If you are like many senior members of society who are looking for discount Christmas lights then you have come to the right place. In this article I am going to teach you how to build your own HID Kits. So why do I buy them? Well simple really, I like to have something different. That's all I want you to know.

So, as I said before we all need different things. For example I like to use HID low beams with my son rather than the regular high beams, we always seem to play better with the low beams. In this article I am going to teach you how to make your own HID low beams and get a discount on them. If you can make more light and more heat out of 35w than from 55w then I just buy you a ticket to whatever the lowest member rate is at the time you are signing up.

To make your own HID Kit Bulbs, you first need to buy some of the new LED headlight kits. These go by many names like hid projector bulbs, led headlight kits, or simply led headlight kits. Once you have bought your LED bulb, you then need to buy some Styrofoam. And Styrofoam comes in different colors so you should be able to pick out which color you want your light to be before you order. And last but not least you should have some black construction paper handy.

To make your bulbs, you need to take some wire and wrap it around a Phillips head screw. You then bend the wire to form a loop then carefully insert the wire in the loop. Once you have done this carefully close up the loop and snip off one end of the wire. Then you should put the other half of the wire on the inside of the Styrofoam cup and cut it to fit. If you don't know how to do this, you should call a professional so that you don't damage your led headlight kits.

The next thing you need to do is to find some old pairs of prescription glasses. This will be useful for putting your lenses on. And you will also need some clear plastic wrap to make a protective box that will protect the wires from getting dirty and to keep them clean. Next you should power up your work area and put your lenses inside the plastic bag. You should follow the same steps as you did when you were putting the prescription glasses on.

Finally you should connect the wires to the leads that you saw in the first part of this article. You will probably need to use a soldering iron if your HID kit bulbs don't come with wires to connect them. That's all you will have to do now, the rest is simple stuff.