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  • #16
    I doubt its profit and if it is, it ain't much or worth the hassle.

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    • #17
      What current 2004+ cars come with Valeos?

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      • #18
        [quote="accord6"]E39 Xenon Projector



        does anyone know the lens diameter of the x5/e39 projectors?
        '96 BMW M3 Cosmos Blk/Blk

        Bosch bi-xenon projectors w/ d2s 6000k and 6000k HID h1 fogs

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        • #19
          ^ ~3inchs
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          • #20
            no muranos or fx's ?

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            • #21
              What's one of the shortest (length-wise) projectors available?
              1485+ WHP PTE Pro-Mod 94mm Supra TT (STi-R Lens/75w/XB 6500K)
              1128 WHP GTW3476 TT Camry V6 3.3L (TL-R / Philips XV)
              952 WHP PTE 6870 '94 Supra TT AT ATFSpeed (4TL-R / Osram CBH)
              625 WHP GT28RS TT '11 Infiniti G37XS (Morimoto M-LED)
              515 WHP GTW 62mm Lexus IS300 (MD2S 3.0 / 4TL-R / Philips X-Ultinon)
              Dynamotorsports.ca

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              • #22
                I would say Valeo single, Bosch single and Bosch from Golf/Bora.

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                • #23
                  Murano Bixenon Projector!!!











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                  • #24
                    Valeo single D1S Xenons, from a 2003 Jaguar XKR:











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                    • #25
                      Great forum guys this is a lot of help!! Now where can I get Valeo D2S projectors?!?!?! Thanks!!

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                      • #26
                        Originally posted by flippinvws
                        hello all, im a n00b to hids and this site, but i have started my collection of parts for hid's.

                        my first problem has come already and its with the projectors...

                        i bought a set of s4 lights from a 2000 audi.
                        the projectors were originally for h7 bulbs, will these work for hid applications?

                        secondly, one of the valeo projectors has a cut off bar on the top like the ones shown, and one has 2 cut off bars makin approx. a 1/2-1/4" gap for the light to shine through.....will this difference make any difference in the beam pattern??

                        thanks in advance.....
                        The H7 halogen projectors are NOT suitable for retrofitting with HID lamps. The shape of the reflector is not designed/shaped properly if a HID burner is fitted in place of the H7 halogen lamp this is the main cause for uncontrolled glare from retrofit projects.

                        The cut off shield that has the 1/3" window, is a US DOT pattern, the upper shield segment, reduces the excess foreground illumination/light intensity projected directly in front of the car, on the road surface. When the road is to bright up close, the reflected excess light causes the driver's eye pupils to contract smaller, reducing night time visual sensitivity a lot.

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                        • #27
                          Inside of the projector, there is a metal shield that blocks the light from exiting half of the projector..... you should understand how projectors work. But mine look like this:



                          It is marked with blue arrows.

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                          • #28
                            nice thread ... keep posting guys

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                            • #29
                              Which is the easiest oem projector to retrofit

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                              • #30
                                Originally posted by ashraf ezz View Post
                                Which is the easiest oem projector to retrofit
                                Depends.

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