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New Mod...Projectors w/HID's

Projectors with red halo's and 4300K HID's!!! i absolutely love these and highly recommend it. the cut off of these projectors is really good and the install was all in all really easy. one of the best mods i have ever done hands down!!! light output of the HID's is awesome!

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I will post more pics when my 33x13.50x15 Nitto Mud Grapplers come in and i get them mounted I CAN'T WAIT!!!!!!








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I need some of these bad. I'm just afraid to cut up my housing
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no cutting at all... i got the ones wowmike got that plug into your existing bulb socket.....look up his thread on projector in a 01+ housing
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Awesome how much were they?
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about $140 off ebay and that was with the projectors, bulbs, ballasts, and all wiring needed
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Nice, I'm gonna have to do this
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yea its great i love them
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Sick! I want these so bad. I wish they would just send me the projectors cause I already have HID's. Would save money. I guess I could always use my existing wiring and just sell the stuff it comes with.
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sexy! output shots naow!
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what do you ahve to do, take the lens off of your headlights to install the inner pieces?
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dude those are BAADD
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i agree with ty....output shots!
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what do you ahve to do, take the lens off of your headlights to install the inner pieces?
Yea. You bake your headlights, separate them, then the projectors go in the stock bulb location. There's a nut on the back that seals it up. Right?
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correct bake them, separate them, projector screws in, wire them up, and your good to go
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Oh my sex.....that is awesome
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Link to where you bought them? I wish I could find one for the H13 bulb.
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Not Even Fair!... Looks DIESEL
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thats still badass. makes a projector retrofit so easy. instead of having to cut up your capsules and everything. when i find the mustang im looking for, this will be one of the first mods because those have **** output lol
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X2 on that link
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Yes link... I would love projectors so people will stop flashing me...


Do those have a highbeam function?
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Not diggin them, they just don't fill in the housing like they should, IMO.
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^^ they need a nice shroud to finish off the look IMO. mine are placed in the same spot in the housing with nothing around it and i need a shroud to make it look complete
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^^ they need a nice shroud to finish off the look IMO. mine are placed in the same spot in the housing with nothing around it and i need a shroud to make it look complete
I think that is exactly what it needs.
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Looks awesome man! Can you choose the color for the ring to be? Is there a way to do this to a 98-00 Ranger?
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Looks awesome man! Can you choose the color for the ring to be? Is there a way to do this to a 98-00 Ranger?
I dont see why not. you would just have to get some clear headlights so it doesent look weird
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