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post #121 of 427 (permalink) Old 11-19-2009, 09:02 PM
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What color HID did you guys get? The 8k ones? And you say that you have a greenish color instead of having a blueish color? Uh...
6,000K. Apparently the bulbs have a break in period for about 50 hours or so where their color isn't spot-on.

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http://cgi.ebay.ca/HID-XENON-LEN-pro...ht_3788wt_1006

Thats the kit I got. Yeah, i realized after taking the pics that my lens is a little tilted on the passenger side. Which explains why my cut-off line tonight was a little wonkee lol.

If i have time tomorrow I will take my lenses apart again and show you exactly how it lines up inside and how it mounts in the back.
Quick questions.

The kit you bought says "built in bulbs." Does that mean that you can not replace just the bulbs if one was to fail? Does that mean we would have to buy their other kit of just the projectors/bulbs to replace one?

Also I really want a nice white light. Which temp bulb should I get? They have other kits with 4300k, 6000k, 8000k, 10000k. Isnt the 4300 the one I would want to go with?
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WOW guys great writeup. i'd be VERY interested in doing this if i could find a kit W/O angel eyes. plus i had an idea: instead of creating some kind of shroud around the projectors, why not install 2 small LEDs, one on either side of the HID housing in each headlamp, that way you could illuminate the whole headlight housing around the projector. nothing super bright, just to kinda bring attention to the projector. maybe even a replacement for the DRLs. just a thought.

EDIT: by the way, i read the ENTIRE thread and thanks for all the great info.

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Quick questions.

The kit you bought says "built in bulbs." Does that mean that you can not replace just the bulbs if one was to fail? Does that mean we would have to buy their other kit of just the projectors/bulbs to replace one?

Also I really want a nice white light. Which temp bulb should I get? They have other kits with 4300k, 6000k, 8000k, 10000k. Isnt the 4300 the one I would want to go with?
I'm actually trying to figure that out myself still. I've contacted the manufacturer of them (not the ebay seller) and I'm in the works about replacement bulbs. The bulbs are removable from the projectors but aren't like anything I can find anywhere else (see the pic on pages 2 or 4). I suppose I could try to modify the base of another type bulb if all else fails. Hopefully these bulbs will last several years though.

As far as whiteness, 6,000K is technically the most "pure white" of the selections - most neutral as far as yellow/blue goes. 4,300K will be very similar, but with a tinge of yellow. However both will look blue at night when you compare your lights with everyone else's 2700K or whatnot bulbs, which will look very yellow.

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^^ although 6000k is the purest, white light... 4300k has the most lumen and will be the brightest you can choose from.

I havent heard from the seller yet about bulb style, so if you do please let me know because im interested in getting a different colour as well.

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wonder if these will work in GM headlight that i have on my cougar.
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i've searched the manufacturer's site and can't find anything without a halo. and ebay's down right now for some reason

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wonder if these will work in GM headlight that i have on my cougar.
You have GM head lights in a Cougar?How does that work and what year is your car?

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95-97 grand marquis headlights, they bolt right on, they just need some header panel clearancing and wiring for the high/low bulbs.

I'd bet the projectors would fit better in these than the 96/7 housings...



hmm... maybe dual projectors

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i've searched the manufacturer's site and can't find anything without a halo. and ebay's down right now for some reason
I could be wrong, but I don't think anyone makes a projector setup without the angel eyes at this time - at least for aftermarket retail purposes. The only way to do something like that would be to retrofit using OE projectors from another manufacturer.

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I could be wrong, but I don't think anyone makes a projector setup without the angel eyes at this time - at least for aftermarket retail purposes. The only way to do something like that would be to retrofit using OE projectors from another manufacturer.
I think you're right - havent been able to find too many without halos unless you are building an OE setup.

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i haven't been able to either, everything has halos (angel eyes, whatever). but like porkchop did, i've been considering going the OE route. although, i can forsee lots of problems doing it that way because there's no guide to mount the projector like these retrofit units have (i.e.: using the retaining nut to hold it in the light hole).

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the dual projectors was what i was thinking of with the GM lights but i need to buy some new lights first because mine are shot lol.

Matt, I am always jealous when i see your cougar, at that angle it almost looks like a marauder.
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I just bought mine maybe like a week and a half ago.. But I still havn't received my kit.. Eh, I don't know if I really want these after a lot of little problems like I have seen. Hard to find replacement bulbs, and even just the fact the when you order a 9007, it's still wired for a 9004. A very easy fix, but that just kinda tempted me from the beginning how much of quality these are... They do seem nice, rigid and solid, but we'll see in about a year how they hold up.

While I am waiting for this Retrofit kit to ship to my door, I also ordered some O.E. Porsche Cayenne projector's. I have one in the garage my father acquired from a broken headlight in his shop, and they are a nice size, and with a little work, they fit pretty nicely inside my old 97 headlights. They are not BI-Xenon, but I am not specifically looking for a Bi-Xenon anyways. A low-beam is really I would need if I ever get projector's.

If anyone has found a replacement bulb, or Brandon, when you do get a reply from the seller and find out how replacement bulb would be acquired, that would be great. But for now, I think I am going to be working on the Porsche projector's with my old headlights, and I'll see how I will be mounting them. I am just very concerned about the retrofit bulb, ballasts, and projector housing, to if one ever broke.. I'd never be able to use my D2R or D2S bulbs, which I have many of, and ballasts for, so that's why I'm opting more for an actual D2R projector housing.

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^^ im actually going to go back to the stock wiring of 9004 this week.

Im tired of the projectors being on during the day and there is no way to turn them off so long as the car is running. They are on as DRL's in the "highbeam" position and then when dark they go to the "lowbeam"... there are times that i dont want them on at all (ie: driving through a campground or drive-in movies) so maybe the 9004 is the better option anyways.

And honestly... when are you ever going to use the highs? The lows give so much light already and all the highs do is raise that light so you can see things up in the sky, does not increase any light on the road. Just my 0.02

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Did you try pulling the DRL fuse under the hood?

I use the highs on those wide, dark country roads.

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Did you try pulling the DRL fuse under the hood?

I use the highs on those wide, dark country roads.
I think i did lol, i pulled the 5amp "run" fuse from under the dash and it fixed teh problem. But ... i dont have a volt gage, EATC temp display, or clock :S

I live in a big city so i rarely do country road driving and even then, i find that the lows work just fine. However, im sure if there wasnt 100 million street lights where i live id probably use them a little more haha.

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The DRL fuse is the #1 fuse in the high current fuse panel near the battery under the hood (at least, according to my 97's manual). It's not the same as the run fuse under the dash, and should only affect the DRL feature.

Streetlights! Noooo! I find those blasted orange-brown ones do less for visibility - every time I drive underneath one I get a nasty glare and I have to squint because they're so bright.

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The DRL fuse is the #1 fuse in the high current fuse panel near the battery under the hood (at least, according to my 97's manual). It's not the same as the run fuse under the dash, and should only affect the DRL feature.

Streetlights! Noooo! I find those blasted orange-brown ones do less for visibility - every time I drive underneath one I get a nasty glare and I have to squint because they're so bright.
wooo cheers mang! i looked under the hood but i dont have a clue which is the #1 position. I dont have a manual for my car so i lack a diagram too :S

I hate streetlights, they have a terrible glare off my windshield. Especially when the ground is wet all the light just reflects back up and i cant even see the damn road lines.

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I hate streetlights, they have a terrible glare off my windshield. Especially when the ground is wet all the light just reflects back up and i cant even see the damn road lines.
Hit the nail on the head there....

The fuse, um... driver's side, closest to the front. Should be 15A. There should also be a 'chart' on the underside of the cover when you open it.

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IIRC the chart there, but it didnt list what anything did. Just fuse number and what amperage.

Closest to the front, you mean closest to the windshield? I'll try it out tonight on my lunch break

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Closest to the front of the car. I'd take a picture but I misplaced my camera and DRL was axed for 97. All I have is an empty fuse slot.

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Closest to the front of the car. I'd take a picture but I misplaced my camera and DRL was axed for 97. All I have is an empty fuse slot.
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i just finished watching a tv series that was based in toronto. and i'm always up for a beer. unfortunately i live in california and i'm broke. lol, but someday

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ooOoOOooOOoOOoOOO What series!? I havent had a chance to make it to Cali yet. My parents have been and love it.

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^^ lucky bastard. You have palm trees and warm weather year round. I get snow and ice for 6 months a year

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