: Top PSI Performance DDM HID Kit! $150 shipped!!



Top PSI Performance
07-12-07, 08:20 PM
The special will be on our DDM Advanced Kits. They feature ultra-slim ballasts and complete plug-and-play functionality.

The DDM HID conversion kit is the perfect kit for people that want the advantadges that HID can offer but want the smallest ballasts available. This kit offers great performace, easy install, advanced circuitry and takes little space under the hood. And yes, a Lifetime warranty is available (select option below).

These are of identical construction of our Katsuro kits that so many on this forum use and love. Package the reliability and functionality of our Katsuro kits and offer it cheaper whether with a 1 year or lifetime warranty, and you've got yourselves one hell of a deal!

Noteworthy Features:

- Smallest ballasts available for the easiest placement possible under the hood.
- Completely Plug and Play: Connect the included harness from the battery to the ballasts, plug your headlight connectors into the ballasts and insert the bulbs into your headlights!
- 1 year warranty (Lifetime warranty option available)
- Fits into existing headlights or foglights
- All hardware and installation instructions included

Kit Includes:

- 2 Xenon-Charged Bulbs
- 2 HID Ballasts
- 2 Wiring Harnesses & Connectors
- 1 Harness to get power from your car's battery (optional)
- Heavy Duty Double-Sided tape for easy mounting of the ballasts
- Detailed Instructions

http://www.xenonexpert.com/images/ddm2.jpg
http://www.xenonexpert.com/images/ddm_comparo2.jpg

Color Temperature:

3000k (golden yellow)
4500k (crystal white)
5000k (diamond white)
6000k (diamond blue)
8000k (deep blue)
10000k (light purple)
12000k (violet purple)
17000k (dark dark dark "blurple")

http://img232.imageshack.us/img232/608/hidcharthm0.png

Sizes:

H1
H3
H4
H4 Hi/Lo (+$70.00)
H6
H6M
H7
H8
H9
H10
H11
H13
H13 Hi/Lo (+$70.00)
9004
9004 Hi/Lo (+$70.00)
9005
9006
9007
9007 Hi/Lo (+$70.00)
880
D2S (+$10.00)
D2R (+$10.00)

Pricing:

$150 shipped per set w/ 1 yr warranty (plus additional options for different bulb types)
$200 shipped per set w/ lifetime warranty (plus additional options for different bulb types)

Group Buy Terms:

1) No limit to orders needing to be recieved. Orders are processed the day the are recieved and are shipped within 24 hours (on business days).
2) Prices are good no matter what.
3) No limit to order amounts.
4) Group buy is good July 12, 2007 through August 13, 2007. An extention is possible if there is enough interest.

Order your set(s) today! (http://www.toppsi.com/product_info.php?products_id=152&osCsid=7sh6f3lvar960k9je1njgk8kk7)

Thanks!

Mark
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nikon
07-13-07, 09:51 AM
Do you offer any D1S bulbs?

Top PSI Performance
07-13-07, 12:20 PM
Do you offer any D1S bulbs?

To replace current HID bulbs? We do offer those. Let me know which color you would like and your zip code and I'd get you a price including shipping.

Thanks!

Mark
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ATeeZy
07-13-07, 05:06 PM
Mark,

I've been wanting to get an HID setup for my car for a while now. I just don't know what to get, there's so many options. Most people seem to go with the 8000k setup. I want mine to obv. look like an HID setup but want it to have the stock colors (which I believe is 4300k). Am I looking for 4500k or 5000k then? What confuses me is that people shy away from the 4500-5000k and they go with the 8000k, is there a specific reason or are they just going for color?

It's just one of those things for me that the deeper I look into it the more I can't make up my mind.

rblimas
07-14-07, 12:07 AM
Mark,

I've been wanting to get an HID setup for my car for a while now. I just don't know what to get, there's so many options. Most people seem to go with the 8000k setup. I want mine to obv. look like an HID setup but want it to have the stock colors (which I believe is 4300k). Am I looking for 4500k or 5000k then? What confuses me is that people shy away from the 4500-5000k and they go with the 8000k, is there a specific reason or are they just going for color?

It's just one of those things for me that the deeper I look into it the more I can't make up my mind.

the reason people go with 8000K is for the color. the lower the K the brighter:D

Top PSI Performance
07-14-07, 12:25 AM
the reason people go with 8000K is for the color. the lower the K the brighter:D

Correct. 4300-4500k (most OEM setups) have the brightest output. The reason people go with higher kelvins (or lower in the case of 3000k yellow HID fogs) is for a change in color to suit their preferred look. I, myself, have 8000k low beams for the nice deep blue look.

Thanks!

Mark
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GT!
07-14-07, 01:06 PM
Is the correct bulb for the CTS (with standard factory halogen lights) Type 9006 (HB4)?

Is everything I need included? I ask because the "Noteworthy Features" section says to connect the included harness from the battery to the ballasts, but the "Kit Includes" section says that the harness to get power from the battery is optional.

Are the installation instructions available online somewhere, or is it really that simple that I shouldn't be worried? I'm not looking for a project that will take all day.

Also trying to decide between 6000 and 8000K. My 2003 CTS is blue if that makes any difference.

Thanks!

-GT

Top PSI Performance
07-14-07, 01:30 PM
Is the correct bulb for the CTS (with standard factory halogen lights) Type 9006 (HB4)?

Is everything I need included? I ask because the "Noteworthy Features" section says to connect the included harness from the battery to the ballasts, but the "Kit Includes" section says that the harness to get power from the battery is optional.

Are the installation instructions available online somewhere, or is it really that simple that I shouldn't be worried? I'm not looking for a project that will take all day.

Also trying to decide between 6000 and 8000K. My 2003 CTS is blue if that makes any difference.

Thanks!

-GT

GT,

Where it says it takes battery power it is meant that it draws from the stock bulb socket where your old bulb plugs into. The harness is optional for primarily older cars with a weaker electrical system. Installing these is straightforward and it comes with instructions. I'm sure you are aware you must remove your bumper to install new bulbs (which takes 30 mins approximately as I helped Coma install his) but getting the HID setup plugged in takes about 5-10 mins tops. It is really simple and if you would like help throughout the process, I would be glad to give you our number to reach us for technical support.

As for color temperature, it is purely preference. The 6000k will yield a LITTLE more distance than an 8000k kit, although the 8000k does give you a more blueish color (reference the chart on the first post here). The 6000k is more of a diamond white with a slight blue tint.

Thanks!

Mark
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GT!
07-14-07, 04:01 PM
GT,

Where it says it takes battery power it is meant that it draws from the stock bulb socket where your old bulb plugs into. The harness is optional for primarily older cars with a weaker electrical system. Installing these is straightforward and it comes with instructions. I'm sure you are aware you must remove your bumper to install new bulbs (which takes 30 mins approximately as I helped Coma install his) but getting the HID setup plugged in takes about 5-10 mins tops. It is really simple and if you would like help throughout the process, I would be glad to give you our number to reach us for technical support.

As for color temperature, it is purely preference. The 6000k will yield a LITTLE more distance than an 8000k kit, although the 8000k does give you a more blueish color (reference the chart on the first post here). The 6000k is more of a diamond white with a slight blue tint.

Thanks!

Mark
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Thanks Mark.

No I wasn't aware I had to remove the bumper, but I was starting to suspect as much (looked at the FAQ just after posting). Doesn't look too bad, I'm willing to do that since the rest sounds like a breeze.

You didn't answer my question re. the bulb type for a CTS.

How much extra is shipping to Canada (J0P 1H0)?

-GT

Top PSI Performance
07-14-07, 05:27 PM
Thanks Mark.

No I wasn't aware I had to remove the bumper, but I was starting to suspect as much (looked at the FAQ just after posting). Doesn't look too bad, I'm willing to do that since the rest sounds like a breeze.

You didn't answer my question re. the bulb type for a CTS.

How much extra is shipping to Canada (J0P 1H0)?

-GT

GT,

Sorry about that. Yes, the bulb type you do need is 9006 (HB4). Shipping to Canada is $5 extra which you can send in a 2nd payment through PayPal or call me to pay by phone for the whole thing, if you would so wish.

Thanks!

Mark
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jjsocrazy
07-24-07, 12:19 PM
I would actually like to purchase a pair for my headlights. Also I would get it with the year warranty. Would the crystal white look good for my headlights since I have the 8000k for my fogs? Or should I get the same 8000k to match my fogs? Also is the crystal white purely white or hinted with a slight light blue? I only have the halogen and I would like to make them brighter.

Thanks!

Top PSI Performance
07-24-07, 11:52 PM
I would actually like to purchase a pair for my headlights. Also I would get it with the year warranty. Would the crystal white look good for my headlights since I have the 8000k for my fogs? Or should I get the same 8000k to match my fogs? Also is the crystal white purely white or hinted with a slight light blue? I only have the halogen and I would like to make them brighter.

Thanks!

Jjsocrazy,

4500k (crystal white) is pretty much just white. If you want a hint of blue, I'd get 5000k (diamond white).

Thanks!

Mark
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1stcts
07-25-07, 11:45 AM
Question....I have a 04 with stock halogean and I want to upgrade to hid...I've looked at my friends 300 C and he upgraded to 8K and it lokks great but I don't want the lights to look TOOOO blue so what would you suggest. I know a lot of people are getting the 8k. Also how much for the low, and fog lights, and what type of lights would be good for all the other front/corner lights? Thanks

vseries
08-02-07, 01:14 AM
So on a V what would be the best color to match the oem HID's for fogs.

pryce5
08-09-07, 04:30 PM
Hello MarK,

I am also very interested in a H.I.D. conversion kit. I have a '03 CTS color: wht diamond. I just want the brighter output, 5000k sounds good! How do I go about purchasing a kit? And do you have something for the fog lights also?
Thx
Pryce

jjsocrazy
08-14-07, 11:47 AM
I have tried to get in touch with you Top PSI and you haven't replied, I hope I will recieve them within the couple of days.

Thanks!

Joseph

gerhard911
08-21-07, 05:29 PM
Hey jj,

What happened to your other thread ? I had some info you really ought to have.

Lord Cadillac
08-21-07, 05:47 PM
JJs discussion was deleted at his request. His situation has been resolved. Top PSI delivered the ordered product overnight at no additional charge...

Top PSI Performance
08-29-07, 11:32 PM
Hey guys, if there is any additional interest, just post or shoot me PMs and I'll keep the deal alive for you guys until I otherwise decide.

Thanks!

Mark
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rb92gt
09-19-07, 11:11 PM
I'm interested in the fog upgrade. How difficult (or easy) is the install for the fog upgrade? Thanks!