Custom built HID Retrofits "FOR SALE"

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  1. RSiWORKS

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    OK, the "ORIGINAL" set up the projector was ONLY a low beam and the inside reflector bowl was the hi beam.
    NOW the upgraded projector is a LOW and HI beam in one(Bi-Xenon) NEWMH1 6.0.
    The old hi beam reflector bowl is now your "OFF-ROAD" lights. Reason I say off road is because it throws out a lot of light and wouldn't recommend using it on road.
    In my set I have on my truck I put in a HID bulb and a 55watt Ballast in the old hi beam reflector bowl and now it's shooting out twice the amount of light with just my hi beams from the projectors.
    This is what I'm offering in the Level 3&4 builds.
    These builds can also be custom to whatever you want, it doesn't have to follow what I have listed in the Level builds. Price can go down or up depending on what you want.
    FULLY CUSTOMIZABLE.

    So when your off roading turn on your projector hi's AND your reflector bowls to shoot out a TON of light.

    I'm even thinking about putting in amber HID bulbs in the reflector bowls for using in hi dust areas or snowy conditions
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    You seriously can't ask for any thing better in this small package. lol

    I hope this answers your question.

    YES, I can do them in any color you want but "Pink"
    BIRDMAN said he had the rights to that color and no one else could use it.
    Sorry! :secret:
     
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    Would you do dual projectors in both rather than have an off road light and a projector? Or would there be an issue with that?
     
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    I've been looking into this for quite some time.
    Problem is it's a completely different leveling system so the custom mounting bracket I have will not work there plus the socket is not as deep.
    There might be something in the future but I've not proceeded any further because I need to know that there will be interest in these lights.
    PLUS to do something like that would make it even MORE expensive.
    These projectors, bulbs, Ballasts are pricey but great quality.
    I thought about mounting just a projector lens in front of the reflector bowl just to make it look like a projector.
    It would focus the beam more without a cut off in front.
    This still could happen just need to do some more R&D on it.
     
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    I was just curious. I've been wanting some retrofitted recons. My friend did my retrofit & it looks good, but if you pop the hood you'll see how he destroyed the light & they get condensation in them easy even after trying to reseal them. I'm looking for a good retrofit in the next few months after I finish my engine mids. I'd look for a clean, simple all matte black setup (Everything that can possibly be painted), without the halos, but with those sequential turn sigs. I'd want the upgraded HIDS as well for both the projector & off road lights. Shoot me a pricing for that setup when you have a chance.
     
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    Some lights get condensation because they don't have "enough" ventilation.
    The heat from the lights is a lot more with the HIDs.
    You might need to drill a few 1/8" holes into the back of it to allow for some of that heat to escape. Cover the holes with some fabric like/ hockey tape to stop crap from going in.
    I'll figure up a price and pm you a quote.
     
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    No, if you see my lights ull see that he cracked the housing opening it up. It only gets condensation when it rains. He did a terrible job opening & sealing it.
     
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    I forgot to ask, can the sequential turn signals be completely amber & not switchbacks going from white to amber when engaged? I'd like to match the amber lights that come on the truck stop.
     
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    The sequential turn signals are only amber. They only come on with the turn signal.
    They are not switch backs.
     
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    oh alright, then that's perfect.
     
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