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Old 08-30-2010, 05:17 PM
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03-04 G35 CCFL Projector Headlights

for anyone who wants projector headlights, but are too lazy to retrofit them yourselves, these headlights should be coming out within the month. it says 03-06, but you guys know how it is **if you are having problems watching the video, try switching the resolution to 480p**


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Old 08-30-2010, 05:20 PM
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great post, especially just the DIY of removing headlights !

wonder if these will be any better than the ebay ones.....time will tell

thanks again OP!
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That's an awesome DIY vid.

Are those headlights projectors though or just angel eyes?
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Very interesting, though I was hoping it was a DIY for actually building the headlights. Definitely an 03/04 sedan.
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That's an awesome DIY vid.

Are those headlights projectors though or just angel eyes?
these headlights are both projectors and ccfl halos, the setup is kinda like yours. more info on pricing will be available soon. i will keep you guys updated.
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^Do you know what kind of projectors are being used?
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pretty cool, but why does the guy talking in the first 30 seconds or so in the video sound like he's whackin off at the same time
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since the projectors are placed in the lower portion of the headlight does that mean it will on be used as a fog/high beam? should put the project in the low beam instead of fog/high beam.
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Not a fan of those lights at all
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since the projectors are placed in the lower portion of the headlight does that mean it will on be used as a fog/high beam? should put the project in the low beam instead of fog/high beam.
i believe it will be rewired so that the upper portion will be the fogs and highs

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Not a fan of those lights at all
im not too into these either, but its an easy way out for anyone with an 03-04 who doesnt want to do a retro themselves. and if youre not into the halos, just dont connect them.

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^Do you know what kind of projectors are being used?
i believe the projectors are just a generic set, nothing special.
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i am planning to do my own retro with . but im still trying to figure out if theyll fit into the upper portion of the lights without any modifications.
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They look pretty good. Not a fan of halos. But these seem okay.Price..
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i believe the projectors are just a generic set, nothing special.
That's weak IMO. Most people doing this upgrade are going for an upgrade in performance as well as looks. It would have been much more appealing if they used a quality bi-xenon projector such as TLs or 2nd Gen Sedan projectors with a clear lens.

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