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Any odyclub members with a 2011 Odyssey looking for a deal on an HID kit? Please contact me as we are looking for forum members that are interested in installing our high quality HID Kits. We are looking for a forum member that would be interested in posting up a review of the product in exchange for a discounted price.

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I'd like to install one.
Just got 2011 Touring, Smokey Topaz.
Which kit fits my new ride?
It would look nice in the projector. Would it dissable the high beam?
 

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Hi,

Your vehicle uses an h11 bulb for the low beams meaning that you would need to use an H11 HID conversion kit. Your high beams would not be affected as your vehicle uses a completely separate bulb for the low beams.

Please let me know if you have interest in posting up some feedback/pictures on the board in exchange for a discounted price. I don't have any pictures of our product installed in a 2011 Odyssey however here are some pictures of our Xtreme HID Kit installed in an 2011 Sienna (also OEM halogen projectors):





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XenonDepot said:
Hi,

Your vehicle uses an h11 bulb for the low beams meaning that you would need to use an H11 HID conversion kit. Your high beams would not be affected as your vehicle uses a completely separate bulb for the low beams.

Please let me know if you have interest in posting up some feedback/pictures on the board in exchange for a discounted price. I don't have any pictures of our product installed in a 2011 Odyssey however here are some pictures of our Xtreme HID Kit installed in an 2011 Sienna (also OEM halogen projectors):





Steve
What is the MSRP in Canada for a 2011 Odyssey? Will the lights look and light up the road on low beams as well as the factory system from Honda? Finally, what discount are you offering?
 

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Hi Shazzam,

MSRP on the Xtreme HID kit is $199.99. Odyclub members get the product for $174.99 by using coupon code "OC" upon checkout.

Do you have any experience doing online product review/installation DIY threads?

Would it be possible to give you a call to discuss? If so, please send me a PM with your phone number and I will gladly give you a call.

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XenonDepot said:
Hi Shazzam,

MSRP on the Xtreme HID kit is $199.99. Odyclub members get the product for $174.99 by using coupon code "OC" upon checkout.
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just curious why your units are so much higher than what you can find on amazon and other places? I see prices from $50 to $100 on amazon with good feedback.

how are your kits better? better balasts? better bulbs?

I picked up a touring model and the first thing I will do is a hid conversion. I will do all three- low beam, high beam and fogs. I usually run 6k.

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Hi,

I would rather this post not turn into a commercial post so if you want to find out more information about our product please visit our promo thread (just do a search for "XenonDepot"). In short, it's really easy to leave a review for a product after you install it and it works fine. You can't exactly change reviews 6 months down the road if the product fails on you and the merchant doesn't stand behind the warranty.

Our prices are higher primarily because we pay a premium for the components we use in our products. I can purchase a complete low grade HID kit for less money then I pay for one of my ballasts. While we do have a kit for $199.99 we also have our Volt kit which is $94.99 for OC members.

Our products come backed by a legitimate warranty that is handled through us. An "advertised lifetime warranty" is really only good as long as the vendor you purchase the product from stays in business or stands behind the product. It's very easy to advertise a warranty and high quality service online.. It's a complete other story to actually stand behind it.

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ok, I wasn't trying to be offensive, I was just trying to ask a question without reading your site.

Now that I have looked at your site, I saw the words "japanese quality". Does that mean your parts are made in japan? or are they made in china? I have found that hid conversions from japan to be more expensive than the ones made in china.

Either way, I will be getting my car next week. I will be doing HID to fogs, high and low. I would be willing to take a few pics of the install and give you a write up. How much discount are we talking about?

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Discount depends on what you are looking to do. We already have found a couple of people interested so reviews should be posted shortly. If however you are interested in doing this, please send me a PM and I would be more than happy to give you a call to discuss.

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steve can you address this comment in this threads? I like to get a HID but i dont know if 50w will get to hot

changed from 35W to 50W ballasts, HUGE difference
Just wanted to let everyone know that I bought a 35W HID kit for the car. Initially, I thought the lights were nice, but after comparing them to my stock mercedes, I found them lacking in brightness. I searched on the internet and found a site that sold 50W ballasts. While I was unsure if it would make a difference, I decided to give it a try. All I can say is HUGE difference. Well, at least they now match the brightness of my mercedes.
 

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50W HID kits will offer you approximately 15% more light output however the light output they emit is not necessarily "functional." Many of our customers switch to our 35W HID Kit as they find that 55W HID kits do not have an even light spread and produce additional glare. Furthermore, most HID vendors selling 50W kits use 50W ballasts with 35W bulbs. Overdriving 35W HID bulbs results in the lights burning hotter and premature failure. You will not find an OEM HID set up that uses a 50W system.

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That kit is probably 7 years old. The customer took it out of a previous car and installed in his new car. The bulb that will best match the color would be the Xtreme 6500k.

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Any odyclub members with a 2011 Odyssey looking for a deal on an HID kit? Please contact me as we are looking for forum members that are interested in installing our high quality HID Kits. We are looking for a forum member that would be interested in posting up a review of the product in exchange for a discounted price.

Thanks,

Steve
I would be interested. I just picked up a 2011 Odyssey EX-L.
What Kelvin ratings do you offer.
 
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