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2001 I30 HID Headlight help!!?1?

tkeI30

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Recently purchased a 2001 I30, non touring, and the first thing i need to address is upgrading to HID headlights. Im a little confused about ordering/purchasing the right bulb. Can anyone tell me what size low beam bulb I need???
 

ic_starzz

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Is that something that you really want to do? I have a 2000 i30 t, and the lights look nice and all, but to replace them are really expensive, even used. It's been pretty difficult to find. I'm trying to downgrade if possible.
 

mayur914

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Is that something that you really want to do? I have a 2000 i30 t, and the lights look nice and all, but to replace them are really expensive, even used. It's been pretty difficult to find. I'm trying to downgrade if possible.
Are you sure. Using OEM HID are i guess expensive, but you can go with the aftermarket HID on like ebay and stuff and you can find a good deal. You need the bulbs and ballast really for low beam HID.
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walt101786

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i had a friend that sells HIDs for like $60 only...but see mine was 1999 Infiniti I30 so the bulbs are a bit different from the new one but aftermarket ones are usually cheaper depending if u know the right people
 

tkeI30

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Thanks for the input, i decided ill just stick with silverstar ultras, half the price of most HID kits and still looks/preforms good
 
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