|12-15-2014 04:15 AM|
The cutoff is actually totally fine. I seen someone on FocusST.org post pictures of Spyder headlights where the cutoff line had a ghost effect but when I aimed the headlight at the wall it looked totally fine.
I will update tho.
Here is the cutoff line with super white headlight bulbs which I'm still currently running
|12-15-2014 04:01 AM|
|Panoptic||Cool. I'm interested in seeing how well they fit. How's the cutoff?|
|12-14-2014 10:36 PM|
Well. I attempted to I stall HID's in my Spyder projector headlights and they work great.
I haven't finished the install but I wored everything up on the engine bay and it works, no bulb fault light or anything. I will be updating when I install them permanently later this week.
|12-02-2014 07:27 PM|
|12-02-2014 04:04 PM|
|TheHumbleGeek||Yup... I've noticed though, it now does make reference to aftermarket HID projector retrofits, which I don't remember it saying before.|
|12-02-2014 02:49 PM|
|Panoptic||Only a matter of time in a thread about HIDs that someone posts that article, never fails.|
|12-02-2014 02:37 PM|
found this article about HID conversion, extremely useful.
Might prevent some of us from doing that!
|12-01-2014 11:17 PM|
interesting. I may order the whole kit from them, seem like a nice one. I will have to put this kit back in my miata come spring time.
I have the dip bulb error now, it goes away in five seconds.
|12-01-2014 01:33 AM|
Nope, no problems. Though depending on your ballast, the extra wattage on startup sometimes causes it to throw a dipped bulb error. Flipping the lights off and back on alleviates that, but it's best to do the relay harnesses too.
Edit: Here's a crappy video with just the Canbus harnesses and no relays. Link
|11-30-2014 11:35 PM|
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