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AWWWWW!!!!!!! electrical130, you beat me to the chase....

i was planning to retrofit my fogs....but u beat me...

but wait....my fogs are goonna be E46 bixenon projectors...


cant waait untill i have time!!!!!!!
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AWWWWW!!!!!!! electrical130, you beat me to the chase....

i was planning to retrofit my fogs....but u beat me...

but wait....my fogs are goonna be E46 bixenon projectors...


cant waait untill i have time!!!!!!!
those E46's will be some nice ish. how you plan to enclose them? ABS fittings? the light off those would be awesome. i'm putting too much time into my TSX retro, so i wanted something more pnp for now. might do something better later. you gonna have room for the E46's in the bumper?
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e46 as civic fogs, sorry but thats not gonna look right. fogs are not supposed to be huge lol and good luck back there, the projector will barely fit by itself, letalone with some kind of enclosure youre gonna have to make.
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those E46's will be some nice ish. how you plan to enclose them? ABS fittings? the light off those would be awesome. i'm putting too much time into my TSX retro, so i wanted something more pnp for now. might do something better later. you gonna have room for the E46's in the bumper?
imma be enclosing it with a custom enclosure....imma build and rebuild the rear end and the enclosure...

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e46 as civic fogs, sorry but thats not gonna look right. fogs are not supposed to be huge lol and good luck back there, the projector will barely fit by itself, letalone with some kind of enclosure youre gonna have to make.
lol =] ive done it before, and ill do it again..... man im such a retro *****...

degrading down to a retrofit....sigh.... i was the first to run quad on my av6
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well lets see the pics then?
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where and what kid of hid kit did you get?
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well lets see the pics then?
it was on my av6, which i dont have any pixs because i totalled it, and only managed to scrap the projectors...

but dont worry, ill have it on my civic in the summer when i work on them...

....im not one of those ppl who say i can do **** just to seem like the ****...

summer:
01-03 oem LED tail lights
e46 bixenon fog lights (or mabee FX45 projectors, undecided yet)

so gearbox, hold ur ponies my friend =]

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it was on my av6, which i dont have any pixs because i totalled it, and only managed to scrap the projectors...

but dont worry, ill have it on my civic in the summer when i work on them...

....im not one of those ppl who say i can do **** just to seem like the ****...

summer:
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e46 bixenon fog lights (or mabee FX45 projectors, undecided yet)

so gearbox, hold ur ponies my friend =]
what are the dimensions of the housing you plan to fabricate? there's not all that much room down there behind the bumper.
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what are the dimensions of the housing you plan to fabricate? there's not all that much room down there behind the bumper.

all im using is the ebay "oem" style fog lights, im just using the outer housing, i willll be making my own housing where the reflector part goes....
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i willll be making my own housing where the reflector part goes....
that's the part i'm asking about.
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o, ill be using a combo of sheet alum. and clear plastic pixel glass sheets... and a lot of jb weld
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just so you guys know, you can buy these from his store for 29.99. The fogs on ebay that is.
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Re: My New HID Projector Fogs

what's the store name
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click on the ebay link, then click to see his other items. that's his store.
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Re: My New HID Projector Fogs

i bought the projector fogs from the same guy but i didn't buy the ones u bought... i got the black projector fogs and the bulb is different from the one u got. its an H11 i think? but the only problem i have with this is that i don't know where to hook up the main power wire from the switch. i was thinking about connecting it to the cig adapter. where did u connect ur power wire to?
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i bought the projector fogs from the same guy but i didn't buy the ones u bought... i got the black projector fogs and the bulb is different from the one u got. its an H11 i think? but the only problem i have with this is that i don't know where to hook up the main power wire from the switch. i was thinking about connecting it to the cig adapter. where did u connect ur power wire to?
H11 HID's won't have the same focal point as the stock halogen H11, so your results may not be that great. that's why i emphasize getting the 800 series projectors like the blazers i got. if the focal point is off enough, you may have less light output than the stock halogen bulbs.

my main power comes from the battery to a relay, relay controled by a switch, from relay to ballasts. i wouldn't run this from a cigarette lighter. too much amp draw. you need to go straight to the battery.
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H11 HID's won't have the same focal point as the stock halogen H11, so your results may not be that great. that's why i emphasize getting the 800 series projectors like the blazers i got. if the focal point is off enough, you may have less light output than the stock halogen bulbs.

my main power comes from the battery to a relay, relay controled by a switch, from relay to ballasts. i wouldn't run this from a cigarette lighter. too much amp draw. you need to go straight to the battery.

i'm not running HID for my fogs. just wondering how u ran ur wires cuz my set up didn't come with a relay. it just came with the wires and the switch. was it supposed to come with a relay? i just think that certain fogs come with certain components. i guess just urs is different from mine then.
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i'm not running HID for my fogs. just wondering how u ran ur wires cuz my set up didn't come with a relay. it just came with the wires and the switch. was it supposed to come with a relay? i just think that certain fogs come with certain components. i guess just urs is different from mine then.
sorry, i assumed you were going to use HID's in them since that's the topic of this thread. my fogs didn't come with a relay either. i bought one for less than $2 and put it in myself. i've ran fogs with and without relays. without, the switches tend to burn out every 6 months or so, if not sooner. with a relay though, i've never had a switch or relay go bad.
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Re: My New HID Projector Fogs

well since i'm not running HID's on my fogs yet i just connected one of the wires to run off the parking lights whenever they come on. but i guess if one day i have the funds necessary to buy HID's then i have to buy the relay and connect it to the switch and just do wut u did. where did u put that relay tho? in the fuse box under the hood or the steering wheel? and do u have pics just in case i want to do it ur way?
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well since i'm not running HID's on my fogs yet i just connected one of the wires to run off the parking lights whenever they come on. but i guess if one day i have the funds necessary to buy HID's then i have to buy the relay and connect it to the switch and just do wut u did. where did u put that relay tho? in the fuse box under the hood or the steering wheel? and do u have pics just in case i want to do it ur way?
your parking light wires are not big enough to power the fogs. the fogs draw too much power. you can use the parking light wire to trigger the coil of a relay, and then run power from the battery across the contacts of the relay, but don't run the fogs directly off the parking light wires. my relays are right next to my battery.
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Re: My New HID Projector Fogs

looks tiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiight! just the type of fogs i'm going for...

anyone have an updated ebay link for these b4 i go searching?
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Re: My New HID Projector Fogs

on a serperate note, do you think it would be possible to retro these into a OEM housing? They seem small enough not to mention their cheap price.
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not inside an actual reflector, no. that would take forever to cut cause its thick metal. maybe with a hole saw and something to hold it with. dremel will take all day. or you could try to use the oem bezels and put the fogs into them somehow idk.
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you couldn't use them as a main low beam light. the light spread is very wide, but doesn't go out very far. only about half as far as my TSX projectors do. you'd feel blind driving with just these at night. for distance, the stock halogens would be better than these fogs.
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Is there an updated link to ebay.. i would like to do this set up
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this is the one i bought and in the middle of installing it..http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/ws/eB...#ht_1663wt_941
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