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I just got my HID kit install and damn there so bright
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^^ YES SIR! lol
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i lower my headlights a little. its a projected headlight but now one is higher than the other what is the best way to get them the same?
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drive up to a big garage, that's level... and back up about 25-30 ft.... then use the adjusters on the housings to set it accordingly..
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how height from the floor if you know thanks great info
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Depends on your suspension setup man... I honestly haven't touched mine. I popped the conversion in and left them alone... No need to point them down because even though I'm lifted a good 12in over stock height, I don't get flashed but maybe once a month...
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Depends on your suspension setup man... I honestly haven't touched mine. I popped the conversion in and left them alone... No need to point them down because even though I'm lifted a good 12in over stock height, I don't get flashed but maybe once a month... You should be fine man... Adjust them so they're level
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Retro-fitted HID's are dangerous and annoying. It is easy to tell the difference between projector HID headlights and some hot-shot looking to blind oncomming traffic.
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Retro-fitted HID's are dangerous and annoying. It is easy to tell the difference between projector HID headlights and some hot-shot looking to blind oncomming traffic.
recheck your definitions. A retro fit will put a factory projector housing from a vehicle that came with them, i.e. tsx, tl, s2k, lexus, infinitis, into your factory headlamp housing. Not just adding the plug and play kits.

But the analogy for the projector HIDs, and against the plug and play kits, is true. Definately obvious which ones are which.
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