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Old 03-01-2008, 11:24 PM   #1
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When I first became a member here, I made a topic on projector fogs. I would finally like to do this, as I know the car, and I know what I'm doing, and I actually have a little extra cash at the moment to get it installed. Oh yeah, I installed my silverstars tonight and my fogs compared to my nice white silverstars look lame lol.

So I was looking on ebay, and this time, I didn't see nearly as many lights as I saw before. I'm looking to spend no more then $35, and I would LIKE to have them fit the stock hole instead of having to mod them to look good.

http://www.hella.com/produktion/Hell.../mm90/mm90.jsp
This is a link that was mentioned. Is 90mm the stock fog size?
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that looks like it would work pretty sweet. 90mm=3.5 inches which should fit the cutout near perfect. I don't see a price for the 90mm module on that site.
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You will need to make a special bracket for those to fit. Looks like they will have to be mounted back aways as well, hope there is enough room behind the light?
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They're a tad salty... found them for about $40 plus shipping on e-bay, and they're used.

I wonder if there'* any other options to a 3.5 mm projector fog. I am also wondering if I could cut out the backing of the stock fog light housing and throw a projector in there. I think that'd make it hard to aim though...
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So, if I'm trying to match the white of the silverstars, should I go with:

http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/CLEAR...em330214863281

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http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/DIAMO...spagenameZWDVW

I want NO blue. The blue cutoff mod is cool though, I like how corvettecrazy did that, I think badnit did too. I don't know if I dig the idea of having the bulbs being blue when they're turned off... that'* why I was going with the clear ones.
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