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    Can anybody know where can i get the HID for bikes (Not heavy 70cc or 125cc) or they are the same as cars. Just simple modifications, or something different.
    WHAT IS THE COLOR OF THE HID IN 2nd PIC Called in Local Market.
    Do post any relevent Info.
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    i have also seen HID's on 125's pretty common now
    they got really cheap or something ?
    Life is short and very unpredictable just like a Quarter mile .....

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    in lahore its easily available and cheap you can get that modification in 300 - 400. not a big deal.

    But new models of honda are using plastic beams which can melt down coz of the heat of HID. so you will have to get an older 1992 model beam from Bilal Gunj which was a steel reflector and mirror front. with that it may cost you upto 1000.
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    i think it should produce less heat than the helogen bulb/tubes, people have put in their headlights. but still to prevent burning/melting, we can use new rectangular beam instead of old round beam that might not look better on new bike.

    @adildar
    sir can u tell me from where it is available in lahore for 400-500, coz i checked it in market that was more than 5000...

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    tigerride

    yar we are not talking about HID in a car 5000 is too much. Contact M. Irfan. Shop No 41. LDA Market, Canal Park near Canal Bridge Jail Road, Lahore. Cell No 0300-4646577 & 0321-4224231.

    U know light of CD 100 is too low i contacted him he did the miracle by changing the beam and now its got a great light. it cost me only 650 Rs. Current beam is a second hand beam taken from an old heavy bike its got a halogen lamp.

    All other electricians told me that i will have to get its coils re done, which meant tampering with the genuine ones. this guy didnt tamper with anything and did his job.

    go to him he will guide & an alter your bike properly without damaging the origional things. He is master of the trade.
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    @adildar

    thanks bhai ji, i will do cantact and visit here.

    just tell me one thing whether it can be powered directly from battery or not...........

    i have bought some LED's and trying to make them abot be like headlight...........

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    i hope you realise that purple lights (above 10000k) have NO visibility. try finding something in the 6000K mark.
    1. A car is only worth what someone is willing to pay for it, 2. Resale wont save your life in an accident, 3. Genius has limits, stupidity has none, 4. Never argue with an idiot, they will bring you down to their level & beat you with experience, 5. Growing old beats the alternative -- dying young! 6. انّا للہ و انّا الیہ راجعون

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    tigerride

    yes heardlight can be powered directly from battery like GS series. but you need to have a heavier battery. Second i am not sure LEDs will work properly in headlight, but u can check that also from the person i told you about. (he is basically a heavy bike electrician) but also do these alterations. He wont disappoint you in any regard, Neither in his fee

    He switched some wires clips of my bike and now it doesnt need to go to higher RPMs to generate good headlight. it gains a good beam at 2 - 3 RPM and then remains constant after that, it also prevents bulb failure. i got that alteration some six months ago. He installed a Halogen Lamp commonly known as (tube) and its working fine ever since. no change of bulb after that.

    Han LEDs in back(tail) light is a good idea i am also looking for time to change tail light bulb of my CD 100 into LEDs will show you guys results when i do that.

    (if you visit him give him my salam and tell him that its from the guys who got his CD 100's light altered from you, and he is very satisfied with the results. I moved to gujranwala after that and had no chance to inform him about the results. This way he will be attentative to you also
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    why...and why on the earth would you want HIDs on your bike ?...especially on a cd70 or 125 ?
    >>Time Doesnt Heal Wounds...A Kawasaki ZX-6R does <<

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    As STORM suggested, kindly take a look at the below link for details on colors of HIDs.
    https://www.pakwheels.com/forumreply_az_TopicID!67803~ForumID!9~pw.html
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