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Actually just found out about the DDMTuning, would rather get those. Going to be using the 4300k 35w kit. Is a relay harness needed?
 

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Fairly Easy

It is pretty easy.Just remember that it is best to wire for the low beam. Unplug the connector to the bulb for the low beam and match up the positive and negative terminals. secure with electrical tape and you are halfway there.
I recall that there is a writeup somewhere on the board.
When you're installing the bulbs remember that you will need some heat resistant plastic shims to make up for that spacer on the original bulb.
 

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Decided to scrap the DDM's and go for the Morimoto's.
 

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Ok just got my Morimoto kit in, however it uses relays, so where is a good place to tap 30A of power without running a power cable from the battery?

 

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They're in, going to take some more pictures tonight. The quality of the kit is awesome though.

 

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There is power in the front fuse boxes. You have to splice the line that goes into them.
 

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There is power in the front fuse boxes. You have to splice the line that goes into them.
Yeah, the plug on the HID harness fit perfectly into a spot along the main power rail.
 

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Loving the 4300K, looks OEM, and not that annoying ricey blue B)

 
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