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I'm planning to buy Aurion stock HID to install on my camry but I'm not sure if it can be installed on my car. Two bulbs and two ballasts cost $950 on the whole. Perhaps some Australian members can give me advice. Any ideas?
 

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I'm planning to buy Aurion stock HID to install on my camry but I'm not sure if it can be installed on my car. Two bulbs and two ballasts cost $950 on the whole. Perhaps some Australian members can give me advice. Any ideas?

For $950:eek:
 

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What hell no, I wouldn't pay that just cause they are stock, just my 2 cents
 

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Do you have the Aurion or do you have a Camry like ours? Chances are the bulbs won't fit, and what you just described is what is included in a basic HID kit that you can buy here for $300-$450.
 

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the camrys uses h7globes, but the housing of the h7s are connected to some other stuff, the aurion hids uses ds2globes fit. our highbeams are 9006 and foggies are h11, so we use different things.
 

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the camrys uses h7globes, but the housing of the h7s are connected to some other stuff, the aurion hids uses ds2globes fit. our highbeams are 9006 and foggies are h11, so we use different things.
So you still wouldn't be able to use the Aurion HID's as a plug 'n play kit, you would need to do a projector retrofit in order to make them work.
 
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I'm going to buy toyota hids made for camry from akumma for $585. Thanks everyone.
 

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This is the dumbest HID thread I've seen in a long time.

Without a retrofit, there is no "good option." The fact remains is that you still have the stock halogen projectors. It doesn't matter which HIDs you get. Its stupid to waste so much money on a kit. For $585, you can do a complete retrofit.
 

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This is the dumbest HID thread I've seen in a long time.

Without a retrofit, there is no "good option." The fact remains is that you still have the stock halogen projectors. It doesn't matter which HIDs you get. Its stupid to waste so much money on a kit. For $585, you can do a complete retrofit.
The Master has spoken. That's why I'm getting my retrofit from JSM1284.
 

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+1 on retrofit.

Incase you are still wanting to go this route, you can buy H7 to D2S adapters. With the H7 adapters, the HID bulbs will correctly stay at the focus points and provide the correct beam pattern.





 

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The Master has spoken. That's why I'm getting my retrofit from JSM1284.
Good man. :) JSM provides a good product. Hats off to him.
 

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This is the dumbest HID thread I've seen in a long time.

Without a retrofit, there is no "good option." The fact remains is that you still have the stock halogen projectors. It doesn't matter which HIDs you get. Its stupid to waste so much money on a kit. For $585, you can do a complete retrofit.
Where do I order this retro kit from?
 

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You can find the whole 'kit' or package (projectors, ballasts, burners, shrouds, and relay harness) on HIDplanet.com and maybe even Ebay.
That or make your own. Most people who retrofit create their own setup. Ballasts, bulbs, relay harnesses, and projectors are all independent of each other.
 
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