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Old 06-05-2012, 01:08 PM   #16 (permalink)
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Homer - Can you take a picture of the way you installed those LED lights inside the projection headlight housing...
I didn't take a picture of installing them but I epoxy'd the led ring to the inside of the projector assembly facing the lens. The kit i bought fit pretty good almost like it was meant to be there. I just got hit again and I will be replacing the headlight so this time I will take pictures of the full install.
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Old 02-10-2013, 11:06 PM   #17 (permalink)
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Just my opinion

I bought these Halos for my Sol.

They are about $20 worth of LED and a $5 box. No connectors, no instructions and to make it even better they dont fit.

I highly recommend that you not buy them.

They look pretty on the bench but they are way overpriced and a science project to get installed.
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do you have the measurements? might be worth knowing so you can buy everything seperate and do it yourself.
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Just my opinion

I bought these Halos for my Sol.

They are about $20 worth of LED and a $5 box. No connectors, no instructions and to make it even better they dont fit.

I highly recommend that you not buy them.

They look pretty on the bench but they are way overpriced and a science project to get installed.
Rob - Which "Halos" are you referring to in your post?
I saw a link (my yesterday reading to catch up) that TS posted that I'm interested in, It gave me an idea for a vary nice project....
Mark - Can you post that link again, thanks!
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theretrofitsource.com (under Accessories) - Rob's halos were from somewhere else, which is why I suggested TRS's as replacements.
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theretrofitsource.com (under Accessories) - Rob's halos were from somewhere else, which is why I suggested TRS's as replacements.
Thank TS for the link....
Now I need to find some time for this project....
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These are 6 times britghter(see under Items specifics) than the CCFL lights from theretrofitsource:

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These are 6 times britghter(see under Items specifics) than the CCFL lights from theretrofitsource:
The TRS ones we're talking about are the xBaled ones - which are LED-based also. (Besides, would you believe everything you read on eBay? )
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Thank TS for the link....
Now I need to find some time for this project....
Hey Marvic, did you ever end up doing this project?
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I did the halo's about 10 months ago, have worked for about that long, but beginning to notice LED's going out. Life time warranty from the manufacturer, but a pain in the butt to do them again. Will redo the ones I have, but doubt I do the second car with them, even with how much I like them.
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yea I was thinking about it since I'm taking the headlight apart anyway. but I want to see if there is a way to setup battery operated ones that I could possibly change out the battery out.. anywho I'll see what I come up with.. There has to be a way to do this with like AA batteries and setup a box where its easy to change out the batteries that way I don't have to mess with the wiring of the actual car and just have a remote or something that turns em on and off. (thinking about halos and demon eyes.) I like the look.
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Hey Marvic, did you ever end up doing this project?
No I did not have this done to my car.
I have other lighting mods that would interfere or distract with the halo's...
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yea I was thinking about it since I'm taking the headlight apart anyway. but I want to see if there is a way to setup battery operated ones that I could possibly change out the battery out.. anywho I'll see what I come up with.. There has to be a way to do this with like AA batteries and setup a box where its easy to change out the batteries that way I don't have to mess with the wiring of the actual car and just have a remote or something that turns em on and off. (thinking about halos and demon eyes.) I like the look.
The best Halo's that been done for the SKY are the ones Tammy (Fidget) got. If you search I sure you will find pictures of them They were professionally installed, very expensive!!
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