Did you come on here and sign up just so you can tell people here they're in the wrong? Their cars, they can do as they want. Move along troll.
I'm just going to assume you know nothing of how insurance companies work or you just enjoy acting as if you know it all? Also welcome to the board, feel free to read more and post less. Good dayThank you for the welcome to the forum.
Just a heads-up, I'm just saying they're illegal. If you have them and get in an accident at night, and if it's a bad one, the insurance companies will be all over the cars to blame someone/something else to eliminate their payout. If they find an illegal modification, the reason for the crash, no matter what else happened, will be that you couldn't see, or you blinded the other car. You can lose everything getting sued with the insurance company withdrawn from their end of the deal.
It's like if your water heater explodes and burns your house down, they will investigate. If they find some self-service wiring in another part of the house, unrelated to the heater, they will deny coverage because the house wasn't to code. It happens.
I'm with you 100%.
Above you said, "their cars, they can do as they want". Sooo... when the ricers want blue headlights and green turn signal lights, and cover their tail lights with black film, that's OK, right? Or hillbillies want to raise their trucks so high that the center of gravity is unstable and bumpers are about head level with a normal car? Laws are in place for vehicle uniformity and safety for the driver and oncoming traffic. They give tickets around here messing with headlights.I'm just going to assume you know nothing of how insurance companies work or you just enjoy acting as if you know it all? Also welcome to the board, feel free to read more and post less. Good day
Where did you get the projector kits for $200?It's not really too expensive to retrofit projectors into your headlights. I am also not a huge fan of slapping an HID kit into a halogen reflector.
I just picked up a Morimoto Mini H1 projector for cheap to retrofit into my winter beater. Car is only worth like $500 but I can't stand the stock headlights and I don't feel like slapping HIDs on and blinding everyone.
The projector with HID kit was under $200. I got a quote of $300 labour but I'm probably just going to do it myself.
I know that theretrofitsource.com is a great place for projectors and HID'sWhere did you get the projector kits for $200?
Any HID kit in a stock reflector housing causes massive glare unless you get it retrofitted..I'm new to this but I wanted to put in a morimoto kit, would the Headlight housing give me trouble in terms of glare? Just curious because I see other members who have and they seem to love it.
honestly I've seen people use 15amp 20amp 30amp 40amp...I have the wiring harness to install HID's on my truck but its missing the fuse between the plug ins and the battery. What size fuse should I use? I'm using 35w ballast.