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Old December 16th, 2008, 05:28 AM   #1
 
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like the title says, i have a set that i bought around 2 years ago, used them for about a month, theres no fogging or hazing on the lens. comes with yellow high beam bulbs and HIDs (6k)in the lowbeam projectors.

a new set sells for about $150 on Ebay without the HIDs or high beam bulbs.

my price with everything, $160, all fees included as well as shipping

paypal to: [email protected]

looks exactly like this:


post if interested, thanks!
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Old December 17th, 2008, 08:31 PM   #2
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U have a pic of what the beam looks like? I've been curious about the projectors in these and if they look decent I will buy them.
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U have a pic of what the beam looks like? I've been curious about the projectors in these and if they look decent I will buy them.
i don't have a picture, but it has the cutoff on it, and the headlights already come with HID's so its nice.. lmk.. bump!
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you can always open it n put lacer evo clear lens in. Not as good at really hid projectors but 100&#37; better then stock
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i don't have a picture, but it has the cutoff on it, and the headlights already come with HID's so its nice.. lmk.. bump!
What do you mean by "it has the cutoff on it"? That they have a cut-off shield??
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What do you mean by "it has the cutoff on it"? That they have a cut-off shield??
its has the cut off line as in the shield like you said, so it looks like this..

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its has the cut off line as in the shield like you said, so it looks like this..

AHAHAHAHHAH its more like this and it wont light up anything on the road.


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you can always open it n put lacer evo clear lens in. Not as good at really hid projectors but 100% better then stock
putting different lens on the cheap ebay projector wont do squat, the difference is not even going to be noticable
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someone on gen7 did it. it was better then stock, but for sure not better then my set up. rx330 + 55a + philips bulbs FTW
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AHAHAHAHHAH its more like this and it wont light up anything on the road.


Umm no. It lights up the road, and it won't look like yours cause mines has the HID bulbs in them and actually angles to the ground
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Old December 18th, 2008, 06:41 AM   #11
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So why can't you plug them in real quick and show me, it's not like you have to completely install them?
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its has the cut off line as in the shield like you said, so it looks like this..

did he just try to compare ebay projector headlights to TSX/S2K projectors?
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