Discussion in 'Lighting DIY' started by AlienPrime, Apr 20, 2013.
It seems that we have to use the h7 adapter plate to fix it thanks
I'm not really sure what you're referring to... that's the normal parts list that comes with the mini h1 projectors? Did you buy a set of these projectors and it didn't come with the parts?
Lo ok this video TRS Tips: Morimoto Mini H1 6.0 Bi-xenon Retrofit on youtube the use a h4 adapter plate for the fix in and aligment of the projector in place, so i need to know if i have to use h7 orh1
H7 is the same bulb type as 9006. That's just a code.... "H7". H1 is the bulb type used in these projectors. I have no idea what you're referencing, but you'll use the parts in the exact order as shown in that pic I posted a few posts back. You should not have anything left over.
you won't have to use the adapter plate.. plus you'd have to do a lot of grinding to get it that flat :p
why didn't you use the adapter plate?
the rivets on the back of the housing stick out quite far. I didn't want to add the extra spacing, plus i really like how snug the projector sat without the plate on
updated with 50w signal resistor post #2
Really great looking lights. I wish I had them.
they're on sale!
I know. I never thought about doing them, until you posted that. Now I'm beginning to think about it, but
this project seems a little costly and complicated at the moment.
$69 / projectors
ballasts/bulbs can be purchased for ~$35 on ebay
wire harness can be purchased for ~$10-15 on ebay
~$119 + some silicone sealant for your headlights.
plus having your headlights out for at least 48 hours while they cure hahah
this is why i bought an extra set of headlights and took 2 months to do them lol! What would your wife say @Pauly99to17
I know what she would say. Sometimes it's better not to know.
Plus shipping and duties add another $119.00.
lol remember my rims? one rim got $510 customs fees, the other two got nothing, the fourth got $19 haha
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