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Polaris Sportsman XP HID Factory Replacement Light Kit for 550/850
Polaris Sportsman XP HID Factory Replacement Light Kit for 550/850
 
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Product Code: XPKIT

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Polaris Factory plug-and-play HID headlight kits. These are direct factory replacement headlight kits for the Polaris Sportsman XP. This 3 light kit will fit any Sportsman using the GE 880/886 series bulb. With this kit you plug into the stock wire harness socket. Plug and play unit. You do not splice stock wiring. This kit is a 3 light kit with standard ballasts for the fenders and a slim ballast for the pod.

CERTIFICATION: E-MARK  AND ISO9001
POWER CONSUMPTION: 35WATTS
VOLTAGE: 85 +/- 17V
LUMINOUS FLUX: 3200
SERVICE LIFE: APPROXIMATELY 3000HOURS
INPUT VOLTAGE: 9V-16V
WORKING CURRENT (Steady state): 3.5 A nom
IGNITION VOLTAGE: 24kV Peak Max, 18kV Peak Min
LAMP FREQUENCY: 450 Hz
Kit includes:

3 bulbs - 6ooo K

3 ballasts

Wire harness Connectors

Installation Instructions

6 month warranty

Average Customer Review: Average Customer Review: 5 of 5 5 of 5 Total Reviews: 8 Write a review.

  0 of 0 people found the following review helpful:
 
5 of 5 Best HID's you can buy October 7, 2013
Reviewer: Dave Heiser from Oconto, WI United States  
I saw these lights on Thor's machine a year or so ago when he came up for a yearly ride we have in Oconto County, WI and I had to have them. Little sceptical at first but bought them anyway. Their easy to install and make riding the trail at night a breeze. They also make you safer on the trail. Lets other riders see you better during the day light hours. Especially during dusty conditions. I highly recommend these HID lights over any others out there. Thor has the best priced and quality HID lights you can buy.

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5 of 5 Amazing product from amazing seller!! May 27, 2013
Reviewer: Gregg Beaulieu from Frenchville, ME United States  
I was nervous about these HID's for my new 2013 Polaris Sportsman 850 H.O Touring LE so I called Thor and I'm glad I did. He gave me great information and explained to me exactly how to install them. Turns out he was right these are seriously easy to install!! Took me 20 minutes for all 3 lights ( POD was 15 minutes of it) and to say these are bright is an understatement.....it's like freakin daylight at your control!! This is the best deal on the net or anywhere for that matter. If you have any doubts just buy these and you'll never regret it. Thor you are the man and I will be back. Fender Flares are next on my list.

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5 of 5 Much better than Halogens!!!! January 17, 2013
Reviewer: SeanE1987 from Canastota, NY United States  
Slim ballasts are well worth the money. Easy to install and they are super bright.

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5 of 5 Great HIDs for the Money and Ease of Install August 30, 2011
Reviewer: Batman from Byhalia, MS United States  
These HIDs are some of the best I seen around.  They install easy and look AWESOME!!!!!!!!!!!  Get the slim ballast, cause the big ballast are gonna give you greif when mounting.  I have a ATV/SXS business and I recommend these HIDs to all my customers that want them.

Great Product and Customer Service Thor!!!!!!!!

Bat Cave Customs Approved!!!!!!!

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4 of 5 Easy To Get Working, But Hard To Install March 29, 2011
Reviewer: UTGreenhead from Hollow Rock, TN United States  
These lights are very easy to get working.  By that, I mean; easy to remove the old bulbs, insert the new HIDs and get plugged in and operational.  It isn't nearly as easy to find a spot for the ballast and volt box.

If you're thinking of getting the thick ballast, you're wasting your time and money IMO.  

I ended up mounting my low beam ballast upside down by securing each of them to a supplied triangle plate.  Then, I mounted the triangle plate to one of the 10mm bolts on the frame on top of the radiator.  You can easily see these when you remove the front rack.  Note: I'm not talking about the bolts that hold the ECU.  The ones I'm talking about are more out to the side, but above the radiator.  Once I tightened the 10mm bolt back up, I folded the triangle bracket down so the ballast were laying flat under the rack (the one on the left actually hits the ECU, but the rack will go back in to place over the top of it).

Would give 5 stars if "install" was easier!

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