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Hi Guys,

I'm after a HID kit for my new Fiesta. It's a H7 bulb and it's for my low beam.

I do want a high/full beam product however HID kits take a while to warm up so flashing people on a HID solution wouldn't be any good haha. Can any link me any alternatives? Again the Full beam is a H7 bulb.

Thanks guys
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BUMP: I was looking at these, are they any good?

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I bought xenons for my 04 mustang and haven't had many problems. I would highly recommend this kit from xenondepot. It's a little bit more but you can't buy cheap kits because the ballasts tend to blow. I haven't had that happen yet with this kit. Here's a link to the H7 ones. I bought the 9007 kit, my car has a dual beam bulb so i had to purchase the bi-xenon bulb style but in your case I would only buy the low beam kit. There's no point in buying xenons for your high beam due to the added cost and the reason you mentioned.

xenondepot.com/H7-HID-Kit-Volt-HI...vdp-h7.htm
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Do the low beams in HID and the high beam in LED. I recommend these 100%!
After buying a few different sets of these I refuse to buy any other type of led bulb. These i truly find the best IMO
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