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so do I need to purchase both Volt HID Digital+ HID Conversion Kits
in order to upgrade my Fogs to HID??
and the price for both is 119??
and I see the chart, but uh..what's the BIG difference between
Volt and Xtreme HID?
is one brighter than the other?
just wanted to make sure before I purchase
Correct me if i'm wrong Steve but the Volt has no harness for the battery and is a direct bolt on to the fog light itself while the Xtreme HID has a harness that you need to connect to the battery?
__________________ 11 RX350 FWD (SGM/Black)
-6K Bixenon and Fogs, Full LED exterior and interior, JDM visors-
-Illuminated door sills, Body Side Mouldings, Mudguards- 09 IS250 RWD (SFP/Black)
-Red outs, 6K Lows & Fogs, Full LED exterior and interior, Illuminated door sills, JUN-TW roof spoiler-
-Sport pedals, JDM visors, Tanabe exhaust, F-sport (shift ****, intake, springs)-
You really cannot go wrong with either kit. It is a question of what your budget is like and whether you want a relay harness or not. If you do not want to spend $175 on an HID kit and do not want a relay harness I would suggest going with the Volt kit.
If you don't mind spending a little more money on a kit that comes with a relay harness and Japanese components then go for the Xtreme kit.
One way or another though, I will reiterate that from a quality standpoint you cannot go wrong with the Volt kit. We wouldn't put our name on it or stand behind the product if we felt that the product was not up to our standards.
The 01 GS uses a 9006 bulb for the low beams meaning that you would need to order a 9006 6500k HID conversion kit found on this page: