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HID headlamps & off road llights, pics.

12-03-2003, 06:18 PM
Here are some pic's of a HID conversion kit, installs in about 15 min, light output is three times brighter and a cool 6000K color.

The offroad lamps have the ballast inside the housing for a clean look, I bought these as a kit, I had to paint, (Matching the body color), assemble etc. It was very time consuming but it was worth it, the lights are the brightest I have ever seen, w/a 35W HID bulb.

Tha same lights from Hella are $700 eachand the ballast mounts outside,
my lights are half that.

Also some pic's of a dual electric fan.
:) http://imageevent.com/alexsocal/hummerpics?n=0

12-04-2003, 07:49 AM
Now were talking! :) very very nice job! ultra cool! flick those on when someone is hi-beaming you! LOL

12-04-2003, 10:26 PM
I already did! He will never flash highs on a H2 again! :party

12-05-2003, 08:00 AM
ROFL! That rocks! he must have thought the local sports arena was driving straight at him! LOL

12-05-2003, 11:07 AM
The offroad lamps where did you get them at


12-05-2003, 08:04 PM
I got them from Jen @ http://suvlights.com/

Pretty cool guy, knows a lot about High Intensity Discharge.
Ended upgrading lights on all my cars, he even sold me a HID flashlight for camping that has the intensity of a searchlight..

He has lots of different styles most already assembled, I bought the kit because I wanted to paint them to match my H2 and have the ballast inside the housing, I paid about $450 per pair, beats the $700 a piece for the Hellas.

12-05-2003, 10:04 PM
thank you for the info but you know the candle power the offroad lamps are

but a HID flashlight or led you got pic:smash

12-06-2003, 08:08 AM

Is that kit have Hi/lo beam capability or low beam only?

12-06-2003, 08:39 AM
Hey Alex,

Very cool!!

Where did you get the headlight kit?




12-06-2003, 10:36 PM
The retrofit HID kit is low beam only I got it from the same guy Jen @ suv lights, it was about $350 for everything, he also has a low beam/high beam set that is DOT approved but the light color isn't as violet/bluish, they are 3 times brighter than halogen though.

They are working in a projector Hi/Low HID kit for the H2 I saw the prototype and it has a very good light spread and the cutoff line is amazing ( no blinding oncomming cars).I'm waiting when they become available

As for the candlepower I have no clue, maybe Jen knows, but I can guarantee ,you have not seen brighter lights, (the Baja guys use these lights).

He also told me that he now has a 50W bulb/ballast that is 30% brighter but I have not seen them, I doubt you will need more lumens or candlepower than 4 of this lights!

hey Tony! I know what you are thinking " a real HID bulb in a flashlight", well I thought the same thing and now I carry a 35W automotive bulb on my trips, this light is so powerful and it has focus for spot or wide.
I must warn you that it took me a week to convince him to sell it, it was his personal flashlight, I don't know if you can buy it anywhere since police and military use it. here is a pic.http://imageevent.com/alexsocal/hummerpics?p=20&n=1&m=24&c=4&l=0&w=4&s=0&z=2

Also check out this guy his red H1 with more equipment than a Humvee. check out the lights, they are the same ones I have before painting. http://www.redhummer.com/mods/

12-07-2003, 10:23 PM
wow pimp flashlight i like that



12-09-2003, 12:27 AM
Originally posted by AlexSoCal
Here are some pic's of a HID conversion kit, installs in about 15 min, light output is three times brighter and a cool 6000K color.

Also some pic's of a dual electric fan.
:) http://imageevent.com/alexsocal/hummerpics?n=0

Very nice! I did a Hella bi-xenon retrofit and love them!
Do you have any night PICS or a PIC with your lights shining against a gargage or wall?
I would like to see the beam pattern.

12-09-2003, 09:00 PM
Beam pattern is exactly as stock since I'm using the stock headlamp reflector, the only upgrade is the light bulb, color of light & intensity, I lost high beam, but I rarely use it anyway, if I need more light flip a switch and have a lot more light than my high beams would give me.

I hope this helps.