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post #171 of 191 (permalink) Old 10-25-2006, 12:35 PM
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any fitment issues with the bulb and the projector?


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Guys,I am completely lazy/busy.I was out of work for a good part of last week with the flu.I will get pics up asap.They are alot brighter than a 6 with factory HID.I will try to get a comparison pic up with an 06 with mine.I wanted the 8000k color and went with it knowing it would produce less light than a 4500k or 5000k kit.
Fitment was fantastic of the projectors except the driver side only 2 of the 3 screws lined up(as expected)loctite does wonders.I mounted the ballasts to the headlamp housing on the bottom tucked behind the bumper cover.Overall,this has been my favorite mod.I am very happy with my choice.

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good for you... but 8k... wow... but show us the pics first, then we'll see from there.. is the apexcone kit 50W kit or normal 35W kit? dont really research much about conversion kit..

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[attachmentid=16839]I have a shitty camera but will get better pics this weekend

again terrible cheap camera


If anyone has any tips on getting a good pictures taken of lights,it would be greatly appreciated.I can admit when I am not good at something and taking car pictures is one of them.
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Aqua blue. Wow. Can't wait to see more pics.


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looks coooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooool lol

was that about 25 fee away from the wall? it might be pointed a bit high, but i mean the beams look awesome! congrats!

now thats the way people should do it instead of those damn kits. Not a big fan of the color but the way it works with the projectors, looks pretty cool.



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It was close to 25 feet,Now a question.Are you guys turning off your flasher to get pics of the lights or i should ask how you have taken some of the other pics for comparison.
I have the photography skills of a 5 year old.

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yeah my skills are pretty bad, but i usually take it with NO FLASH because with the flash it'll just ruin the pictures. Overall we know that the pictures dont do the car any justice at all so if you want i think i have some decent pictures in another thread i'll see if i can find em and maybe you can copy them?

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it was actually 2 pages prior to this post lol the light from my pictures looks like hologen bulbs lol but my sisters camera i guess i dont know how to use it to well and overexpose the light a bit to truely get the real color. good luck


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my room mate has a very nice Nikon camera and I will see if he can help me get pics and get them posted this weekend.I didn't realize that one of my co-workers from the bar has a F-150 with a McCulloh 8000k hid kit in it.My setup can light up things across the bar's parking lot that his can't.I was very suprised at the difference that switching projectors can make.I would highly recommend this to anyone doing a hid install to just go ahead and swap projectors.

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my room mate has a very nice Nikon camera and I will see if he can help me get pics and get them posted this weekend.I didn't realize that one of my co-workers from the bar has a F-150 with a McCulloh 8000k hid kit in it.My setup can light up things across the bar's parking lot that his can't.I was very suprised at the difference that switching projectors can make.I would highly recommend this to anyone doing a hid install to just go ahead and swap projectors.
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AHMEN BROTHA!!!!! my dad just got a toyota camry...has pretty nice halogen projectors actually....but i think it might be time for another retro! ;o)


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