that looks sweet! how hard was that to do?
QbanCgar...It really wasnt all that hard, just had to be creative and kinda make it up as i went along. I knew from the start how i wanted to use relays and wire up the HIDs to run their full power using the reverse light as a trigger but the creative part was making the bulb fit. I got some twist-in bulb housings at the junkyard then modified them so i could epoxy the HID bulb in, so when i finished i basically had a twist in HID bulb that was ready to be plugged into the ballast. Overall i'm very happy with how it came out and its very helpful backing up at night with 2% tint on every window
gotta say, i'm lovin' that look!
looks good. any problems with the heat from the bulbs?
sgtowing, no problems so far. If I leave them on you can feel the housing warm up but they're never really on for long enough to be an issue
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