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
Zenex HID Ballast Inspection/Taken Apart5
out of 5