With this Lumenis 886 HID Kit, you get all you need to leave those traditional halogens behind and switch to HID lighting.
Whether you have poor eyesight, you want to see more clearly at night, or you fancy making your car look better, choosing HID headlights is a smart alternative to LEDs.
HID lights give you a piercingly clear vision on pitch-black roads.
This 886 HID Kit comes with a Standard Slim 35W DC Ballast.
The brightest bulbs are rated at 6000 kelvin, a bright white.
3,000K 4,300K 6,000K 8,000K 10,000K
Key Benefits of 886 HID Kit
- HIDs are 5 x brighter and last 3 x longer than factory halogen bulbs
- 15-20 minute installation
- 100% plug-and-play
- 5 color options
- 2 x HID bulbs
- 2 x DC ballasts
- Relay/anti-flicker harness (optional)
- Error warning cancellers (optional)
Note: while the relay/anti-flicker harness is optional, we recommend you purchase these options for all cars and trucks.
The relay/anti-flicker lets you run a power source directly from your car battery to your new HID bulbs. You should eliminate any flickering caused by low power from the stock wiring harness.
With the error warning cancellers, you’ll prevent those tiresome error signs that flash up on your dash telling you the lights are out. We strongly recommend error warning cancellers for all cars and trucks.
Cars from these manufacturers are required to have cancellers:
How can you determine which HID headlight conversion kit you need then?
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How To Choose Bulb Color
Bulb color is crucial when you’re shopping for HID conversion kits.
Warmer bulbs from 3000 to 4000 kelvin are perfect if you frequently drive in adverse weather conditions. These bulbs work well in the dust, snow, or rain.
If you mainly drive in clear conditions, bright white light is your best bet. Look for bulbs rated at 6000 kelvin and above.
Here at LED Light Street, we offer HID conversion kits with the following bulb colors:
- Bright white
- Pure white
- Ice blue
- Deep blue
How To Choose Bulb Type
If your headlight has a projector housing, you’ll need a bulb marked D*S.
If your headlight has a reflector housing, you’ll need a bulb marked D*R.
HID kits most commonly use D1S and D2S bulbs for projector housings.
How To Install an HID Conversion Kit
- Remove all components from the box
- Remove the plastic cap on the existing headlights and gently twist the bulb from the fitting
- Screw the new HID bulb in place
- Secure the ballast in the engine bay using sticky pads and cables ties or clips
- You’re ready to hit the road!