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2007 Acura MDX Quad-Xenon Retrofit with Switchback Halos

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  • 2007 Acura MDX Quad-Xenon Retrofit with Switchback Halos

    Hey all!
    First post here but i've lurked for a long time and learned a lot from you all.
    Got a good deal from lightwerkz for Labor Day Sale but barely got around to installing their kit.
    Decided to go 50w Morimoto D2S 5.0 5000K Quad-Xenon setup with Profile Switchback Halos on the wife's MDX.
    It isn't perfect but hope you all enjoy. Did it to improve visibility for wife as she wasn't comfortable driving at night and she's in love now.


    -David















    Last edited by DMendez7; November 24th, 2019, 10:21 PM.

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    50 watt quad xenons must be as bright as daylight. Nice.
    Subaru Outback retrofit:
    http://www.hidplanet.com/forums/show...aru-Outback-H6
    License plate lights with dual brightness:
    https://www.hidplanet.com/forums/for...hen-backing-up

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    • #3
      Originally posted by Crossgolf View Post
      50 watt quad xenons must be as bright as daylight. Nice.
      It really is! Best part about driving the MDX at night is how quickly other drivers shut off their high beams when I flash them. Nobody likes drivers who intentionally drive with their high beams on.

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      • #4
        Ok so you only install the Morimoto D2s projectors on the Daylight section correct ? and the stock lowbeam Bi xenon still there but with Profile Halos ?
        Last edited by gold94corolla; January 10th, 2020, 07:22 PM.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by Le7316 View Post
          Ok so you only install the Morimoto D2s projectors on the Daylight section correct ? and the stock lowbeam Bi xenon still there but with Profile Halos ?
          These models don’t have bixenons originally. He installed the projector into the high beam reflector.

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          • #6
            Could use some adjustments on rotational, otherwise good job on the retrofit

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