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Is the 03-05 35W kit that you posted the link to above bixenon?

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Is the 03-05 35W kit that you posted the link to above bixenon?
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Will the H13 HID kit for the 07 Ram have this warm up delay when I turn on the high beam lighs while I am driving with the low beams on? And when I turn the lights on from the off position, how long is warm up the delay? Thanks

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Honestly though, HID high beams light up the road like no other, however there is the warm up time every time you turn them on cold. Keep that in mind.

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Will the H13 HID kit for the 07 Ram have this warm up delay when I turn on the high beam lighs while I am driving with the low beams on? And when I turn the lights on from the off position, how long is warm up the delay? Thanks
No, no delay when switching low/to high with our BiXenon kits.

Normal warm up time when you first turn the lows on will vary based on available voltage reaching the ballast. 5-10 seconds would be a normal range to reach 80% of maximum output.


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How many people here had to lower the lights because they were getting flashed at night from oncomming traffic, and has anyone checked their lighes on a door or wall at 25 feet before and after installing the HID's to see if the light beam is higher or lower than the stock lights? Thanks

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also can the guys on here who have posted about there installs and had to adjust there headlights tell me which way to turn the screws for adjusting? clockwise = up or down etc... thanks

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How many people here had to lower the lights because they were getting flashed at night from oncomming traffic, and has anyone checked their lighes on a door or wall at 25 feet before and after installing the HID's to see if the light beam is higher or lower than the stock lights? Thanks
Anytime you change bulbs or install an HID conversion, run different suspension heights front to back, or hitch a trailer you should check the aim of the lamps. Adjustments up or down are not uncommon at all.


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Hey I just installed the 9006 in my fogs on my 05 ram and they are extremely bright. Are these the correct ones to be installed for the fogs? Then the 9007 bi for the headlights? thanks
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Upon further reading and research im thinking my fogs should be dipped? Does anyone actually do this with the hid's or just roll with them extremely bright?
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9006s are right for the fogs. Dipped? Nah, get 'em capped, that will help out.


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Cool thanks, how do I go about getting them capped?
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Hey I just installed the 9006 in my fogs on my 05 ram and they are extremely bright. Are these the correct ones to be installed for the fogs? Then the 9007 bi for the headlights? thanks
For a 2005 Ram, the 9006 are the correct bulb type for the fogs, but you probably would want those capped since the fog lamp housings do lack a bulb cover.
For the headlamps, you do want 9007, but be sure to choose from the Dodge Ram specific kits offered for your model year... the standard 9007 kit will not work.


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Thanks for the responses. I ordered these lights back in may but am just getting around to putting them in now. I have the whole HID 55w kit for both the fogs and the headlamps. The 9007 are the specific ones for my dodge with the hi/low combo. I drove around all last night with the fogs on and nobody flashed at me but they are extremely bright. I would not to cap them if possible, is that something I can do myself?
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