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Old 10-18-2010, 12:54 AM   #51
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Yes, exactly.
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Alright. Thanks guys.
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Light output pics finally!!

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Wow, your low beams are very bright, Sammy Likes!!
You have halogen high beam correct?
And one quick question, after the retro, can you still adjust the light output without taking the headlights apart?
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Yes, regular Phillips halogens. As far as the other question I assume you mean aiming. Brian says they aren't aim-able after the retro, but I'm not convinced. I'm thinking I should be able to tighten up the top/bottom to aim them.

I'm actually gonna have to do this because my driver side is too high right now.
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Yes, regular Phillips halogens. As far as the other question I assume you mean aiming. Brian says they aren't aim-able after the retro, but I'm not convinced. I'm thinking I should be able to tighten up the top/bottom to aim them.

I'm actually gonna have to do this because my driver side is too high right now.
You can adjust a little bit with the nuts on the back but if you adjust too much you'll have to re-silicone around the projector.
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Looks like I'll be doing that then. Good thing I got a tube of sealant in the car.
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