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no offense but they are all bad options. For real HIDs you need to have a retrofit kit installed. HIDs are designed to use a projector, no a reflector housing. If you ever pass someone on the road with HIDs in their stock reflector housings, you just get blinded by the light. They are brighter but not proper.
Proper HIDs need a projectors and they have a nice level cutoff and a wide field of view. If you want "good" headlights, its going to cost you $800 for a retrofit.
I agree with you but also if people would properly aim them that would help a ton. I have the "wrong hid" kit in my truck as in there not retrofitted and I aimed mine and not once have I been flashed or someone complain about my lights. and I can see perfect while driving. so technically you don't have to spend the 800 bucks to get good lighting. is it the proper way to do it? yes. but will I do it? no I don't see them being 740 dollars better.
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