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    Default Group buy on CUSTOM HID KITS, 1 more kit needed for this order.

    Please PM me for orders and changes to an existing order. I just don't want to miss anyone.

    The cost is $130 shipped to your door . If you live in the state of Texas, there is a 8.25% sales tax fee. PM me with your Pay Pal email address and which bulb you want with any options. They will send you an invoice through Pay Pal. We need to submit 8 orders to get the group pricing.

    Upgrades and options:
    Extra bulb $50
    Digital ballast $20

    Shipping to Canada is $18 priority or $24 Express with a $3 insurance option.
    Shipping to Australia is $40 Express including insurance.
    As of 4/22/08


    The difference between the ballasts:
    The digital ballast are a third of the size and draw less current. They also do not have any flickering that you may see with the standard ballast. They are much more stable. Also makes putting the headlight assembly back together much easier.
    Rob
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    www.aandrmotorsport.com

    The install link is http://www.aandrmotorsport.com/2006_...tructions.html Minus the ground wire.
    If you have any questions you can email or contact Rob at at [email protected] . Tell him your from the M109R group.

    It fits in the R2 model.
    The picture below is where all of the components where placed.




    The kit will come with the following:

    1 H4 Hi/Lo H.I.D Bulb, in 4300k (3100Lm), 6000k (2900Lm), 8000k (2600Lm) , 10000k (2300Lm), 12000k (2100Lm).

    1 Ballast
    1 Custom Wiring Harness with relay and circuit protection module

    The kit comes with a 1 year warranty.

    The 4300 has a slight yellow tint to it.
    The 6000 has like an ice blue tint to it. The more you go up the bluer/purpler you get.
    It is a HUGE difference in lighting!!!

    This is a 6000 bulb VS the stock H4 bulb.

    Notice the stock light is pointed more towards the camera to.



    Here's my crappy cell phone pictures. 4300K bulb with the digital ballast.






    Pictures of the 8000 bulb



    A 6000k Vs 8000k



    A 10000 bulb vs stock




    A 12000 bulb
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    I think that would look pretty cool. I might be interested if the price is reasonable... which $140 actually sounds almost TOOO good. I saw a Ford F-350 Dually the other night with HID headlights and driving lights. Those were the whitest headlights I've seen yet. Not sure what Kelvin rating they were, but they were almost a pure white. None of that blue look like you see on others. They really stood out and caught your attention. I think something that white and bright on a bike will be an excellent safety upgrade.
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    Default Re: Group buying power on a PLUG & PLAY HID headlight system.

    Quote Originally Posted by Medic1210
    I think that would look pretty cool. I might be interested if the price is reasonable... which $140 actually sounds almost TOOO good. I saw a Ford F-350 Dually the other night with HID headlights and driving lights. Those were the whitest headlights I've seen yet. Not sure what Kelvin rating they were, but they were almost a pure white. None of that blue look like you see on others. They really stood out and caught your attention. I think something that white and bright on a bike will be an excellent safety upgrade.
    I agree, that's why I'm doing this. Everything should be HID now. Are you in if I close the deal?
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    Default Re: Group buying power on a PLUG & PLAY HID headlight system.

    Quote Originally Posted by rynosback
    I'm looking at making a deal with this company that makes HID kits. I'm shooting to get at $140 or less shipped to your door. Well, continental US. I'm sure for a little more it could be shipped anywhere. Anyways, if you are interested let me know. The more people I can get, the less expensive it will be. The kit will come with the following:

    1 H4 Hi/Lo H.I.D Bulb, in 4300k, 6000k, or 8000k, 10000k, 12000k.
    1 Ballast
    1 Custom Wiring Harness with relay and circuit protection module


    I'm between the 4300k and 6000k

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    How much do they normally cost?
    Do they run any hotter than a regular bulb?

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    Default Re: Group buying power on a PLUG & PLAY HID headlight system.

    They run cooler and take about half the voltage. I would think these kits would run about $180-$380 plus shipping.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rynosback
    I agree, that's why I'm doing this. Everything should be HID now. Are you in if I close the deal?
    I would love to give a definite yes, but with the Asheville trip coming up right around the corner, and a family vacation coming up not too far after that, I can't say for sure. If you get more people interested, and post a final price, I'll be able to evaluate my current finances and make a decision.
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    Default Re: Group buying power on a PLUG & PLAY HID headlight system.

    Quote Originally Posted by rynosback
    I'm looking at making a deal with this company that makes HID kits. I'm shooting to get at $140 or less shipped to your door. Well, continental US. I'm sure for a little more it could be shipped anywhere. Anyways, if you are interested let me know. The more people I can get, the less expensive it will be. The kit will come with the following:

    1 H4 Hi/Lo H.I.D Bulb, in 4300k, 6000k, or 8000k, 10000k, 12000k.
    3100Lm 2900Lm 2600Lm 2300Lm 2100Lm
    1 Ballast
    1 Custom Wiring Harness with relay and circuit protection module


    I'm between the 4300k and 6000k From what I understand the stock bulb it like 700Lm's

    1. rynosback, Ryan
    2.BillyD
    3.
    4.
    5.
    6.
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    Count me in also!

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    Default Re: Group buying power on a PLUG & PLAY HID headlight system.

    I am on the fence with this one. Is it still $140 or the $180 to $300? I'll watch this thread closely and see what develops before I commit. Will the kit be truly Plug & Play?

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    If its a reasonable price I'm in.
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    Sign me up for one if the deal goes through...giving the quality is as good as the more expensive ones.

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    Default Re: Group buying power on a PLUG & PLAY HID headlight system.

    Someone was selling a kit like this for the 9 on ebay for $180 US ($198 CDN)

    2006-07 Suzuki Boulevard M109 R Custom HID Kit
    Free shipping within Continental U.S / Hi/Low beam kit

    http://cgi.ebay.ca/2006-07-Suzuki-Bo...QQcmdZViewItem


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    Default Re: Group buying power on a PLUG & PLAY HID headlight system.

    Put me on the list too.

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    Default Re: Group buying power on a PLUG & PLAY HID headlight system.

    I'm in

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    Default Re: Group buying power on a PLUG & PLAY HID headlight system.

    If it will fit with the air horn under the headlight cowl Im in

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    Default Re: Group buying power on a PLUG & PLAY HID headlight system.

    So the HID setup is a whiter bulb, but does it improve the riders visibility at night? (Not the ability to be seen, but the ability to see)

    I'm running the Silverstars which are fairly good, but I could definately use a brighter, wider beamed, further reaching headlight!

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    Default Re: Group buying power on a PLUG & PLAY HID headlight system.

    An HID kit is typically brighter than just changing the headlight bulb out. It is cooler, uses less power, lasts longer, and is brighter thus all the other things in the kit.
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    Default Re: Group buying power on a PLUG & PLAY HID headlight system.

    Are you trying to do this with A&R Motorsports on Ebay? Most are generic HID kits. They have specific instructions for the M109R. I like that.
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    Default Re: Group buying power on a PLUG & PLAY HID headlight system.

    I have some experience with these as i have them in my truck and car. The lower the number the whiter the light. as the number climbs the light gets bluer till it hit a blue/purple at the top. also the higher you get the less light output there actually is (visible to the human eye that is). So 4300-6000 will have the most light output. I have 4300s in my truck and they actually are really white. 6000 have just a tint of light blue.

    Here is an example of a color chart http://www.delonixradar.com.au/images/HID_poster.jpg

    Another useful article http://www.hidfoglight.com/customerS.../why6000k.html

    You can put me down for a 6000 kit
    What brand of bulbs and ballasts are they selling us?
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    Default Re: Group buying power on a PLUG & PLAY HID headlight system.

    Hey, I'd be interested in this as well. I'm not a for sure but definately interested. I was just looking at the ones on E-bay the other day but couldn't merit spending almost $200 on it.



    Probably 4300-6000

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    Default Re: Group buying power on a PLUG & PLAY HID headlight system.

    Quote Originally Posted by rynosback
    I'm looking at making a deal with this company that makes HID kits. I'm shooting to get at $140 or less shipped to your door. Well, continental US. I'm sure for a little more it could be shipped anywhere. Anyways, if you are interested let me know. The more people I can get, the less expensive it will be. The kit will come with the following:

    1 H4 Hi/Lo H.I.D Bulb, in 4300k, 6000k, or 8000k, 10000k, 12000k.
    3100Lm 2900Lm 2600Lm 2300Lm 2100Lm
    1 Ballast
    1 Custom Wiring Harness with relay and circuit protection module


    I'm between the 4300k and 6000k From what I understand the stock bulb it like 700Lm's

    1. rynosback, Ryan
    2.chubrocka
    3.
    4.
    5.
    6.
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    Default Re: Group buying power on a PLUG & PLAY HID headlight system.

    Ok here is the updated list
    Please choose temperature of bulb you are wanting

    1. rynosback, Ryan 4300 - 6000
    2. Medic 1210 temp? - maybe
    3. MrBillyD temp?
    4. cw_m109r temp?
    5. M109LE temp?
    6. slowpoke387 temp?
    7. jn109r temp?
    8. Alien109 temp? - if it will fit with his horn
    9. chevyguy_72 6000
    10. Joshua_109 temp?
    11. chubrocka temp?
    12.
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    14.
    15.

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    Default Re: Group buying power on a PLUG & PLAY HID headlight system.

    Ok here is the updated list
    Please choose temperature of bulb you are wanting

    1. rynosback, Ryan 4300 - 6000
    2. Medic 1210 temp? - maybe
    3. MrBillyD temp?
    4. cw_m109r temp?
    5. M109LE temp?
    6. slowpoke387 temp?
    7. jn109r temp?
    8. Alien109 temp? - if it will fit with his horn
    9. chevyguy_72 6000
    10. Joshua_109 temp?
    11. chubrocka temp?
    12. z109r 4300
    13.
    14.
    15. Doing major housework, I'll need advance notice on when the money is needed, but am definitely interested in a good system.

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    FOR UNDER 200 ID BE IN

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    Quote Originally Posted by z109r
    Ok here is the updated list
    Please choose temperature of bulb you are wanting

    1. rynosback, Ryan 4300 - 6000
    2. Medic 1210 temp? - maybe
    3. MrBillyD temp? 4300
    4. cw_m109r temp?
    5. M109LE temp?
    6. slowpoke387 temp?
    7. jn109r temp?
    8. Alien109 temp? - if it will fit with his horn
    9. chevyguy_72 6000
    10. Joshua_109 temp?
    11. chubrocka temp?
    12. z109r 4300
    13.
    14.
    15. Doing major housework, I'll need advance notice on when the money is needed, but am definitely interested in a good system.
    4300 please

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    I'm very interested in this but would like to know a final price and is the 5000 avialible or only 4300 and 6000 Thanks.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JUtah
    So the HID setup is a whiter bulb, but does it improve the riders visibility at night? (Not the ability to be seen, but the ability to see)

    I'm running the Silverstars which are fairly good, but I could definately use a brighter, wider beamed, further reaching headlight!
    Here's a good website I found. There is a demo on this page that you scroll over each color to see how it looks, and how it compares to regular halogen. This company looks pretty good actually.

    http://www.xtralights.com/index.asp?...FRI7ZQodHgtYyg

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    Default Re: Group buying power on a PLUG & PLAY HID headlight system.

    Thanks Medic... checking it out now...

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    Default Re: Group buying power on a PLUG & PLAY HID headlight system.

    Here's a place in Canada that sells the conversion kit for $149.99 US and apparently has FREE 2-Day shipping US/Canada.

    http://www.cqlight.ca/product_info.p...products_id=90


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    Default Re: Group buying power on a PLUG & PLAY HID headlight system.

    Quote Originally Posted by toneout
    I am on the fence with this one. Is it still $140 or the $180 to $300? I'll watch this thread closely and see what develops before I commit. Will the kit be truly Plug & Play?
    I have gotten him to $150, I'm sure I can get him to $140, maybe less.
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    Default Re: Group buying power on a PLUG & PLAY HID headlight system.

    Quote Originally Posted by sboden
    Are you trying to do this with A&R Motorsports on Ebay? Most are generic HID kits. They have specific instructions for the M109R. I like that.
    Yes, that's one of the people I'm dealing with.
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