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Re: NEWS: Projector light released for 7" round , 7"x6" and 4"x6" (timbo2132)

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I might just be one of them


get yours here:
http://forums.vwvortex.com/zerothread?id=1191917
OR if someone would be interested in a PACKAGE of the OUTERS in projectors and INNERS of these:
http://forums.vwvortex.com/zerothread?id=1108856
We could make a deal price as PERSONALLY I would be VERY interested in seeing how that would look!

Crystal clear look with projectors at a fraction of the cost of projector setups usually...
 

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Regaurding the 4x6 projector lights:
They use H4 bulbs, so do they do both low and high beams? I dont know about projectors.

Most likely these are better than stock US lights, would you say they're better than european H4's?
You recommend the regular 55w bulbs, right? What about relaying them, that cool?
And just to make sure, these replace the outer lights in a 4 light setup like a mk2 scirocco, correct?
 

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Re: NEWS: Projector light released for 7" round , 7"x6" and 4"x6" (Jetta2dr)

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Regaurding the 4x6 projector lights:
They use H4 bulbs, so do they do both low and high beams? I dont know about projectors.

Projectors or NOT the H4's would be HIGH and LOW yes!
Just like Bi-Xenon projectors...
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Most likely these are better than stock US lights?

So would candles be...

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would you say they're better than european H4's?
You recommend the regular 55w bulbs, right?

A) Ecodes are ecodes! These would look nicer and have a different possibility to be direct dropin..
B) Yes 55w!
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What about relaying them, that cool?
And just to make sure, these replace the outer lights in a 4 light setup like a mk2 scirocco, correct?

A) Relays are always recmonend and yes LESS HEAT IN WIRES (read COOL
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B) You can replace all four with these if wanted or go for the all crystals for the inner see link above..
 

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Cullen- do you have headlight protectors that'll fit the 4x6 lights?
Here's a pic of my current setup. The outer ones are eBay crap. They are not e-code not DOT or SAE. The inner ones (without the glove) are DOT. The outer ones have the bug bulb in them and the inner ones are disconnected for now. All are H4. They do have frost on them, it's not fogged inside. The outer lens is cracked (you can't tell in the pic, but it has 5 cracks radiating from the center. All the lights have glass lenses and plastic painted silver backs.

OH, btw, Paint your headlight rims black!! makes it look so much better. (newer ones are like this already)


Modified by timbo2132 at 7:45 PM 1-14-2004
 

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Re: NEWS: Projector light released for 7" round , 7"x6" and 4"x6" (VWVancouver)

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Cullen- do you have headlight protectors that'll fit the 4x6 lights?

WHy that is WHY and WHAT I posted up top!
See the UNQUOTED part at the bottom of FIRST POST??
 

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Hey everyone! I've had these for 5 months already with 80/100 watt bulbs. Since it looks like everyone else will have these now (and it won't be original) , I'll sell mine cheap. Wow 59 dollars is a good deal. 69 plus shipping elsewhere. They look awesome when they're on. Sorry I don't have a digital camera.
 

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Quote, originally posted by Cullen »
WHy that is WHY and WHAT I posted up top!
See the UNQUOTED part at the bottom of FIRST POST??

NO!NO!NO! protectors not projectors!!! They are clear plastic sheets that protect the glass from rocks/chips/massive breakage.
As for citylights, motorworks.com sells citylight add-in thingys that fit the h4 bulb.
http://www.motorworks.com/sear...20007


Modified by timbo2132 at 4:09 AM 1-15-2004
 
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