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post #31 of 75 Old 08-05-2012, 10:34 PM
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super stoked on getting this man! I will post pics when theyre on

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post #32 of 75 Old 08-09-2012, 07:34 AM Thread Starter
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New Angel eye shroud painted midnight blue with a chrome housing.





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Here's a MEAN looking satin black set with a red LED ring.



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Satin black set with white angel eyes and white LED rings.

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post #35 of 75 Old 08-20-2012, 12:36 PM
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What would it run to get these into my tj.
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post #36 of 75 Old 08-21-2012, 09:28 AM Thread Starter
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What would it run to get these into my tj.
The pricing is the same for your TJ but you wont need can bus cancelers. That'll save you $20. You'd also get an H4 harness to interface with your stock wiring.

If you're interested please send me an email at HIDprojectors.com with what you'd like and we can work out a quote.
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I know the kj lights are 8" not 7" will the kit still work ?
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I know the kj lights are 8" not 7" will the kit still work ?
Also do you know if anyone makes aftermarket lights to fit the renegade light bar?
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post #40 of 75 Old 08-27-2012, 05:24 AM Thread Starter
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I know the kj lights are 8" not 7" will the kit still work ?
Yes, it can be done but with your own stock housings (not the ones in the kit).

I'd be happy to help - please shoot me an email at HIDprojectors@gmail.com and we can work out the details.

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In addition to the Mini Gatling Gun shroud which is the standard shroud offering, I'm pleased to announce the following optional shrouds:

These are UPGRADE prices and replace the Mini Gatling Gun shroud that comes with your projector order.

The ANGEL EYE SHROUD: $75 with white angel eyes.
This great looking shroud comes with an aperture cover and can house one angel eye.



The MONSTER GATLING GUN SHROUD: $100 with 1 set of angel eyes or $150 with 2 sets of white angel eyes.
This shroud can hold two angel eyes (if desired).


Customer pics (with red painted rings in the spot where the 2nd angel eye would normally go).






The SMOKE SHROUD: $75 with white angel eyes.
This is a translucent shroud with a slight bluish tint that can hold an angel eye. The entire shroud glows when lit.





The CLUBMAN SHROUD: $75 with white angel eyes.
Shown with a yellow angel eye, this one was inspired by the Mini Clubman. I think these would look great with angel eyes or with the light holes painted for a custom look.



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Thought I'd toss up a couple of pics to help define some terms and give an example of some pricing.









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post #43 of 75 Old 09-02-2012, 06:24 PM
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Could I reuse my IPH H4 housings? I bought them along with some IPF bulbs a couple months ago, and they work great, but I would LOVE to have some of these HID'S.

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Could I reuse my IPH H4 housings? I bought them along with some IPF bulbs a couple months ago, and they work great, but I would LOVE to have some of these HID'S.
Unfortunately no, my product uses special housings to allow the projector to seat and fit properly.
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Unfortunately no, my product uses special housings to allow the projector to seat and fit properly.
Dang. So I was trying to compile a list of what I needed since I can't reuse my IPF housings and came across this.

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I dont stock green LED rings, but could get green CCFL angel eyes.

Here's what you're pricing would look like if you wanted a fully assembled set with new lenses:

1) XTRA-LIGHT projector kit: $255
2 Bi-Xenon XTRA-LIGHT H1 Projectors
2 H1 bulbs in either 4300k or 6000k
2 35W DC Xentec Ballasts (or upgrade to 35W AC XTRA-LIGHT ballasts for $65)
1 H13 Harness to allow for an easy plug and play installation
2 Can bus cancellers
2 New housings

2) New lenses: $100

3) Labor for assembly: $100

4) Green angel eyes (CCFL): $50 - These would be installed on top of the shroud (see pic below for example).

5) Paint: $50 - Satin black housings. You could also have the shrouds painted for no extra cost.

Total: $255 (for the kit) + $100 (for lenses) + $100 (for assembly) + $50 (for angel eyes) + $50 (for paint) = $505 Shipping included.

If you chose to do this using your stock lights and did the assembly yourself, you could save $250 (give or take a few $$ for paint).

What do I not need since I have a TJ? I would like for you to do the assembly since I really would hate to screw up $250 lights. I wouldn't need you to paint them, I could do that myself. I would need new lenses right?

I love the green angle eyes. Do those only go on the inside ring and not the outside? I wish you could have some green LED rings. Those would be sweet. Sorry for all the questions. Lights, well electronics in general, are confusing to me.

-Jack
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