YES, do not buy the bulbs. The fakes are tinted to simulate the HID look but pull more wattage to compensate for the tinting making it dimmer. Buy the REAL thing! The HID KITS NOT bulbs. 2002 R6s uses H4 bulbs and 2003 R6s uses H7 bulbs. So when buying a REAL HID kit that plugs and play you need to know what bulb type you have.stoneloco808 said:you guys need to make sure this is compatible with the stock unit. i bought a pair like these for my car. i wish didnt. the bulbs for some reason ran hotter. my car had daytime running lights also. this item ended up melting the wiring harness and the chrome plating in my headlight assembly started to melt and bubble. i replaced the bulbs for the stock unit, headlight assemblies and the wiring harness. never had a problem since.
as for me i like the illumination of these type of bulbs. but i will not buy a pair.
holy crap! 300-400 for a new headlight kit? screw that!DarkR6 said:No nO nono....scroll down further and you'll see the REAL HID KITS for around $300 and $400 for the Bi-Xenon (hi and lo beam). I'm waiting on a friend to get an account with them before I tell any news about discounts :mrgreen:
the-new-guy said:yeah it tells you not to run the fake HID blue looking bulbs if you have DRL's cause for one thing the bulb won't last near as long and it draws to much wattage constantly