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Old 02-23-2012, 06:42 PM   #1
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I night at halo/ projector kit. Does anyone know where to get them installed the correct way? I just wanna make sure they are done right. There going on a 2006 cbr 600 rr
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Old 02-23-2012, 06:51 PM   #2
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It isn't difficult, there are some guides online to do it. You bake them around 220F and pull them apart and install them. Its pretty easy if your hands on and have done stuff like this before.

But do NOT attempt it if this is a first time thing for you. If You need assistance please message me.
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I think me and my friends tried it before on some car headlights and melted the lens a little. Scarred me from it lol. That's really the only part I'm worried about.
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I think me and my friends tried it before on some car headlights and melted the lens a little. Scarred me from it lol. That's really the only part I'm worried about.
Dont install 55w HIDs, only use the 35 watt and you should be fine man.
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Old 02-23-2012, 07:44 PM   #6
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Not sure what mine are. There in the mail lol. Got the kit from xdcycles. Had the color changing halos and 8k hid projectors
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it wont melt as fast if you use a heatgun. it melts pretty quick when you bake it. Otherwise, buy a second set of lights from ebay or w/e. about 200$ at most. some sell it for 150-179. a typical install costs about 250-300. =P so either way i guess.
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Old 02-24-2012, 03:51 PM   #8
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yeah im leaning toward the heat gun
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my buddy did it for me with and average hair dryer lol
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I install projectors all the time.

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i was gonna suggest using a heat gun/blow dryer but thats already been suggested.
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