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  • joon joon - civic si

    18 37.50%
  • offroadkarter - mercury marauder

    7 14.58%
  • RaZVaN - daewoo

    1 2.08%
  • cykaaro - jeep grand cherokee

    2 4.17%
  • bilinvic - ford f150 platinum

    5 10.42%
  • soundman98 - mitsu eclipse

    4 8.33%
  • Viper238 - ford f150 xlt

    1 2.08%
  • silveraltima44 - nissan altima

    1 2.08%
  • kasso - nissan maxima

    1 2.08%
  • blackcam09 - toyota camry

    8 16.67%
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Thread: March ROTM Voting

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    Senior Member LORD XENON gearbox's Avatar
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    very tough choice this month. lots of good entries

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    I really couldn't decide. But si did a good job.

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    Might as well give a good critique of all the entries

    Civic SI
    Good - double retrofit, good choices on all projectors
    Bad - Been done before, no output shots except the one glare shot

    Mercury Marauder
    Good - double retrofit again, looks like an old grandpa for some reason but very appealing
    Bad - horizontal aim may be off a smidge, would like to see a write up or something

    Daewoo
    Good - unique car, looks very clean
    Bad - all pictures the same

    Jeep Cherokee
    Good - Quad retrofit, looks good
    Bad - a bit too much going on with lighting in the front

    F150
    Good - Canadian haha, Very very clean (almost professionally done clean), good color choices
    Bad - Could have filled out the big headlight a little bit more

    Mitsubishi Eclipse
    Good - Looks really clean, DIY included (big plus)
    Bad - Could have used a bit better projector

    F150
    Good - Looks good!
    Bad - Very small projectors for a big light

    Nissan Altima

    Good - Looks like a small area to work with, so good projector placement
    Bad - A bit too much going on in the light areas with all the LEDs

    Nissan Maxima
    Good - Good cutoff
    Bad - Not very many or good quality pictures to judge from

    Toyota Camry
    Good - very OEM looking, great cutoff
    Bad - You took the second pic a bit too low or high because the colors are slightly different. Thats my only critique, your photography skills :P

    Either way nobody will know who i voted for :P

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    Quote Originally Posted by MechEngg View Post
    Might as well give a good critique of all the entries
    Toyota Camry
    Good - very OEM looking, great cutoff
    Bad - You took the second pic a bit too low or high because the colors are slightly different. Thats my only critique, your photography skills :P

    Either way nobody will know who i voted for :P
    Lmao thanks bro, I'm going for the OEM look when I modify my car. Haha yeah I took it too low so you can see the color flicker effect. Plus I took it with my phone a samsung s2 with a 8 megapixel camera. I guess I need to step up my photography skill!
    Headlight retrofit (low beams):
    RX330 Projectors with blue painted stock shields (Limiter removed)
    TSX-R Clear lenses
    Matsushita Gen V Ballasts
    Osram 66240CBI D2S (5000K) Bulbs
    High beams: Mtec super white (4350k) bulbs
    Blackout housings with stock chrome rings
    Morimoto relay harness

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    I think joon joon has this one wrapped up lol


    Quote Originally Posted by MechEngg View Post
    Mercury Marauder
    Good - double retrofit again, looks like an old grandpa for some reason but very appealing
    Bad - horizontal aim may be off a smidge, would like to see a write up or something
    I have a defective bulb in the drivers side, so that isn't helping any. I built my housings with horizontal and vertical adjustment, so even though they are rotationally correct, if I ever have to fix it, I can
    http://www.hidplanet.com/forums/show...R-1.1-Retrofit


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    1985 BMW 745i - ECE Halogens Woo Hoo

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    you never know, usually 50-60 voters so we are only half way

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    I told you joon joon has this one wrapped up, I've been in enough forum "of the months" to know when someone is gonna do a clean sweep lol


    1996 Ford Bronco - Morimoto Gen 3 H1 / 3Five Ballasts / Morimoto 5000K H1 / Generic 9007 harness
    2004 Mercury Marauder - Morimoto FX-R 1.1 / 3Five Ballasts / Osram Xenarc 66240 CBI / TRS HD 9007 harness
    1985 BMW 745i - ECE Halogens Woo Hoo

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    where's the entry thread at? i thought you guys used to put a link for it in the first post. not a link to the same thread i'm viewing lol

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    i thought it would be easier to put both links (voting and submissions) on the buzz page. but here it is.http://www.hidplanet.com/forums/show...st-Submissions

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