RayUnited said:HID is not standard on IS250 or 350. Not sure drilling the hole on the cover is a good idea or not. Any suggestions?
Hey buddy, check this out. The kits that i sell now, i noticed on the box the phrase "car cpu reprogramming not required."IMPRIMIS said:How else will you get the rubber cap that hides the hole you have to drill to get the light in the housing?
it is ok believe me
I have done kits in a couple of my cars, and each time drilled the hole, taken the rubber seal and popped it on
Sounds good manInspar8r said:Hey buddy, check this out. The kits that i sell now, i noticed on the box the phrase "car cpu reprogramming not required."
Now, if you were a BMW fan, you'd know that many HID kits will throw "low beam failure" on the check control system. Just found out yesterday that these new ballasts don't throw the code.
Thought i'd let you know about that. I was excited...
As for the install, most kits have the rubber grommet that keeps everything sealed up. For my installs i usually put a bead of silicone in the groove of the rubber grommet just to keep everything really sealed up.
Yes it willIn addition, I am planning to add a tower bar to my car, is there any adverse effect on handling?
You are right, the bi-xenons do come with the adaptive front lighting system.2 JZ-GE said:Excuse my ignorance for I'm not well versed with the new IS250 & IS350 - - but does it not come with Bi-Xenon HID along with the Adaptive Front Lighting System (AFS)??? :blush: