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Old Jul 14, 2017, 03:52 AM   #1
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I reinstalled the interior blinker lense and side marker.





So next is to install it without the lens to adjust the beam angle.
After that ill spray the interior pieces flat black and install it.

Give me till the end of the year or sooner.

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Aaaaaaaaaand subscribed! Looks pretty good so far dude! Just take your time and do it right the first time. Don't try to rush do a hackjob!
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I masked off the areas i didnt want black.

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Low beam on

High beam on

It works!





Low beam on



High beam on

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I alligned the beam and 3m epoxied it in place. The aluminum paper is to keep it in place till the epoxy dries.



Shiny black areas are the epoxy. Hopefully no rattling!

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At night the instant on light and color really look sharp.
It totally changes the look of the front end lights.


I like it a lot. Hope you guys like it too!

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Aaaaaaaaaand subscribed! Looks pretty good so far dude! Just take your time and do it right the first time. Don't try to rush do a hackjob!
Its the test headlight, its not gonna be perfect. Plus this is the first time im doing something like this. I promise the second one will have the mistakes corrected.
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This is awesome! Looks really sharp and seems to get a little more light off to the side. Way to go!
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This is awesome! Looks really sharp and seems to get a little more light off to the side. Way to go!
Thanks! It was a pain in the *** a little too!
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The light output is a little stronger then the OEM HID.

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I think OP decided not to post his end result.. haha
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