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Got a BiXenon H4 conversion kit from Pilot.

Ready for the operation
We decided to take the light units out to have a little more room. You don't have to do this but it makes it allot easier to install. The bumper has to go of first.

Here one of the Xenon electronic units.

Xenon bulbs are in, Light units and bumper back on, now we have to connect the wires.
With the Pilot Xenon conversion kit it's really easy to connect the wires to the original wires of the car, everything just fits perfectly.

Here the BiXenon light bulb.

Here the difference between Standard, Philips Blue Vision and Xenon lights.


  1. Anonymous said...
    how much did the kit cost?
    Guido said...
    price 285 euro including instalation
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    Anonymous said...
    I'm also thinking about installing xenon bi lights. But for xenon, the dutch law says that new cars, produced after 1 jan 2007, must have automatic vertical niveau arrangment for the lights (that's no problem i think, the car has it) but also headlightwhipers. The headlightwhipers could be a problem. I don't know if they are for sale for the car and i heard that installation is verry expensive. Guido, what do you think about this and do you had any problems with police about the whipers??? By the way, GREAT SITE ;-)
    Guido said...
    My car is from Dec 2006 so no problem for me :-)

    Cleaning/wiper and level adjuster, I know there are kit's which include or have it as an option. Have a look on the Pilot website

    As for the Police, I haven't had any problems, been in several police car checks and no complaints.

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