Installed a DDM 55 Watt 4500K Slim Ballast HID Kit to replace the OEM 35 watt HID system. It took me about 2.5 hours. The hardest thing was getting the OEM ballast out. They have very weird Hex screws... likely some security feature or something. The 55 watt HID kit aren't as bright as I wished they would be but they are still brighter. This kit provides more of true white color rather then a faded blue like my old OEM HID bulbs.
Also got a set of 3000k H7 type bulbs from DDM Tuning which I will install in the fogs. My plan was to us the old OEM Ballast, but that plan was going to require too much wiring for my liking. So when funds are available I will get another set of DDM slim ballast HID kit, but it will be the 35watt instead of the current 55 watt.
Finished installing Lamin-x Covers on my fog lights. I went with the gun-smoke tint which makes the fog light fade in with the surrounding lower bumper grill. No changes in light output that I can notice.
Well I have discovered that I have two cracked rims. The front driver side rim and the the full sized spare rim. I went to Achtuning and got a new rim for $200. As for right now I will just have to run around with no spare until I can get another rim.
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