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E55s looking good. These are about done. Had to do some repainting but close to finished Jonathan. :thumbsup:


Hope you enjoy! Sorry for the quality as I was in a hurry. :tongue:

They are level but in some of the views my car is at an angle. ;)








http://www.haknslash.com/pictures/HID/lucent lighting/SRTeaze/lowbeamparkinglot.jpgCheck out the driver side high beam in action. Bi-xenon FTW!




Crappy road shot but whatever :frogtongu




Another crappy blurry pic but you get the idea ;)

 

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Everytime you post up pics it reminds me how bad I need these. I'm serious too. I almost hit a black stray dog some time ago and just about shat my pants. There are no street lights where I live so it gets dark on moonless nights. All I could think about was the nice big intercooler I just got. I stopped about a foot away! :stab:
 

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Everytime you post up pics it reminds me how bad I need these. I'm serious too. I almost hit a black stray dog some time ago and just about shat my pants. There are no street lights where I live so it gets dark on moonless nights. All I could think about was the nice big intercooler I just got. I stopped about a foot away! :stab:
Retros is definitely the way to go for true HID lighting to give you the results. I can't tell you how many times I've had a similar instance where something runs out infront of me while driving. The good thing about doing a retro is how far the beam can be thrown and cleanly, so you can see. With halogen my reaction time to seeing a animal was pratically non-existant just because you can't see them until you're right up on them. With HID projectors, I can usually spot the animal well ahead infront of me. So much that I can usually have enough time to ease on the brakes and have time to make decisions on where I'd need to point my car if it tries to dart out. Really makes night time driving like you have with daytime confidence level. It's worth the investment as its not just a "mod" for looks :thumbsup:
 

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HEHE, I almost wrecked trying to hold the camera semi-steady and drive to get that shot. Notice my car is heading straight (nice ditch approaching :stab: ) but I'm heading towards a curved section of the road :wah?!: :rofl:

I had to grab the wheel quick because I didn't want to drop my camera trying to save from wrecking :rofl:
 
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