Rivaled: A long standing debate in the automotive aftermarket...Morimoto, or Hylux ballasts? Often regarded as the "other" great in the HID lighting industry; Hylux has been building reputable parts for about as long as we can remember.
Standards: The Hylux 2A88 EU-Spec Canbus ballasts produce an industry-standard 35w of power which typically provides around 3200 lumens on a quality 4300K Bulb. They will accept a 9-16V range for input and will power all HID bulbs with industry-standard AMP connectors.
Convenient: They are compact and can fit most anywhere under the hood. No need to worry about moisture intrusion, as their shell is completely water resistant and the circuitry inside is protected by potting.
Powerful:Their powerful igniters are also capable of quick re-strikes without fail. Well designed circuitry and igniter setup results in a relatively fast warm up time for the HID bulbs when powered by a Hylux ballast, but without requiring much power.
CanBus Capable: The 2A88 has an integrated error canceler on the input line, making them compatible with most European vehicles without any extra gear required to cancel "lamp out" errors.
Backed: By a full Three-Year warranty from the manufacture, you know they're putting their money where their mouth is. If these ballasts fail under warranty, you're covered!
Confidence: Order with confidence when purchasing through our website. The products offered have been thoroughly tested to make sure they meet our strict quality standards to ensure the best reliability and performance. We always provide honest feedback on products and helpful tips for any project due to our extensive experience with all makes and models. We offer competitive pricing, fast shipping, and the latest and greatest products from the top manufacturers. Contact us today with any questions; you won’t regret it!
Customer Reviews (1)
- Direct Plug-in on 2016 Jeep CherokeeReview by BA
These ballasts are excellent for avoiding having to plug in resistors that get super hot to avoid upsetting the canbus system. But these seem to be of great quality right on par with Morimoto XB35s. Speaking of Morimoto:
Pros/Cons compared to Morimoto ballasts:
Pros: quiet operation, sleek design, integrated canbus error cancellor
Cons: harder to mount, lesser warranty (not by much), integrated igniters (versus replaceable), integrated AMP connectors (versus D2S/AMP capable), non-braided shielding on wires
I'll update later with an extended review since I only installed these this week but they seem to be pretty good so far. And excellent customer service from Lightwerkz as well. (Posted on 2/16/2017)