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Installation of HID LIGHTS

I would like to know the maximum intensity of HID lights that I can install in a 2004 mazda 6 car.

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Normally it depends which state you drive in. some allow only a maximum of 65/55watts. its illegal to have very powerful lights at least where I come from.

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