Did you read his write up? He talks about cutting off the back of the housing to fit the projectors in.
It's not correct, it's doing it "on the cheap" and badly.
Bright, glaring, blinding bluish headlights found in ricers is doing it "on the cheap." Accomplished by adding cheap hid bulbs with too high of a kelvin rating to oem reflectors. This scatters the bright hid light, in the wrong places, often in an oncomers eye.
This YJ retrofit is hardly "on the cheap." I kept my write-up brief, but professional precautions were taken, like leveling of the modified housing back. These D2S hid bulbs are not the cheap hid kits found on ebay. Modifying the new headlight housing does not make this some crazy, illegal scheme. The only thing needed on the new housing is the clear glass lens. The reflector is useless since the light is being focused and projected through the FX projector. That's why it got painted silver.
There is no glare when looking at these lights. The camera on my bberry, used in the pics, sucks. So they are more for getting an idea of how different they look from stock halogen headlights.
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Check the prices on their products, now add them up, still think this is "on the cheap?"
It's unfortunate that my hard work and research on this project has attracted so many haters. I thought this forum gave props for originality and accomplishment.
Here is an updated pic of the light output after fine adjustments: