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post #1 of 26 (permalink) Old 09-05-2010, 11:16 AM Thread Starter
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Gen 4 Headlights Installed Plus HIDs

AS per title indicates, newly installed. Ths HIDs are 4300K (same as most OEM HIDs for max light output). Jus snapped a few picks when I installed it.

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Looks sick man!


(paint that grill black already!)
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(paint that grill black already!)
thanks, yeah I gotta do that, I suck at painting though...

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thanks, yeah I gotta do that, I suck at painting though...
its just point and spray! lol
getchu some flat black spray paint, pop the grill out, take the grill away from any other objects and just spray a coat, let it sit, spray a coat, let it sit...etc!

you got this bro, i have faith in you! lol
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its just point and spray! lol
getchu some flat black spray paint, pop the grill out, take the grill away from any other objects and just spray a coat, let it sit, spray a coat, let it sit...etc!

you got this bro, i have faith in you! lol
ahah thanks man,

I did it a few times for some stuff and if you have advice on this it would be nice. THe problem I always have is the fact I don't have a garage and whenever I start painting there is always some bugs or dust or something that gets stuck on my painting surface. It's really a pain the the (_._).

What do you do? Or do you have a garage? ahah.... darn it..

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ahah thanks man,

I did it a few times for some stuff and if you have advice on this it would be nice. THe problem I always have is the fact I don't have a garage and whenever I start painting there is always some bugs or dust or something that gets stuck on my painting surface. It's really a pain the the (_._).

What do you do? Or do you have a garage? ahah.... darn it..
Well, since I live in an apartment, I HAZ NO GARAGE, so I just did it out in the parking lot. It will be ok. I mean, its the grill, its on the outside of your car, its going to get dirty.
Unless a huge bug or mud ball lands on it, youre fine.

I even did my interior pieces out in the parking lot too! And they came out close to perfect!
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Looks good. Did you wire them up so that they stay on with the high beams also?
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Yeah which HIDS did you get? Single or the bi-xenon ones?

and also, where did you get them from?
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Looks sexy with that gmpp ground effects kit on the front. Props for a nice ride.
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