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I just bought a set of Infiniti G20 P11 Primera Kouki front Headlights to replace the stock single headlights on my US model 1999 G20. Does anyone out there know what changes I'll need to make?
The supplier of course says they'll fit and what I've seen so far here is that they will. I'm just not sure of the wiring and the whole installation thing. Is there any detail info out there concerning this conversion?
Thanks to anyone that can help.
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Pretty simple. The jdm and usdm connectors are different though. So it just takes some wire splicing. Do you plan on using the usdm corners or did you get corners with your duals? If you plan on using the usdm corners it takes slight modiication. Also, there are several informational threads about duals and installation guides.
 

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it's three wires to wire them up (one ground, one for your regular lights, and one for your high beam). i recommend grabbing some of these to keep it clean and just in case you decide to swap your stock headlights back in for whatever reason.
 

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it's three wires to wire them up (one ground, one for your regular lights, and one for your high beam). i recommend grabbing some of these to keep it clean and just in case you decide to swap your stock headlights back in for whatever reason.
But if using an aftermarket HID kit for the duals then would you still use the h4 harness connector and this harness?: http://www.ddmtuning.com/Products/HID-Kit-Wiring-Harness
 

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You can also use a 350z factory matsushita ballast assembly if you have the factory hid duals (xenon etched on glass). I had to modify some brackets cause the matsushita was a bit too wide on the mounting but it actually sat on the dual housing pretty nicely. So I have my ballast mounted on my duals and yes you would have to straighten some sheet metal under the hood but not too bad of an install.

Ballast assm.
http://item.mobileweb.ebay.com/viewitem?sbk=1&nav=SEARCH&itemId=230810159781

Harness to ballast connector
http://item.mobileweb.ebay.com/viewitem?sbk=1&nav=SEARCH&itemId=130952563558

Relay harness
http://item.mobileweb.ebay.com/viewitem?sbk=1&nav=SEARCH&itemId=321051019466


Heres my car(pic #3 &#4):
http://www.g20.net/forum/showthread.php?127602-DONE!!!-with-one-and-more-to-come
 

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But if using an aftermarket HID kit for the duals then would you still use the h4 harness connector and this harness?: http://www.ddmtuning.com/Products/HID-Kit-Wiring-Harness
I would use the h4 harness regardless just because it's cleaner and there's not much wire to work with down there in case you need to swap back or you goof up somehow. that other harness that you linked should come with your hid kit. mine did anyway.
 

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Any HID kit recommendations for non-xenon duals? I might pull the trigger and get some aftermarket HIDs. Looking for stock specs and something that will be clean to install (i.e. work with the above H4 harness)

I am guessing JDM duals require an H1 HID kit and since the P11 is H4 from the factory, the harness is needed. Right?

Also - which temperature is the stock JDM xenon duals? I don't want to exceed since I won't be retrofitting a projector and I don't want the beam to be blinding or sloppy.

Thanks!
 

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Any HID kit recommendations for non-xenon duals? I might pull the trigger and get some aftermarket HIDs. Looking for stock specs and something that will be clean to install (i.e. work with the above H4 harness)

I am guessing JDM duals require an H1 HID kit and since the P11 is H4 from the factory, the harness is needed. Right?

Also - which temperature is the stock JDM xenon duals? I don't want to exceed since I won't be retrofitting a projector and I don't want the beam to be blinding or sloppy.

Thanks!
you want an h1 kit with either 5 or 6k temp. you also want to get the h4 harness for the reasons I mentioned above. otherwise you will need to cut and splice.
 
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