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    Wow, i actually like those. Did you do a walk trough for how you assembled them?

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    thanks! One of my friends does retrofits for a living, he did these for me. I didnt take any pictures but the hardest part is making sure the projector rotation is correct, otherwise your low beam cutoff could be on a weird angle. otherwise you just bake the housings to get the lenses off, and then cut the back of the headlight from the center, slowly opening it up until the projector fits how you want. From there you can either bolt them in or epoxy them into place.

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    I have standard headlights and these fog lamps . Going to cut the front bumper and set them inside of it. Ressesed.

    http://m.ebay.com/itm/Comet-4500-Cle...%257Ciid%253A8
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    Alex wins. Again.

    That light output looks better than the OEM HIDs on my Audi.

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    That is some serious light output.

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    haha thanks guys! Simple retrofit honestly, at least compared to some of the ones out there on newer fancier stuff. Wouldn't be hard to replicate this setup, if anyone wants info just let me know!

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    I would. care to do a build thread and link it here?

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    Has anyone got thoughts on using these as donor housings for a conversion?

    http://www.ebay.com/itm/2pc-7X6-Diam...1YXdMB&vxp=mtr

    I like them because they're glass lenses, with black housings, and they don't have a bunch of extra LED halo BS. I'd hollow them out to install some OEM HIDs I got off a Nissan Altima. It's not really a big risk at $24.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeff V. View Post
    Has anyone got thoughts on using these as donor housings for a conversion?

    http://www.ebay.com/itm/2pc-7X6-Diam...1YXdMB&vxp=mtr

    I like them because they're glass lenses, with black housings, and they don't have a bunch of extra LED halo BS. I'd hollow them out to install some OEM HIDs I got off a Nissan Altima. It's not really a big risk at $24.
    Same as most of the universal diamond cut h4 housings. Probably similar or same as the ones on my truck that I posted on page one. Most are pretty good quality.
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    Dude these are fuckin sick

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    I am still eyeballing a full set of H4's for my Gen 1. So far these seem to be the ones that are going to take my money - https://www.ebay.com/itm/FOUR-4x6-Ha...item3d4edc8001

    The H4's with the black reflectors look kinda cool but I'm not 100% sold on whether or not they would be as effective - https://www.ebay.com/itm/FOUR-4x6-Ha...RZFPJ2&vxp=mtr

    I'll need to modify the wiring loom to adapt the full set of low/high beams - https://www.ebay.com/itm/Headlight-H...BZ8TeM&vxp=mtr

    I know that this particular kit is for one pair of headlights, so the plan is to buy 2 of these kits and add an accessory switch to run the headlights in parallel (I think driving with 4 low beams would make me popular...) I need the relay kits anyway as a PO butchered the headlight wiring loom

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    I have heard the blacked out housings greatly hamper the light output, get the regular chrome backed ones.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DroppedMitsu View Post
    I have heard the blacked out housings greatly hamper the light output, get the regular chrome backed ones.
    Not finding any reviews on the black backed housings but I thought this was probably the case. Thanks Dropped

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    Quote Originally Posted by geezer101 View Post
    Not finding any reviews on the black backed housings but I thought this was probably the case. Thanks Dropped
    Might have even been a member or two on here that said that, but I have for sure read that they are crap.
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    The black "reflectors" will absorb light, not reflect it. So unless the headlights are projectors that don't use the rest of the housing for lighting, they are useless.
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