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Old 11-06-2009, 06:32 PM   #1
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Default bi-xenon ebay projectors used as fog/driving lights?

so if anyone is aware of the self contained bi-xenon projectors on ebay they are pretty good quality and the cut off is razor sharp.


i had an idea the other night to have a machine shop make a bracket for them to mount on my bumper (in the upper corners of the lower opening in my 04 wrx bumper) and use them as fogs/driving lights. for the fogs the low beam i think would work since the cut off is nice and sharp. then for back roads switch on the highs (a motor moves the cut off out of the way) and you have alot of light.

any thoughts? its just an idea and i wont get around to doing this untill i clear out my factory headlights and put the bi-xenons in the stock lights.
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Old 11-07-2009, 02:19 AM   #2
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Old 11-08-2009, 12:24 AM   #3
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Those look pretty good. Do you have a pic of where they would be mounted exactly?
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Those look pretty good. Do you have a pic of where they would be mounted exactly?
no pics at the moment. imagine the lower opening on an 04 wrx (large opening in the bumper were the lisense plate sits.) i was thinking the upper corners of that opening.

then make a harness to turn them on, and switch between hi and low. obviously low beams would be used as fogs/running lights since the cut off and low placement would keep the light out of other drivers eyes. the high beams would blast light down the road when on back roads.
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