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This headlights combo is sick! the preinstall hid made the installation so simple. i like how the 6000k beam is. Thanks
Car looks much better with this Stech Spring. The ride feels much better than stock
If you have a newer vehicle, especially European, you have to spend a little extra money on one of these CANBUS kits. Ive been through several other types of HID kits and my lights would flicker, or one side wouldnt turn on, and I would get the warning light on my dash. As soon as I installed this kit, my problems were gone. I'm very happy with this kit - MUCH brighter than any of the other kits Id previously purchased.
gift for my husband and he loves it. I will definitely shop again. good customer support
Marcus S. - (Staunton, VA)
Super nice fender add on, great quality pieces
very good quality spoiler - body shop said it was easy to put on. I will order my body kit and hood soon! THX
42 reviews 4.5 out of 5 stars