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JeTTTstream Automotive Technologies
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GROUP BUY ALERT

Guys and Gals, we are now offering Super Slim Ballast HID HEADLIGHT CONVERSION KITS!

I need 10 orders to make this pricing, I would like to close this first offer Jan. 2, 2009

Headlights and foglights are very easy to install!!

We get these direct from the manufacturer! These kits are very high quality!

TBSS, lows = 9006, fogs = 880

However all sizes and colors are available**!!!!

SINGLE BEAM 35Watt KIT W/ SUPER SLIM BALLAST - MSRP: $139.99
OUR PRICE: $119.99 ($20 off!) SHIPPED!
and take an EXTRA $10 off when ordering 2 kits (save $50!)!

and don't forget the RELAY HARNESS! - MSRP$20.00
OUR PRICE: $10.00 SHIPPED FREE with purchase of kit!

and finally: 18 month warranty!


35Watt SUPER SLIM (2 Bulb) HID KIT INCLUDES:
  • (2) HID BULBS and WIRING
  • (2) SUPER SLIM HID BALLAST
  • MOUNTING SCREWS
Ballast Specifications:
  • Vin: DC9~18V
  • Pout: 35W+-0.5W
  • Vout range: AC70~160V 350Hz
  • Low cold start current: 4.0A (@Vin of DC13.2V)
  • Working Temp.: -40C~105C
Ballast Features:
  • Ultra long lifespan: 5000hrs
  • Equipped with DSP chip
  • Wider range of voltage output
  • Highly integrated printed circuit board with only 70 components and parts
  • Ultra compact size: 82.4x60.5x14.0mm

RELAY HARNESS ($10.00)- includes everything you need to power HID KIT directly from the battery!

Available bulb styles:
Single beam Kit (H1, H3, H4, H7, H8, H9, H10, H11, H13, 9004, 9005, 9006, 9007, 880, 881)

Telescopic/swing H/L Kit (H4-3, H13-3, 9004-3, 9007-3)***



**Some bulbs temperatures (colors) such as 3000K are extra ($5.00)
Usual temperatures are: (4300k, 5000k, 6000k, 8000k, 10000k, 12000k) see below for more.

***Telescopic kit = add $25.00 to 35w KIT, however, HIGH/LOW RELAY HARNESS INCLUDED!

Please PM me for questions or if you want to sign up.

You can also post below and I will contact you.

When you post please use the following format:

name, bulb style, color(temp), qty, relay harness yes or no (included in high/low kits)?

ex:
jetttstream, 9006, 5000k, 1, yes

if you need (2) kits, just do it in two lines

ex:
jetttstream, 9006, 5000k, 1, yes
jetttstream, 880, 5000k, 1, yes

Thanks!
-Mike

Some Pics:



5000K, not pictured but is available and what I run in my truck!


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Great HID kit installed mine :)

Great Guy here and a great HID kit. I didnt have any problems installing them in my fogs very pleased with the out put of these lights.
here are some pics.








 

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I know this is a little late, but what are the prices now? i am looking for a set of slim for my 05 tb ext headlight and possibly fogs thanks for any info :thumbsup:
 

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JeTTTstream Automotive Technologies
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I know this is a little late, but what are the prices now? i am looking for a set of slim for my 05 tb ext headlight and possibly fogs thanks for any info :thumbsup:
I had been waiting to update my posts--just got editing capabilities.

However, the price is still as listed! We had such a great turn out with the group buy we've been able to hold the pricing at 99.99 + ship per each kit.

We can even supply the 9006 DRL module offered from v-leds.com for 10.00

Thanks for the interest. You can order directly off of our site at www.jetttstream.com => go to automotive technologies

Thanks!

-Mike
 

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The price on the website of 109,99$ shipped, does that include shipping to Canada? Using US Postal Service of course.
 

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JeTTTstream Automotive Technologies
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Sorry, no it doesn't

However, I'm in the middle of quoting shipping for another Canadian gentleman, actually.

I will post up Canada shipping soon.

Did you have a suggestion like using USPS? I typically use fedex for int'l shipping.

-Mike
 

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I usually always use USPS, since it is cheaper, takes about the same amount of time ( maybe a tad bit longer) and you don't have to pay their 40$+ brokerage fees.
 

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One other thing. I didn't see any option on the site for buying only replacement bulbs. Is that something you guys offer, or only full kits?
 

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JeTTTstream Automotive Technologies
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One other thing. I didn't see any option on the site for buying only replacement bulbs. Is that something you guys offer, or only full kits?
Yes we sell the bulbs, ballasts, and relay harnesses too.

They're not on the site yet, but just have been updating it as much as possible lately.

Thanks!
-Mike
 

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I am looking to install HID's in my TB I was wondering what bulb size I need? Also I am not sure which way to hook them up or how to do it lol.:confused:
I looked at the article on here but am very confused. Ideally I would like to run my OEM low beams and the HID in the high beam at the same time I like the look of that. PLEASE HELP!!!!
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Hey Mike :thumbsup:

Thanks for all your help with this kit, fast shipping and being an all around customer service specialist :tiphat

NEWS FLASH - Holy crap ..... tracking says that they will be delivered Friday ..... could that be correct OMG I'm going out of town arrrgh! Install next week :yes: (Stay calm Billy):excited:



I LOVE these things!

Hey how come I could edit this now ...... anyway I picked up the kit and installed it all by myself. I downloaded the helpful detailed instructions from the website!:thumbsup: (yes I was a brave little man and did my very first, oh so virgin, HID install)
 

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Hey jettt
My headlight bulbs finally went out, so i am going to be getting an HID kit. I have a 2002 trailblazer and i am wondering exactly everything i am going to need off your website for the install. thankss
 

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Hey jettt
My headlight bulbs finally went out, so i am going to be getting an HID kit. I have a 2002 trailblazer and i am wondering exactly everything i am going to need off your website for the install. thankss
well first you must decide what you want to do about the DRL's if you want them totally gone they sell a drl modifier or member tblazed sells the DRL killer if you want to keep them and run them at 100% power during the day(this is what i did) they sell a DRL module that plugs inline with the relay harness. once you decide that you need the relay harness and the kit which included the blubs/ballists/ and some small mounting hardware. hardest part is picking what color you want; most people go with 6000k; very white with a small hint of blue. the lower the number the higher the light output but the less blue and more yellow; I have 5000k in mine and love it; but it does have a very slight hint of yellow but still nothing like stock. have fun choosing:bonk:
 

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Why would you want a 55W kit and not a 35W kit? Both my kits are 35W and pretty much everyone else I see that has them runs the 35W kit. Just curious.
 

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I don't believe they come in 55w thats only stock if I'm not mistaken these actually use less energy but are a lot brighter
 

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I figure if im going to get HIDs i might aswell get the brightest ones i can get, the 55w ones are 40% brighter then the 35w alternatives
 
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