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*** HID group buy from WELLDONEHID. Wiper safe. ***

JJ.Foulds May 4, 2014

  1. JJ.Foulds

    JJ.Foulds Well-Known Member

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    So finally here is the group buy for wiper motor safe HID's!
    and safe for ESP A4 problems? (or something like that lol)

    THIS IS NOT A DISCUSSION THREAD, on MOT's, legality, blinding etc.

    This will last 3/4 weeks. So enough time to get your monthly pay cheque in. I have nothing to do with the company but to organise a group buy for the benefit of the members of this forum!

    There are a few different kits to choose from, they produce their own kit which is the cheapest and they also sell a Valeo (made in Europe) and mitsubishi (made in Japan) ballasts with their own wiring kit and their own safe bulbs to plug and play safely. These kits are more OEM quality ballasts which means: a faster start up time, longer lasting, and slightly brighter burning.

    A member of the forum has had one of the WellDoneHID kits in since the start of the year and im sure smurfworth will back up the products. HIS REVIEW IS BELOW.
    http://www.audi-sport.net/vb/a3-s3-sportback-8p-chassis/206299-well-done-hid-review.html

    Note. HID's should be used in projector lenses as to not blind oncoming traffic.


    Here are the prices with and without the 20% discount. (im sure you can all math but i did it anyway)
    Prices may change slightly due to the conversion rate so the £ currency is approx.


    *** PRICES in euro then conversion as of today ***

    1. A38P kit. bulb type 155E £127 -20% -> £101

    2. Europe Valeo kit. 238E £195 -20% -> £156

    3. Japan Mitsubishi kit. 245E £201 - 20% -> £160

    Bulb choices for all kits. H1,, H7, H11, D1S, D2S,

    Colour choice for all kits. 4300k (the colour of natural daylight eg the sun, the normalish yellow,orange colour.)
    or 6000k (which is the ice white colour, eg new merc's and Xenon looks. Tho the OEM kits will make slight yellow)

    Postage is 7Euro which is around £5.70 on top.

    I will be the one updating the 'list' so to not get anything confused. just post in the thread which kit you want and in what colour, and what bulb!
    for eg.

    'JJ.Foulds, Mitsubishi kit H7, 6000k.'

    When the groupbuy ends a coupon code will be sent out to the members from the list.


    So to start the list!!!

    1. JJ.Foulds -> A38P 6000k
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    They also sell the wiper repair service, 55E £45.

    ANY QUESTIONS ABOUT THE PRODUCTS ONLY just ask in this thread, i am in contact with the company so will get back with an answer quickly.


    This is a link to their website and the HID choices.
    Audi A3 - Welldone Lighting


    The orders will be made directly in the website using a Coupon Code.

    1. The product is not endorsed by ASN, and;
    2. The product and company have nothing to do with myself
    3. Any contract is between buyer and seller and ASN or myself hold no liabilities with respect of either.
     
    Last edited: May 5, 2014
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  2. smurfworth

    smurfworth Well-Known Member Audi S3

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    I'll just add, 4 months later and everything still works as it should.
     
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  3. JJ.Foulds

    JJ.Foulds Well-Known Member

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    Also postage outside of EU is 15 euro, for those that asked.
     
  4. Keram

    Keram Active Member

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    A38P kit. H7. 4300k.
     
    Last edited: May 5, 2014
  5. ItsAllGood

    ItsAllGood Member

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    A38p kit.h7.6000k
     
  6. Av4nt

    Av4nt Well-Known Member Team V10 Team Sprint Audi S6 quattro s tronic saloon

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    wiper safe..wtf
     
  7. Keram

    Keram Active Member

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    Wiper motor tend to die when bad HID are installed :)
     
  8. JJ.Foulds

    JJ.Foulds Well-Known Member

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    what bulb please?
     
  9. Keram

    Keram Active Member

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    Sorry! H7.
     
  10. JJ.Foulds

    JJ.Foulds Well-Known Member

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    1. JJ.Foulds -> A38P 6000k H7
    2. keram -> A38P 4300K H7
    3. HenrikMeister -> A38P 6000K H7
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  11. sumerz

    sumerz New Member

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    Do these work with auto lights or does it throw the bulb error?
     
  12. ItsAllGood

    ItsAllGood Member

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    Is it also easy to change from h7 bulb to h11? Or do i need to buy another kit?
     
  13. JJ.Foulds

    JJ.Foulds Well-Known Member

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    Having auto lights will not affect it at all. The HID kit its just like a bulb change, it will not effect anything else.
     
  14. JJ.Foulds

    JJ.Foulds Well-Known Member

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    not sure why you want to change the bulb fitment?

    You would need to change the headlights to have a diffrent fitment, for example i bought after market lights and it changed my full beam from H7 to a H1.

    But all the bulbs work the same just different fitment.
     
  15. ItsAllGood

    ItsAllGood Member

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    Thinking for the fog light, as i am going to do a front converson. Currently h7 but after conversion i need h11 bulbs
     
  16. JJ.Foulds

    JJ.Foulds Well-Known Member

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    In that case just buy the after conversion bulb size, so buy the H11 ready.
     
  17. Av4nt

    Av4nt Well-Known Member Team V10 Team Sprint Audi S6 quattro s tronic saloon

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    oh joy lol Ive just put a kit in... lets hope that doesnt come about
     
  18. JJ.Foulds

    JJ.Foulds Well-Known Member

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    sometime the wiper motors can last some time, but others arnt so lucky.
    hope your a lucky one without a hefty fix! :p
     
  19. welldonehid

    welldonehid Member

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    Seems like you have an Audi A4 B7.
    You will be fine then, the worst problem your car can have from a bad hid is some Radio AM/FM interferences.
    Besides that, you don't need to worry to much.
     
  20. bagger_12

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    A38p 6000k H7 please
     
  21. JJ.Foulds

    JJ.Foulds Well-Known Member

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    1. JJ.Foulds -> A38P 6000k H7
    2. keram -> A38P 4300K H7
    3. HenrikMeister -> A38P 6000K H7
    4. bagger_12 -> A38P 6000k H7
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  22. ftrujillo

    ftrujillo New Member

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    hi guys,
    apart from the 3 xenon kit models from the list, you can ask for another?
    such as WG-04 model?
     
  23. JJ.Foulds

    JJ.Foulds Well-Known Member

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    Yes discount on all HID kits! tell me bulb and colour and il add you to the list, this is so the company can prepare for the order.
     
  24. ftrujillo

    ftrujillo New Member

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    Ok
    I want WG04 H7 6000k
     
  25. bagger_12

    bagger_12 Member

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    How do we go about payment And when should expect to see the kit?
     
  26. Keram

    Keram Active Member

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    Look here: Bulbs - Welldone Lighting. It should be enough just to buy bulbs and change them.
     
  27. JJ.Foulds

    JJ.Foulds Well-Known Member

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    1. JJ.Foulds -> A38P 6000k H7
    2. keram -> A38P 4300K H7
    3. HenrikMeister -> A38P 6000K H7
    4. bagger_12 -> A38P 6000k H7
    5. frujillo -> WG04 6000k H7
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    Payment will be through their website, with a special discount code, and i would expect you to receive the kit a week or so later, as it is traveling through EU.

    You still need the ballasts the run the HID's, so unless he has the pair already. and the new bulb would have to fit the housing already on the car.
     
  28. Dvapower

    Dvapower Member

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    Can they supply H7R bulbs?

    Dave
     
  29. Av4nt

    Av4nt Well-Known Member Team V10 Team Sprint Audi S6 quattro s tronic saloon

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    when you say bad HID are we talknig a knockoff company selling rubbish ones or a decent set just happening to be faulty?
     
  30. JJ.Foulds

    JJ.Foulds Well-Known Member

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    No sorry, the bulbs will still work but are meant for projector housing.
     
  31. JJ.Foulds

    JJ.Foulds Well-Known Member

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    It doesn't matter what HID u get for the A3, they all cause the same problem, it is a one off sort of situation for the A3 that the high voltage needed for electric arc in the bulb kills the motors.
    Its the same interferance that causes problems for the A4 also.

    WellDone's kits do not use highvoltage cables like nearly all others do, and this stops the interferance.
     
  32. Av4nt

    Av4nt Well-Known Member Team V10 Team Sprint Audi S6 quattro s tronic saloon

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    You mean like xenon projectors? I installed H7 bulbs into the halogen housing.
     
  33. welldonehid

    welldonehid Member

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    Our first versions of the A38P HID bulbs were similar to HxR bulbs.
    The results were not so good, so when we updated the bulbs we removed the coating to give a cleaner light cut off.
    Halogen headlights are not designed to fit H7R bulbs nor DxR bulbs...

    As you can see in some users review our H7 bulbs give a really good light cut off even when used in Halogen headlights.

    HALOGEN BULBS
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    HID BULBS
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    Anyway, if you are really worried about using HID bulbs in halogen headlights i would suggest you to try other solutions.

    - Projector headlights (£270-300)
    Xenon headlights Audi A3 - Plug & Play - Welldone Lighting

    - Projector retrofit (£65-80)
    Projectors - Welldone Lighting
     
  34. JJ.Foulds

    JJ.Foulds Well-Known Member

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    Im a little confused. But yes xenons have projector headlights, its the half glass sphere in the headlight which spreads the light. Halogen reflector housings are the large area ones, most have these for fullbeam and most common cars have these as standard.

    H7 is a bulb fitment.
    Projector lense or reflector are headlights
    HID or halogen is type of bulb
     
  35. AdamA38P

    AdamA38P New Member

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    I would like the A38P kit, 6000K, H7

    thanks
     
  36. Dvapower

    Dvapower Member

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    A38P kit, 6000K, H7, two of these please

    Dave
     
  37. JJ.Foulds

    JJ.Foulds Well-Known Member

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    1. JJ.Foulds -> A38P 6000k H7
    2. keram -> A38P 4300K H7
    3. HenrikMeister -> A38P 6000K H7
    4. bagger_12 -> A38P 6000k H7
    5. frujillo -> WG04 6000k H7
    6. Pakaniko -> A38P 6000k H7
    7. AdamA38P -> A38P 6000k H7
    8. Dvapower -> A38P 6000k H7 (2 x kits)
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  38. Keram

    Keram Active Member

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    Looks like most of the people prefer 6000K color temperature. Maybe you can give some reasons why it's more popular than 4300k ? I still have time to change my mind.
     
  39. JJ.Foulds

    JJ.Foulds Well-Known Member

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    well 4300k is the similar colour light colour output to a normal halogen, a bit orangey. this is actually the best light output and its the easiest for humans to see.

    however.

    6000k looks far better from outside and is only a tiny bit less output. its the ice white colour that makes tis popular.

    look at the photo's above, the top one would b a 4300k colour (but obviously brighter with hid) and the bottom would b 6000k.
    4300 is similar to street light on road where as the 6000k isnt.

    hope it helps. youtube thse colours and have a look
     
  40. smurfworth

    smurfworth Well-Known Member Audi S3

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    Incorrect, top one is 5000k diamond vision bulbs bottom is 6000k hid bulb.

    I was also given 4300k bulbs and they are awful to sit behind, you pick out more detail on the road like stones etc with 6000k due to the colour.

    6000k is better for lanes too as you can see oncoming traffics lights in your whiter/bluer light.
     

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