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Old 06-10-2013, 11:56 PM   #1
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Did a little electrical work this weekend...

I think it came out pretty good.
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Old 06-11-2013, 12:07 AM   #2
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That's gangsta!
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I was going for this
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That'll win you the high beam competition on the road at night
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That'll win you the high beam competition on the road at night
Well I actually designed it to only project down and backlight the grill. There is almost no light projected forward. But it would probably get someone's attention.
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Old 06-11-2013, 12:25 AM   #7
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Well I actually designed it to only project down and backlight the grill. There is almost no light projected forward. But it would probably get someone's attention.
Aahh ok that's cool and considerate.. I'm always having high beam fights at night with the stock lights on my 13.. sometimes I turn them off when they get close enough because I feel bad..
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Aahh ok that's cool and considerate.. I'm always having high beam fights at night with the stock lights on my 13.. sometimes I turn them off when they get close enough because I feel bad..
Haha wow... I do love the new lights on the +13 but thats just mean.
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Haha wow... I do love the new lights on the +13 but thats just mean.
They always start it! I show them I don't have my high beams on, and they still high beam me
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Not normally a fan of stuff like this, but i gotta say.. That looks bada$$ man. What kind of lights did you use?
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Looks good, but be careful around the Po-Po. In Ca, lights to the front have to be amber or white.
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Not normally a fan of stuff like this, but i gotta say.. That looks bada$$ man. What kind of lights did you use?
They are led tubes I got off of amazon for $30. They are for "interior" lighting
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Looks good, but be careful around the Po-Po. In Ca, lights to the front have to be amber or white.
+1. No red or blue lights in Indiana either. Illegal as **** BUT your car looks sick with those on. Lovin it.
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Looks good, but be careful around the Po-Po. In Ca, lights to the front have to be amber or white.
Yea that was my biggest concern so I have them on a separate system from the headlights. There meant mostly for car shows and showing off in parking lots.
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I think it came out pretty good.
Looks sick!! Great job.. are those 8K on your headlights? How do you like the output compared to stock halogens?
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Looks sick!! Great job.. are those 8K on your headlights? How do you like the output compared to stock halogens?
10k and there not very good in terms of distance. It is kinda hard adjusting to the blue but they work. Definitely a mod for looks not practicality. I'm planning on getting the smoked raxioms pretty soon.
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10k and there not very good in terms of distance. It is kinda hard adjusting to the blue but they work. Definitely a mod for looks not practicality. I'm planning on getting the smoked raxioms pretty soon.

Yeah I'm debating on getting 8K HID's or the smoked Raxioms myself. I had 10K's on my Mach 1 and yeah they looked good on the car they just didn't put out that much light.
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Eh, well hopefully you can handle a little criticism, not exactly my cup of tea, I think it try's to give it a ricer type look.. Just my thoughts, don't take it personally, I'm old.... Lol
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