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Everyone will tell you not to run HID's in a non-projector housing but so what....
Yah, why the heck would you want to hear what other guys have to say about what they installed and figured out what doesn't work well then passing it on to other forum members so they don't waste their money doing the same thing. Why put in retrofitted HID bulbs that usually end up flickering all the time, that have less light output then they are capable of because the OEM reflector isn't designed for that type of long bulb, that usually don't point in the same direction because again the OEM reflector isn't designed for that type of long bulb, that cause oncoming drivers to constantly flash their high beams at you for all the above reasons? Yah..."SO WHAT"?
Save yourself the headaches and spend a little more money and have headlights that don't cause every driver to give you the finger by getting proper HID conversions. Cary at CT Performance Inc is supporting vender that does such conversions.
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Last edited by Term3; 10-16-2013 at 09:14 PM.