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How to make Metro Projector Headlights for Cheap...; Really Really cheap...
Topic Started: Apr 11 2010, 11:19 PM (16,742 Views)
metro_fiend
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any other projector headlights that work good? Off any other cars
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metro_fiend
Nov 20 2010, 10:49 AM
any other projector headlights that work good? Off any other cars
Yeah, right here http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=290501165792. only $28 :P
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Yeah
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bogs
Apr 12 2010, 09:36 AM
Nice write up :)
:banana great write up i will be doing these to my 96 geo metro i think i will go with the 3" 2000+ bmw projectors i will be posting pics on that soon
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You said one would 'lose' high beam - don't that fail a state's vehicle inspection?
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ComradeChaos
Mar 14 2011, 10:08 PM
You said one would 'lose' high beam - don't that fail a state's vehicle inspection?
We're in Alabama, no inspection.
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Very nice, wish i had a set
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any more detailed updates on how to do this? Once i find some projectors at local pick and pull i'll be doing this! i found you posted on another forum with some more info.

was curious how you did the vacuum thing and how well they worked and what PVC pipe you used to cover as the "shield"..

love them though!
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Mar 14 2011, 10:22 PM
ComradeChaos
Mar 14 2011, 10:08 PM
You said one would 'lose' high beam - don't that fail a state's vehicle inspection?
We're in Alabama, no inspection.
could you set this up lower in your bumper, disconnect your regular high beams, use your regular high beam wiring and you would have your regular low beams and the projectors for high beam??
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Honestly, I was thinking about running a set of Hella's in the front for my high beams.
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I know it's kind of an old thread, but since I played a part in these headlights I think a good option for people wanting high beams still would be to go with an e55 bixenon projector. It has a solenoid that moves a shield up and down for low and high beam. So the low and high beam are all in one unit with one bulb fillament.
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Just did this mod to the ol geo last night. So much better then before.
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The local u-pull-and-pay has a bunch of 90's Lexus cars with what appear to be projectors. Will those work for this mod?
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