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<< I'm planning on doing the same setup, but I think I'll separate the switch for HID and high beam, hook up the high beam and other lights to the normal headlight switches, and then custom made a switch for your HID either right next to the steering wheel (where the mirror adjustment control is) or down next to the power outlet.
because HID need constant power(need time to warm up and and reach full intensity) and can't "blink" like normal halogen does, so I think it's better to hook it up with a constant source of power and separate the switch, so whenever u blink the high beam nothing will happen to your HID.
our cars will disable power from low beam whenever we hit the high beam and that's bad if you want to hook it up to HID, your low beam will have to be restarted often and that's bad for the HID bulb life
hope this helps (most of it is still in theory) haven't had the chance to try it yet, still need to test the headlight assembly before doing my next move.
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whoa...I wasn't a fan of those projectors at first, but I have to admit, they look tough as nails in the chrome finish...

They look AWESOME with those HIDs, though...
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<< That's not them dude, sorry. [IMG]i/expressions/laugh2.gif[/IMG] >>


i think this is what he means Chrome TYC

http://shop.store.yahoo.com/dpstore/honciv20gen3.html
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Yup.. Those look alot like them.. but I don't know if they ar real TYC projectors.. I have been in contact with TYC about these projects and they aren't due out for another couple of weeks..
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awww.. comeon, answer my question, i am dying to know how did you conntect the hid and the projectors into the same h4 socket!?
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the projector doesn't use H4, It uses H1 or H3 (forget which one is for the low beam)
just use the same kit for the appropriate H* and plug it into your projector.
and if you mean the socket from the power supply/switches, you'll have to do some custom work there wire each lights separately.
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that's what i was wondering, how does he wire it up?!
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Those look hela good...i am impressed.
Maybe I should stock more of those, after seeing that, I would even get them...
Good job on the HID also...

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Rob, how much would you sell them for ?
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Yep thats them sorry must have posted the wrong link.....
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<< Rob, how much would you sell them for ? >>



$290 shipped (Cali people add tax)

I have to order soem more though, will get some on Friday.

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Rob how much are you selling koni;s
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$290 shipped (Cali people add tax)

I have to order soem more though, will get some on Friday.

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290 shipped for HIDs?
what brand is it, if it's philips 6000k, i am there!!!!
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IS THIS A TRU HID CONVERSION? was it difficult to install the kit?

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that's a true hid conversion, and i ams till trying to figur eout how he did that!
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Did he say that he did it himself or had someone else do it?
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$290 is the price for TYC projector (not including the HID), and marux did ask his friend to the installation & the wiring
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that would be great if he cna show me the wiring, sinc ei got tyc lights comming and ready to order hid when i get the 100 dollars into my paypal account
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Its plug and play everything. I've got HIDs in my car and if they really do have h1 bulbs for the projectors they should fit the other end of the HID ballast and the D2s retrofitted h1 bulb plugs right into the harness. I think Marux isn't posting back because he's afraid everyone will take his idea. Don't worry Marux you'll be credited for this one!
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Very nice!! very sweettttttt I have the TYC Altezzas on my Silver Civic. I just ordered some projectors from TYC now i know what they look like. Very nice man.
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<< Its plug and play everything. I've got HIDs in my car and if they really do have h1 bulbs for the projectors they should fit the other end of the HID ballast and the D2s retrofitted h1 bulb plugs right into the harness. I think Marux isn't posting back because he's afraid everyone will take his idea. Don't worry Marux you'll be credited for this one! >>



i was thinking of the same, but doesn't that require unbolting the lights housing and stuff?
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HELL YEAH YOU'LL BE CREDITED!! SO HOW'D YA DO IT????????????????? [IMG]i/expressions/face-icon-small-confused.gif[/IMG][IMG]i/expressions/face-icon-small-confused.gif[/IMG][IMG]i/expressions/face-icon-small-confused.gif[/IMG]
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great, he locked us out of the pictures too[IMG]i/expressions/face-icon-small-frown.gif[/IMG]
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Are you guys sure the projector(low beams) uses H1 bulbs because i wanna order a hid kit from HIDKIT.COM tommorrow with a set of these projectors in chrome from directpart.com asap. I wonder if the chrome housing would create more glare considering the bottom of the projector housing reflects the light off the lens.. Anyways if anyone including MARUX wherever he is would like to tell me for sure if the bulb is H1 that would be greatly appreciated... Thanks in advance..
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sup everybody ..sorry for the late reply ..kinda busy with my school ...
thanks for the feedback ..
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<< marux: indo ? heheeh.. gue juga lagi cari cari itu lampu... tapi mahal semua.. n mungkin ga cocok ama lampunya gue. mesti ngetes dulu.. pengen bikin kaya punya loe .... mantep man... >>


uets!! anak indo?.. lo di BC ya?.. di mana? deket Seattle gak? siapa tau bisa ketemu dan hangout .. thx man
gue sih beli lampu ama HID total hampir 700 deh ...
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<< i forgot to ask another thing!

projectors usually just have one plug that goes to your stock, and then it powers both of the headlights that way, now, did you have to rig it a bit? and how?
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the projector came with the male plug that plugs right in to our stock plug .. the only wire from HID kit is low beam and ground .. so i connect the lowbeam and ground wire to the headlights preset wire ..
you need to do abit modification .. like u need to drill the hole bigger and such .. so the HID bulb can goes in ..

now i still can use hid and high beam ... its all plugs and play and ready to use except that hole that u need to drill
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<< I'm planning on doing the same setup, but I think I'll separate the switch for HID and high beam, hook up the high beam and other lights to the normal headlight switches, and then custom made a switch for your HID either right next to the steering wheel (where the mirror adjustment control is) or down next to the power outlet.
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mine doesn't do that [IMG]i/expressions/face-icon-small-confused.gif[/IMG] .. my lowbeam is always on when i turn on the high beam ...
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<< the projector doesn't use H4, It uses H1 or H3 (forget which one is for the low beam)
just use the same kit for the appropriate H* and plug it into your projector.
and if you mean the socket from the power supply/switches, you'll have to do some custom work there wire each lights separately.
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let me correct this .. i didn't do any custom wire and stuff .. all i did is drill the hole so the HID bulb will fit the house .. eventhough the bulb type is the same h1 but the housing is to small for h1 HID
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<< Did he say that he did it himself or had someone else do it? >>



[IMG]i/expressions/face-icon-small-smile.gif[/IMG] i did it myself...
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