Zenex HID Ballast Inspection/Taken Apart




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Mason Gilbert: That's not rubber, and its purpose is not electrical isolation ("insulation"). It's epoxy sealant, and it's there to make the ballast impervious to both vibration and water. I am impressed, though. Look, if you're going to pose as some sort of "authority" on HID products on youtube, you really should have known this.

Jon F: i have a McCulloch kit since 2010 and 1 ballast finally gave out so saw the Zenex on Amazon for under $25 so we'll see what happens

DanielRichards644: I picked up a pair of these ballasts off amazon for 40 bucks, couldn't do a whole kit because I needed a D2S bulb which was only available from Morimoto but I've been running them about 3 weeks now (since I finally gathered the rest of the materials I needed to complete the retrofit) and they seam damn good for the money if you ask me.

Tim Caprito: Have you installed it on your car? I don't have projector covers or whatever you want to call it, but i was thinking of aiming my headlights lower than FORD recommends. I would think that wouldn't blind oncommming traffic as much. With the brightness I got (8000k Iceburg), I wouldn't see a problem with brightness then. Do you think this would work. I have an 03 ford taurus

sulii ff: Do you recommend to buy this product or not
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Mason Gilbert: That's not rubber, and its purpose is not electrical isolation ("insulation"). It's epoxy sealant, and it's there to make the ballast impervious to both vibration and water. I am impressed, though. Look, if you're going to pose as some sort of "authority" on HID products on youtube, you really should have known this.
Melvin The Goat: kk thx
conde mateo: I also bought this for my renters and they smelled like poo. 
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Fitty Trent: Great job Brandon and Mitch!!!!
Wei Dennis: My Seagate 3T HD (ST3000DM001) died two weeks ago with the same click/rattling noise after just 3 years of use. This was sold as an external HD where an enclosure was around outside. Very normal use, no drop or similar event happened but just stopped working. I sent it to one of the trustable data recovery firm in town for a free evaluation and their tech called me and said something desperately. Based on their past experience, this specific model has very high failure rate and low data recovery rate (15%~20%). Most likely it's a head damage. He suggest me to try Seagate data recovery service to figure out the real reason of the failure but don't put too much hope on the recovery.

Zenex HID Ballast Inspection/Taken Apart