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Old 25th February 2009, 21:38   #391
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Guys, its a 6000k. Box says 4000k.

I am very impressed with the light. Videos wil be up soon by nutcrank aka sankar.
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Old 25th February 2009, 22:12   #392
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Guys, its a 6000k. Box says 4000k.

I am very impressed with the light. Videos wil be up soon by nutcrank aka sankar.
The inside box says it's 6000k. But i wish if they had the 4300k in stock. I'm very happy with the build quality of this kit, the HID bulbs look really well made, and it came with all sorts of screws, and cable ties, and ballast clamps (which i dint use). Here are few more photos.

* Pic1 is of the bulb base, it has got just enough clearance.
My Karizma Mods & Ideas!-dsc00817.jpg

My Karizma Mods & Ideas!-dsc00816.jpg

* Pic 3 is low beam.
My Karizma Mods & Ideas!-dsc00814.jpg

* Pic 4 is high beam.
My Karizma Mods & Ideas!-dsc00815.jpg

I forgot to mention this, the kit came with a spare set of HID bulb shields. They have supplied a set of tiny screws for this shield, any idea what this additional shield is for?
My Karizma Mods & Ideas!-dsc00802.jpg

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Great going! Finally I think we have a good HIT kit available in india
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I did the HID conversion on my Karizma. Specs are: Philips 6000k, HiLo, 35W.
much wanted/awaited detailed information!

how much it costs.
(two bulbs ,was it car hid kit?)
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Might not be entirely correct but, is good for reference.....
http://spreadsheets.google.com/ccc?k...Lef4E6eg&hl=en
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Old 5th March 2009, 21:34   #396
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Great going! Finally I think we have a good HIT kit available in india
Yep, i got lucky to get a good quality HID kit for reasonable rate.

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much wanted/awaited detailed information!

how much it costs.
(two bulbs ,was it car hid kit?)
Thanks mate.
The kit cost me 9.5k. It is a car kit, it can be separated for use in two bikes if need be, but that will necessitate a bit of cutting the wires.

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Might not be entirely correct but, is good for reference.....
http://spreadsheets.google.com/ccc?k...Lef4E6eg&hl=en
That's a nice spreadsheet
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OK, anyone know if the CRF230's ECU is a direct fit on the Karizma? Or did HH get into the act and f**k something up? I am really considering getting a CRF230 chip if it will fit.

Anyone done this yet?

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It will not fit mate.
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You should have got 4300 K . Also doesn't 9K expensive , when you can a pair for 4 K or some thing . Fit a additional fog lamp on the handle bar or on leg guard and put hid in it . ZMA can take 2 HIDs with eaze , you should be ready to rock and roll on highway while touring . No body dares to come head on .
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4300k was not available locally and not the Philips kit. I'm mulling over installing the second HID in the avenger headlight and mounting it next to the engine.
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The head light looks good. Congrats!!

Did you go for the car kit as HID kit is not available for bikes? I want to know if car kit is the only option while upgrading to HID in bike.

Between, Is your avtar picture the badge for Sports variant of Hyundai i10? I hope there is a good news.

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Thanks Shamil! The headlight is really good eventhough it's 6000k, once fully warmed there is almost nil bluishness in the beam that fall on the road. I went for a good hi/lo car kit since the bike kits available locally dint look too good in built Q. I have heard that bike kits are avilable for like 2k.

Yep it's the i10 Sportz badge


Update: Bike now running beautifully well with the TM32 carb Running on an undisturbed, perfectly set setup since two weeks. I have switched between the stock carb and this carb few times back to back and there IS a very considerable difference in performance with the TM32.

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It will not fit mate.
Man, really? Can you post up a picture of the Karizma ECU? I will compare it with the CRF and see if there is a chance. Would be a nice mod if it works!
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Yep it will not work. CRF has an AC CDi and Karizma has a DC CDI.
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Yep it will not work. CRF has an AC CDi and Karizma has a DC CDI.
Man, that sucks. Here is the CRF chip for reference anyway:

eBay Motors: crf230,crf 230,CI760A,cdi,ignitor,ecu,ecm,brain (item 400002569485 end time May-13-09 12:30:58 PDT)
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