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    I have a brand new 2013 GTR and the HIDs are not bad but they could be sharper and have a little more color. I'm probably going to adjust the cutoff to be sharper and have more color. I just need to know who makes the internal HID projector and what is the size of the lens. Does anyone have pics of the inner workings of the GTR headlight?

    Thanks!
    Performed 75 HID projector retroes

    Specifically for Honda Prelude

    Author of the Automotive Lighting FAQ

    Bosch Master

  • #2
    Whoa!! A GT-R? Congrats man. Do you mind posting a pic of the Godzilla

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    • #3
      Email TRS. They seem to know all the car/projector match ups

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      • #4
        I'll be looking for the GTR with pretty lights

        (I'm not far from Arlington)

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        • #5
          Yeah post pics! And good for you for not being to scared to modify the lights on that.

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          • #6
            Well there goes your warranty!

            (On a serious note, love the GTR)
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            • #7
              ^^^ Haha
              RX350BX (EU) | STI-R | XB35 Ballasts| HD Relay | 66240 CBI | JDM AStar LED Int. | AFSpec LED Ext.

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              • #8
                LOL those are some good Memes, I think they use a 2.5in lens. I noticed when we had one in that the projector output was sub par for such a badass car

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by Sean Lezner View Post
                  ^^^ Haha
                  This^^^

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by johnygezony View Post
                    LOL those are some good Memes, I think they use a 2.5in lens. I noticed when we had one in that the projector output was sub par for such a badass car
                    High end cars don't often have good projectors. Well, nothing fancy at least. Then again you don't buy a GTR for the HIDs haha so I guess OP can't complain, I'm sure they do decent though. AFAIK Nissan only ever screwed up with the 350z projectors, those were just silly.

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by Faites777
                      Nice. "Author of ALFAQ". >> update the link http://faqlight.shopower.com/
                      GTR(R35) probably uses the same projector unit(Koito) as other G-series since the headlights are similar in shape.

                      I'll be sure to update the sig....obviously we don't update the alfaq anymore because thus forum pretty much has everything. Good thought on the g series idea.
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                      Performed 75 HID projector retroes

                      Specifically for Honda Prelude

                      Author of the Automotive Lighting FAQ

                      Bosch Master

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                      • #12
                        I dont think the G's used Koitos.. I'm also pretty certain the sedan and coupe had different manufacturers.

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                        • #13
                          My fav. color on GTRs

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                          • #14
                            white is best for any car if you keep it clean. i would be afraid to open those headlamps being that they cost more than my whole car lol.

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                            • #15
                              Gtr is a cool car, but with the money I would drop on one I could buy something cheap like a 240sx and well be able to launch it into space.
                              But that's just me.

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