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The MIGO Racing Xenon HID Kit is a revolutionary concept in automotive lighting that provides 3 times more light on the road than traditional
Each light uses a tube of Xenon gas, and small amounts of other noble gases, which is placed between two high-voltage electrodes. When the electrodes
are activated a bright blue/white light is emitted. MIGO Racing Technology ballasts are used to regulate the flow of electricity providing a high
intensity beam that never fluctuates. MIGO Racing ballast use internal igniter technology similar to Hella or Philips made in Germany. Our HID bulbs are
produced according to rigorous patent standards.The life time of H.I.D. bulbs is 8 times that of a halogen bulb.
The MIGO Racing Hid Xenon Kit produces 9% more lumens at the same color temperature than most famous German hid kits on the market.
Advantages of The MIGO Racing A Xenon HID Kit:
Saves Power: HID Xenon lights consume only 35W of electricity making them over 3 times more efficient than traditional halogen bulbs.
Longer Life : The Omega HID Kit lasts over 4,000 hours over 8 times more than OEM halogen bulbs.All our HID KITS have 1 years warranty !
Safety :MIGO Racing HID Xenon bulbs have an increased brightness of 300% (over traditional halogen bulbs) adding an extra margin of safety.
Appearance : Attractive, the HID Kit produces comfortable light which is very close to the natural light emitted by the sun. It makes everything
easier to see at night.
Choose between :
3500K (Gold Yellow)
4250K (o.e.m.color / white with yellowish color)
6000K (Pure White - Blueish) Most Popular * Always in stock
8000K (Purple White)
10000K (Pure Blue)
Installation of The Xenon MIGO Racing HID Kit
Traditional halogen bulbs such as H1,H3,H4,H7,H11,9004,9005,9006 and 9007 are easily upgraded to our HID Xenon Kit with no additional equipment. Everything
needed is included in the HID Xenon kit ! The most advanced lighting technology is now available for all late model cars and trucks. We also produce D2S/D2R
oem type of H.I.D. bulbs to upgrade from factory 4250K to 6000K.
Omega HID FAQ
How HID Technology works ?
Xenon HID lamps do not have a filament. Instead the light is created by an electrical discharge between two electrodes in an air tight tiny quartz capsule
filled with xenon gas, mercury and metal halide salts. This improves durability as road vibrations can cause damage to coil lighting technologies. These
light sources also produce a blue-white light that is safer because it is closer to natural daylight. The color temperature is approximately 6000K compared
to 3200K for halogen. The increased light output from a 35 watt Xenon HID Lamp is approximately 80% more light then a 55 watt halogen bulb. The Xenon HID
system will also draw less power from your vehicles electrical system.
Why was Xenon Light developed ?
For more safety on our roads. In the past decade, car manufacturers have made cars safer and more comfortable by the introduction of A.B.S., air bags, air
conditioning, etc. But still, no less that 60% of all traffic accidents take place in poorly light conditions. Therefore, lighting greatly contributes actively
to road safety and comfort
Why is good quality car lighting so important ?
Because it saves lives. Better lighting leads to earlier and improved recognition of objects, cyclists, pedestrians, road workers, etc. Earlier and improved
recognition of traffic signs and road markings is also vitally important to accident prevention. Therefore, better lighting delivers an active contribution
to road safety and driver comfort, and can save lives.
What is Kelvin (K) ?
Color Temperature is a measurement in Degrees Kelvin that indicates the hue of a specific type of light source. Many people believe the misconception that colour
temperature is a rating of the brightness of the bulb or Hid kit . This belief is completely false. The reality of the matter is that the higher the colour
temperature, the less useable light output you will obtain. A perfect example would be a black light. This light has a colour temperature of approx 14,000k and has
almost no useable light or lumens output. Higher K kits such as 12,000k, 14000k, etc. have been manufactured for individuals that are more concerned about the
actual colour output of their lights as opposed to the actual useable light output.