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Just picked up my '11 today...
Anyone know if the 2010 light sockets are the same on the 2011's. I had them in my 2010 when it was stolen, and am now looking to add them to my 2011...If they aren't the same, where could I get some that'll work?

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Hey Jon,
How do you specify this when you order from them. I just ordered the wrong bulb yesterday since I thought the 2011 was the same as 2010. I order the 880. Now I am going to have to return it and I would love to have the kit that you are referring to.
 

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Perfect
Thanks for the information
 

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LOL Hey Ron, I did the same thing yesterday and last night they shipped.
 

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RZR-S-Cruzer and me just put a set of DDM dual beam HID set on his 2011 RZR-s. It is vey confusing and has alot of wires, nothing like the DDM set I put on my 2010 RZR-s. The dual beam bulb uses a solenoid that makes the bulb push in and out for the different high\low beam angles. The kit will plug into "one" of your factory plugs and the other factory plug doesn't get used. You will also have to run extra power and grounds with the kit. We went directly to the battery with his. The ballast are slim and small and the wire has an additional block on it (no idea what it is) that is about an inch or so square. Be sure to lay it all out and know what your doing before you get started. Good luck with the project.
 

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Isn't there single beam H13 bulbs? I ordered the 880s too. If I get single H13, Im sure I will lose the Hi beam.
 

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RZR-S-Cruzer and me just put a set of DDM dual beam HID set on his 2011 RZR-s. It is vey confusing and has alot of wires, nothing like the DDM set I put on my 2010 RZR-s. The dual beam bulb uses a solenoid that makes the bulb push in and out for the different high\low beam angles. The kit will plug into "one" of your factory plugs and the other factory plug doesn't get used. You will also have to run extra power and grounds with the kit. We went directly to the battery with his. The ballast are slim and small and the wire has an additional block on it (no idea what it is) that is about an inch or so square. Be sure to lay it all out and know what your doing before you get started. Good luck with the project.
What a bummer I was looking foward to an easy install.
 

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Isn't there single beam H13 bulbs? I ordered the 880s too. If I get single H13, Im sure I will lose the Hi beam.
Yes there is an H13 single beam. I installed the H13 dual beam and I still have HI and LO beam and both HI and LO are 55 watt output it just changes the position of the bulb (reflection) as you toggle between Hi and Lo.
 

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is there a big difference over hi and lo? Im sure just the improvement over stock output is gonna be good enuf for me. Im not gonna do a lot of night riding.
 

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The difference between high and low with the HID's is just like the OEM bulbs, just brighter. With the high\low kit, the bulb actually moves in and out about one half inch. I personally don't think it is worth it. I think the single beam was a better way to go.
 

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Sounds like, for all the trouble, you'd be better off putting a set of auxiliary lights or a lightbar on it.
 
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