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Old 05-21-09, 09:48 PM
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FC3S Turbo HID headlight conversion

I just ordered these replacements for the flip ups , anyone have these installed yet? pics? Opinions?
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Old 05-21-09, 11:41 PM
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do you have a link to what you ordered? Your question isnt specific enough. But yeah theres alot of guys who have HID conversions in their car.. *expect to get a few different answers on what is the correct way to do it though*
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did you get the h6054 housings that can fit bulbs like h4s? i want to order some.
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did you get the h6054 housings that can fit bulbs like h4s? i want to order some.

don't waste your time or money. I did and I even put Silverstar H4 bulbs in them, and they suck ***. The standard Silverstar sealed beams are brighter and sharper light. Just my $.02
Sorry now back to the HID topic.......carry on.
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it depends on the housing
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i have a hi low h4 hid kit laying around too, i need to find some legit housings for them not some ebay ****
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