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Thread: LIGHTWERKZ HID Projector Retrofits, Angel Eyes, Painting, HID Systems, Technical Support, & More!

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    EJ brought his 2006 Yamaha R1 over for some custom light modifications. He provided 2 Morimoto 35w H7 Kits, one for the high beam and one for the low beam. He also provided 4 red angel eye rings to be mounted inside the headlights; one pair on the projectors and the other on the reflectors. Red LED pods were mounted all around the bike for a unique look. The angel eye rings and LED's were wired to a custom switch mounted on the left side of the motorcycle. We are very pleased with the outcome, feel free to check it out!

















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    Could you please share your experience in how to open up the Chevrolet Cruze headlights? I would gladley send you my headlights but i live in Europe and cant afford shiping and customs cost, etc. I need as much info on opening up the lights as i can get before i dive into doing it, because i realy dont want to crack my headlights doing it.
    So please give me some tips, will be much much appreciated

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    We use the common oven heating method. Key here is heat and additional time to soften the perma-seal. So have it inside the oven for about 25 mins at a time. Then get under the lens cover so you can break it free from the back housing. Use a set of snap ring pliers to get around the edge. You may need to get the headlights into the oven a few times if you want to take it easy.
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    Unsatisfied with his plug and play setup on the new Impreza, Charles had a set of brand new housings drop shipped from a Subaru dealership. He chose the Stage 2 RX330/TSX-R combo for the low beam, and the Morimoto H1 Bixenon system for the high beam. A set of 90mm rings were mounted on the high beam projector, and 100mm for the low beam. The housings were left unpainted on this conversion to retain an OEM look. Additional koito sealant was added to prevent condensation. This system is wired to have all 4 low beams at once, and whenever the high beam is activated the Morimoto H1 Bixenon switches to high beam mode. If you have any questions, please let us know!



















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    Ean requested a high performance bixenon projector conversion on his 2003 Ford Ranger. The new Morimoto FXR 3.0 fit the housings nicely, along with the Extended E46 shroud. The housings were painted jet black with a gloss clear coat. The turn signals, which are not pictured, were also painted this color. These headlights are being powered by OEM Osram CBI bulbs, OEM Denso ballasts, and a plug and play wiring harness. Please let us know if you have any questions!



















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    Quote Originally Posted by LightWerkz View Post
    We use the common oven heating method. Key here is heat and additional time to soften the perma-seal. So have it inside the oven for about 25 mins at a time. Then get under the lens cover so you can break it free from the back housing. Use a set of snap ring pliers to get around the edge. You may need to get the headlights into the oven a few times if you want to take it easy.
    Thank you very much Just one more thing, to what temperature is it best to heat the oven? I saw somewhere its best at 250 F...

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    We set the oven at 240 degrees F, others may set it a bit higher.
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    Stuart sent over a brand new set of OEM Replica headlights for his 2002 Honda CR-V to have retrofitted. He chose the Mini H1 Bixenon conversion package with the Gatling Gun V1 Shrouds and a 5000k HID system. We installed the new xB LED angel eyes behind the shrouds for a unique look. The lights were left in original chrome/amber in order to preserve somewhat of an OEM appearance. Please let us know if you have any questions regarding this conversion. Thank you.



























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    Bill sent over his 2011 Kawasaki Ninja headlights for a proper HID projector conversion. Both the low and high beam reflectors were retrofitted with the Morimoto Mini H1 Bixenon projectors. The internals of the lights were blacked out and 90mm angel eye rings were mounted on the mini gatling gun shrouds. These lights will be wired up so that both projectors work as low and high beam function. Please let us know if you have any questions.















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    Joe had us convert his 2010 Nissan Altima with the H1 Bixenon projectors and Bullet shrouds. These shrouds fill in the reflector almost perfectly which is why they were chosen. The side amber reflector was removed. The original permanent sealant was removed and replaced with the koito butyl rubber sealant. If you have any questions, please let us know. Thank you!





















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