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Old 04-18-2011, 09:41 AM
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Choosing the right lights

So after all my reading its obvious retrofitting is the way to go. I dont want to get pulled over, not trying to blind anyone but I do like the color of 5000-6000. Hate on them if you must, I can take it.

Is this a good option or am I looking in the wrong place? Bi-xenon: Morimoto Mini (H1) - HID Projectors from The Retrofit Source Inc

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So after all my reading its obvious retrofitting is the way to go. I dont want to get pulled over, not trying to blind anyone but I do like the color of 5000-6000. Hate on them if you must, I can take it.

Is this a good option or am I looking in the wrong place? Bi-xenon: Morimoto Mini (H1) - HID Projectors from The Retrofit Source Inc
I wouldn't, I heard bad things with Bi-xenon, causing electrical problems. This came from my dad who has had them in 3 cars now, including his vette, go ccfls or LEDs.
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So after all my reading its obvious retrofitting is the way to go. I dont want to get pulled over, not trying to blind anyone but I do like the color of 5000-6000. Hate on them if you must, I can take it.

Is this a good option or am I looking in the wrong place? Bi-xenon: Morimoto Mini (H1) - HID Projectors from The Retrofit Source Inc
Thank you for doing HID's right and not blinding people I did bi-xenon retros with the FX-R projectors that are at the theretrofitsource.com. Thats what id recommend.
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Thank you for doing HID's right and not blinding people I did bi-xenon retros with the FX-R projectors that are at the theretrofitsource.com. Thats what id recommend.
What shroud did you go with? Are there angel eyes worth it?
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What shroud did you go with? Are there angel eyes worth it?
i did the e46 shroud. i personally dont like angel eyes so i didnt do them. im doing custom led drls much like mercedez and porsche have.
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Are you wanting to do them yourself? If not, u can pm prelude1897. He does retrofits for a ton of ppl. And from what ive seen, he does a very very good job on them
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Are you wanting to do them yourself? If not, u can pm prelude1897. He does retrofits for a ton of ppl. And from what ive seen, he does a very very good job on them
I 2nd that. He did my retros and did a awesome job. exceeded my expectations in every way.
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I wouldn't, I heard bad things with Bi-xenon, causing electrical problems. This came from my dad who has had them in 3 cars now, including his vette, go ccfls or LEDs.
I dont understand how they can cause problems. Sounds like he had something hooked up wrong or bad parts. CCFLs or LEDs have nothing do do with High and Low beams in one projector. Im confused.

I agree on the halos being kinda played out. Thats why i did what you speak of with the led DRLs turned out really slick. Retro fitting isnt super simple however, the Morimoto kit looks like it stream lines things well. Good luck and as mentioned hit up Brian if youre in the market to pay someone to do it.
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I dont understand how they can cause problems. Sounds like he had something hooked up wrong or bad parts. CCFLs or LEDs have nothing do do with High and Low beams in one projector. Im confused.

I agree on the halos being kinda played out. Thats why i did what you speak of with the led DRLs turned out really slick. Retro fitting isnt super simple however, the Morimoto kit looks like it stream lines things well. Good luck and as mentioned hit up Brian if youre in the market to pay someone to do it.
I think he messed up his wiring too. I do electronics for a living and bixenon wont cause a problem.

What leds did you use? I tried one set of leds and they were way to dim so im thinking going all out and using these insanely bright ones that i have. then i can turn them down with a regulator....
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I used some side emitting led strips from oznium.com they are probably not acceptable for an area where drls are mandatory but if it is over cast skies they are pretty obvious. Dusk or rainy is awesome.
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ohh okay cool. im gunna try and make mine bright so during the day they look good.... and them dim them at night as not to blind people
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Cool id love to see it. I have pics somewhere on here ill try and get up some better ones.
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i will once i build them. lol. where do you have ur leds? im putting mine in the fog light location but i have to build a custom mount for them and build essentially a whole custom lens and everything
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Mine are along the bottom edge of the headlight and up the side about an inch or so.
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ohh okay. so you went audi style. i like those but it would be hard for me to install mine there.
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Mine are along the bottom edge of the headlight and up the side about an inch or so.
I would love to see a pic of this.
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When i get home tonight ill put up some more pics but if you search for "looky what i scored" i think thats where i retroed my lights and thereare some pics there.
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^ the link for this is here.
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Yeah I had found it. Nev did you ever get the housing finished?
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Thanks D! Lol I could use an assistant .... ok ill stop before I hop my ass on the ban train

I never built shrouds for the projector I was like "screw it!" They work for now. One day when I get some better projectors I may do a nicer finish on them but for me it was a function over fashion kinda thing.
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those look good. been pulled over for it yet?
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Thanks. Havent been pulled over for it. Really they arent illegal. MT law states forward facing lights must be white or amber and rear lights red or amber. Toyota trucks hace forward facing amber lights from the factory which pass DOT approval so as long as i have a reference ill run em.
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ohh okay. they looked red and in CA i know forward lights cant be red. More power to you my friend!
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