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Old 06-15-2013, 09:15 PM
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Output of one headlight as the other is down...

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Of course once I pull my other car in the way it works! Sooo whateve..

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Foglights as well:

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sweet , looks great
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Outputs!!

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Is that fogs alone? Are those projectors too? Any pics of your fogs
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Lights look awesome! You'll be really happy with the results.

Fogs look a bit high (aim-wise) and left side rotation is a bit off.
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Yup, was about to say the same thing, high and off on the rotation, but apart from that, very sweet lighting
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Yeah the fogs are a bit high... but not high enough to be a concern. I like to get the light to travel as far as possible. The projectors do a fine job of putting it to the ground. Not to mention the sharp cutoff means no glare either way.

Yeah I noticed that too about the fog...not sure anything can be done at this point though. I will even it out... eventually.

Here are just some random shots I took. I did get a new amp from JJ and now everything is working as it should.

Low beams on a small incline.



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Arth, I would like to ask you a few questions about your headlights and fog lights if you don't mind.

I'm driving a 2012 Doge Ram 1500 Express. Currently have HIDs for my Low/High beams.

1. Do projector headlights require an other than stock housing? Or could I use my stock housing? I've noticed that they are different.

2. I've been searching around and cannot find a decent "how to" for fog lights. How easy are they to install?

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1) Nope you can use the stock housing as I did in mine. The fxr projector is 2.5" and our stock projectors is 3" Many guys will half as it and leave a gap. You need another bezel to hide the space. Check out my thread. I would also recommend runing a OEM balast/bulb system to take the most advantage. Im running 4300K Phillips D2S with a Mishimoto ballast system,

2) Fog lights have lots of room but the are bit harder to install. Im in the process of installing FXR fog lights and I will let you know step by step. It is winter though lol so im being lazy.
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