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post #81 of 87 Old 11-18-12, 13:26
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Those look awesome! I have an infatuation with projectors haha
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post #82 of 87 Old 11-24-12, 18:28
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These look great, I would like this mod on my D675, but don't have any electrical know how, or the patience, I need help with retrofit I'd be happy to fund someone for a retrofit to my headlight,
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post #83 of 87 Old 11-26-12, 21:54
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Originally Posted by Nyuscdjs View Post
Any overheating and melting plastic?

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I bought a set from the guy who made them. I've run mine for about 4k miles with no issues at all.

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post #84 of 87 Old 12-01-12, 15:58
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Finally posting these up!!! I finished my mini D2S 2.0 retrofit this summer, and decided to change from 35W to 55W 5,000k bulbs. Both are from DDM Tuning. Below is the comparison. While not very scientific, it obviously shows how much brighter and farther the 55W kit carries, but also how much it washes out the color. I feel much more confident riding at night now, and am very happy with the whole setup.

35W 5,000K

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post #85 of 87 Old 12-04-12, 02:05
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Originally Posted by wfire19 View Post
Idk, I have ddm tuning HID kit in my buick, yeah it has stupid reflector headlights. Are they blinding sure maybe. But the light output is a lot better compared to the halogen bulbs in there before. Farther, brighter...all that shyt that makes it sound like sylvania commercial. But really after it I cant stand driving a car with halogen bulbs anymore cuz they are so dull it feels like I cant see right

You really need to be on the other side of the road when you have some stupid ass car or bro truck with HIDS in a Halogen Beam. All they do is scatter the light everywhere and blind the hell out of everyone else.

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post #86 of 87 Old 12-05-12, 19:25
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theres some ass around my area that has HIDs in a older grand cherokee and i feel like swerving at him everytime i see him. i have HIDs in my grand am, but i bought some fleabay projectors so i wasnt blinking the crap outta people, or at least not nearly as much.

this mod looks very cool and worth it, but just not in the cards for me right now, but hopefully down the road.

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I fitted a HID kit to my D675 h7 low and h9 high easy pull and play kit from eBay had to cut holes in the plastic covers but they work well standard high beam was week now there both bright as day no problems

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