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Old 12-09-2010, 07:28 AM   #21
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nice retro fit out!!!!great to see some1 useing their immagination to do this sort of thing please do keep us informed!!!! u all r welcome to check out my ride take particular notice of the headlights,
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Thanks guys! Here'* a couple more daytime pics.

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That'* just great stuff! Thanks so much!
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Old 12-10-2010, 09:01 AM   #24
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damm hot ride there!!
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Thanks guys! Here'* some output shots:

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I am especially happy about just how perfect it came out...neither projector is off rotationally by a single degree in relation to the other one...

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These particular pictures don't really do the high and low beam justice, I'll have to try again later.
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No worries, that'* great work!
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no rush mate,looks awsome so far the beams, better than that would be glorious, thanks for the updates, your a champion!!!!!!
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Really nice! I'm kinda jealous =P

Which projectors are those? I was thinking about retroing with either the FX-R'* or the Morimoto Mini'* down the road...
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Thanks for the compliments guys! Really appreciate it.

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Really nice! I'm kinda jealous =P

Which projectors are those? I was thinking about retroing with either the FX-R'* or the Morimoto Mini'* down the road...
These are Morimoto Mini D2S projectors. If you can fit them, I'd suggest the FX-R'*, they will have a slightly better output. These are great for their small size and excellent output, but the FX-R is still the top of the line right now for bixenon projectors.

Alternatively, you can go with the Morimoto Mini H1 projector. It'* output is on par with the FX-R. My only problem with it (and the reason why I didn't choose it) is that you will be forced to use aftermarket H1 kit bulbs instead of OE D2S bulbs. But it is smaller than the FX-R.

Few more pics. Probably gonna have a few more over the next few days once it stops raining...

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Great work! I've been wanting to make another set of retrofits for my car but just haven't had the time or money to get everything I want
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