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Old 05-14-2014, 06:58 PM   #1
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ID:	156850 are these crap. 99 bucks seems to good to be true.
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If you are going to do SN95 headlights do the DEPO projectors and be done with it.



These let you run the UBER bright HIR halogens or you can do HIDs without scattering the beam all over the place like you would with a regular reflector housing.
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Are they a true one piece?

Halogens?
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Those Ipex ones look like a one piece and are definitely halogens. Actually even the DEPOs I run are designed for halogens, there IS no true HID projector for any 94-04 car. You have to retrofit or get a projector like the DEPOs and just deal with the rainbow effect on the beam which is actually not that bad.
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