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Old 02-02-2005, 10:05 AM   #1
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5 watt bulb?

On the new headlights, the inner driving lights are 12v/5w. I have never seen a 5watt bulb like that before. Anyone know where I could find a replacement for it when the time comes?
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Your talking about the projectors you ordered? The guy down at my A&A said he could get replacements for me but I don't know any specifics, we were just kinda BS'ing and didn't really stay on the subject.
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Old 02-04-2005, 08:39 PM   #3
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I'm betting those will go out first. Followed by that H3 bulb that you'll have to remove the headlights to install them.
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I'm enjoying them while they last :p
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Mine look great still in the box.
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wtf why havnt you put them in lol it takes all of 10 min to put em on PROCRASTINATOR!
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wtf why havnt you put them in lol it takes all of 10 min to put em on PROCRASTINATOR!
Try a couple of hours? You have to cut for the projector to fit in and then wire up the halos and driving lights.
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It took me an hour and I'm pretty good with this stuff....

Of course I couldn't figure out what I had to wire the little lights to so I drove aroundfor a day with them on and did that suck. You wouldn't believe how much they help.


I didn't cut anything at all, do you mean the black rubber cover on the backside of the light, that rubs a bit on the plastic headlight housing, but its rubber, move it lol.
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I didn't cut anything at all, do you mean the black rubber cover on the backside of the light, that rubs a bit on the plastic headlight housing, but its rubber, move it lol.
The directions from UPR told me I would have to make five cuts so everything would align properly.
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incomplete kits

If they want their product to sell, they should make it so that its ready to go...None of that cutting bull****
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Well, I'm going from a two piece single bulb setup to a single piece dual bulb setup. Something had to give.
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Wierd, I didn't have to cut anything...
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I may not have to, everyone is saying something different online.
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