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I'm in the Ashburn Area and need someone to install my DDM Tuning HIDs on my 2008 r6. I will pay some money to whoever wants can do it because shops want a crazy amount to install them. I'm not very good at these things so I prefer not to do it myself. Installer must have experience with installing HIDs. PM me if your up for it.

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I'm in the Ashburn Area and need someone to install my DDM Tuning HIDs on my 2008 r6. I will pay some money to whoever wants can do it because shops want a crazy amount to install them. I'm not very good at these things so I prefer not to do it myself. Installer must have experience with installing HIDs. PM me if your up for it.

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If you're going dual 55W, GET A RELAY HARNESS. Or build your own, es muy easio.
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If you're going dual 55W, GET A RELAY HARNESS. Or build your own, es muy easio.
Hmm....for what Bobby? I put high and low 55s on my bike without a harness and they seem to work just fine.


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Hmm....for what Bobby? I put high and low 55s on my bike without a harness and they seem to work just fine.
Could "blink" your ballasts when you startup.... the startup draw might shorten the ballasts life. Lifetime warranty but still pulling em out and sending in for replacments is a POS

Maybe dem dere fancy jarpanese bikes don't need no relays!

You might not but I was told by everyone to use them cuz if the startup draw takes more power than your battery can handle and your ballasts have to reignite, it will shorten their lifespan.
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"i prefer not to do it myself" part. I know its not that hard and ive already sifted through forums and youtube, but like i said, i prefer not to do it myself. I have the 35w kit.

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Hey like i said on the R6 forums I can help out. Should be very easy and we could get it done in 10-15min.
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Hey like i said on the R6 forums I can help out. Should be very easy and we could get it done in 10-15min.
You'll need some heatshrink, hair dryer/heat gun, maybe a soldering iron or wire connectors, from my experience
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You'll need some heatshrink, hair dryer/heat gun, maybe a soldering iron or wire connectors, from my experience
Got all that stuff for my job already.
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