I have two brand new sets of FET CATZ (Made in Japan) H4 Bulbs. These are rated 80/85w light output. Please be aware that you might need to upgrade the stock wiring.
I bought extra bulbs when I used to own my EP3.
$30 Shipped each pair.
Hey I checked their website and they dont advertise they sell there kits anymore and offering refunds. Is there anybody that still sells these kits. I am getting an HID system (good quality) and I know Xenondepot is the shit, I was curious if anybody knew about Catz HIDs. Thanks!
OK, I want that serious light output plus rallish look without being to gaudy. What do you all think about the rsx with the CATZ MSC light kit?
Any pics? Any other high quality lights you might suggest?
These pictures should give you a good comparison between the Halo Projector with 6000k H3 CATZ HID and the stock OEM headlamp with 5500k H1. I got the Halo's from xvision.com from NY.. It took about 6 days for delivery.... they fit just like stock...I got the HID from visualdynamics.ca... really...
My HIDS and Headlights
I'm deciding between the CATZ 5000K or 6000K. Which one do you think is better? The 5000K is blueish white and 6000K is purplish white.
I need your opinion ASAP cuz I'm ordering them today or tomorrow.
I had a busy weekend of work on my RSX, lots of modifications to the lighting on the car.
The custom color matched hedlights were sent out to an auto shop for the work, they've been waiting in the garage for a couple weeks for the HID's to arrive.
The HID's are CATZ 5500K kit, many thanks to...
I’ve done a lot of research for hids and am certain that these have to be the highest quality retrofit kits there are on the market. I decided to go to the only place that carries these in Canada- Visualdynamics.ca rather than go through the hastle of buying them from a place in the US(ie: duty...
I just got a set of CATZ H1 bulbs installed. My friend raicia311 (white type S) has them installed on his car and I loved the way they looked. They are much brighter than stock and give off a blue tinge. Definately a worthy purchase if you don't want to fork out the cash for real HIDs.
Okay, I've been using Catz Galaxy Whites about 6 months now and the look of them has not faded away one bit. For about $45 a pair, the bulbs are really good if you want that HID-look, but the intensity of the light has been bothering me and I can't see anything in the rain so I decided to give...