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    Default Projector Headlight Kit Group Buy

    Any interest in a group buy for HID projector headlights?

    Benefits:
    -Everything is included (housings (Classic or Modern), 6,000K bulbs, Heavy duty relayed harnesses, and 35W ballasts).
    -These kits are plug and play for the most part meaning no splicing into your stock headlight harness.
    -These are a substantial upgrade from your stock headlights and use heavy duty relayed wiring kits to protect your stock wiring.
    -Significantly improved visibility at night

    Choices:
    -Choice of our "Classic" or "Modern" kit
    -Optional upgrades including slim 35W ballasts, 55W ballasts, OEM Nissan and Toyota ballasts
    -Upgraded Morimoto Bulbs (available in 4,300K, 5,000K, 6,000K)
    -RHD models available

    Shipping:
    -Free shipping to the 48 states
    -World wide shipping available

    Pricing:
    -Really depends on how many plan on purchasing.
    -Starts at $350 a set
    -First 5 paid will receive a free upgrade to 35W Slim or 55W ballasts
    -If we get to 10, there will be an additional discount.

    Let me know if you guys have any questions.

    Thanks!





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    Hi bens!

    Is there a way to make these so that it doesn't look like a projector lamp? having that dark spot in the lens really takes away from the classic look of the car (it doesn't look period correct.) Can you show photos of the "Classic" v. "Modern" lamps? Otherwise for now, I think an H4 lamp would be the only appropriate upgrade.

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    I'm pretty certain that all of the above pictures are "Classic" except the last one (10 of 10).
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    Soooooooo, how does this wire in with headlight the relays? or do you remove that modification in favor of the above schematic?

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    Looking at the wiring, this kit plugs into the existing headlight circuit, and the new system includes its own relay. Additional relays as we use for H4s are not necessary. If you already have relays, you could leave them in place, it would still work the same. But I don't see any benefit to them, and more relays are just more potential points of failure. So if it were me, I'd remove any existing relay kits before installing this setup.
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    Yea, but I didn't buy a kit, I rewired the car and added relays and 2 new 30A circuits for the high and low beams. I don't want to go through all that wiring again, so I guess I'll pass.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 5thhorsemann View Post
    Yea, but I didn't buy a kit, I rewired the car and added relays and 2 new 30A circuits for the high and low beams. I don't want to go through all that wiring again, so I guess I'll pass.
    You could do it, you would just have to cut our harness to eliminate the relay. You would just go directly from the H4 plug to the blue 9006 Ballast plug. I'm still trying to think if they make a wiring kit that would do this.

    I also uploaded some more pictures of the Modern kit. It is available in a Matte black or Gloss black.
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    I'm gonna have to watch this thead because if it goes on long enough I'd be in for a classic set. I just dropped 9 bills on a new set of SpeedHut gauges and the wife would kill me...

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    I'm starting the list. Should I add your name?

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    I will have to wait on this item. Even the custom rods in my area use the standard sealed beam headlamps, so it would not be right to use the projector lamps on my antique, stock vehicle.
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    I'd wire in the daytime running lights. The 113 green color is invisible with Texas foliage in the background so I always run with headlights on for that reason.
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    I like them as well and plan on putting a set on my resto project. If these are still up for grabs after the first of the year I will be sending an e-mail. I don't really care about period correct.....I WANNA SEE!
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    Trust me, with a clean 30 amp circuit and the relays powering a set of modern halon bulbs you can see just fine. I'm going to add a set of PIAA projector driving lights in the spring, I installed a seperate relay for them when I did the headlight relays. That is the only reason I'm not going for these, I wish this offer was made 6 months ago, I would have been top of the list.

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    We also have fog lights available for those who are creative/custom. They do not come with any wiring or brackets but will put out a boat load of light. You can aim them either as lower for fogs or level with your headlights.

    The pictures below have our Classic headlight kit as well as our fog kit.

    PS: The lights will be pushed further back in the pictures. He hasn't finished mounting them yet. Also one of his headlights is not aligned and has the wrong color bulb in it..
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    Whats the price on these?

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    $85 shipped with a halogen bulb (Normally $160 with harness/bulb). I have a PDF wiring diagram which will help you wire it up. Add $85 if you want an HID kit. That includes ballasts, bulbs (+$10 if you want yellow/3000K), and relay harness.

    Like I said before, you will have to be a little creative getting everything to work. This is just for the fog projectors and bulbs- no wiring. They sell a generic fog wiring harness on ebay for pretty cheap.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bens1088 View Post
    $85 shipped with a halogen bulb (Normally $160 with harness/bulb). I have a PDF wiring diagram which will help you wire it up. Add $85 if you want an HID kit. That includes ballasts, bulbs (+$10 if you want yellow/3000K), and relay harness.

    Like I said before, you will have to be a little creative getting everything to work. This is just for the fog projectors and bulbs- no wiring. They sell a generic fog wiring harness on ebay for pretty cheap.
    I'm pretty sure there are already provisions for foglights in the wiring harness, at the front of the car.
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    Quote Originally Posted by LeonV View Post
    I'm pretty sure there are already provisions for foglights in the wiring harness, at the front of the car.
    It should be fairly simple to wire then.
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    I will Buy a set!

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    I'm assuming this group buy is long done?

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