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    I am looking to buy some very low profile dot projector headlights,hid or zenon,.I am thinking something like 1.5 - 2" diameter lenses...I need small lights...do these exist?something to bolt on and have adjustment for alignment?.Ideas?.What about low profile halogen even?.I have looked at lots of low profile driving lights but i am pretty sure they are not a dot substitute for headlights lol.Thanks,

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    Re: Low profile projector headlight kit...does one exist?

    Originally posted by lamboman
    I am looking to buy some very low profile dot projector headlights,hid or zenon,.I am thinking something like 1.5 - 2" diameter lenses...I need small lights...do these exist?something to bolt on and have adjustment for alignment?.Ideas?.What about low profile halogen even?.I have looked at lots of low profile driving lights but i am pretty sure they are not a dot substitute for headlights lol.Thanks,
    I used to have this DRIVING LIGHT on my JDM MKIV Supra's custom made headlamp.
    Its not projector but small enough. It works really good.


    http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/NEW-H...Q5fAccessories

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      Re: Low profile projector headlight kit...does one exist?

      http://www.rallylights.com/hella/Default.aspx

      The Hella's are DOT approved.

      Bob
      Bob custom '84 Fiero SE --->>> custom F408
      http://www.madmechanics.com/forum/cu...ilepic37_1.gif

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        Re: Low profile projector headlight kit...does one exist?

        http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/UNIVE...Q5fAccessories
        Without talent experience is worthless

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          Re: Low profile projector headlight kit...does one exist?

          http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/Unive...Q5fAccessories

          http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/Unive...Q5fAccessories

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            Re: Low profile projector headlight kit...does one exist?

            Try taking a look at some of the newer motorcycles, their headlights could be disassembled and used, something like a R1 or R6.

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              Re: Low profile projector headlight kit...does one exist?

              Originally posted by HTXtremes
              Try taking a look at some of the newer motorcycles, their headlights could be disassembled and used, something like a R1 or R6.
              did some body say R1?

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                Re: Low profile projector headlight kit...does one exist?

                Originally posted by Twilight Z
                Originally posted by HTXtremes
                Try taking a look at some of the newer motorcycles, their headlights could be disassembled and used, something like a R1 or R6.
                did some body say R1?
                Your rides? they are HOT!

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                  Re: Low profile projector headlight kit...does one exist?

                  yes sir! actually i just sold the yamaha tz250 gp bike to help fund my next projects. i said i would never sale it because it is a collectors item and pretty rare as far as tz250's go but......i needed the funds to get my next two projects under way. i still have the R1 as well as an R6 so i wont miss the tz250 too much

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                    Re: Low profile projector headlight kit...does one exist?

                    Originally posted by Twilight Z
                    yes sir! actually i just sold the yamaha tz250 gp bike to help fund my next projects. i said i would never sale it because it is a collectors item and pretty rare as far as tz250's go but......i needed the funds to get my next two projects under way. i still have the R1 as well as an R6 so i wont miss the tz250 too much
                    You can only collect and drive so many toys at once.. And when you live up north in this winter wonderland you have the toys parked in a garage and can't do anything other than stare at them for 6 months a year..
                    [img]http://img100.imageshack.us/img100/8214/mrferrari1kk7.jpg[/img][img]http://img526.imageshack.us/img526/6500/antfw3.gif[/img]

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                      Re: Low profile projector headlight kit...does one exist?

                      Originally posted by Mr Ferrari
                      Originally posted by Twilight Z
                      yes sir! actually i just sold the yamaha tz250 gp bike to help fund my next projects. i said i would never sale it because it is a collectors item and pretty rare as far as tz250's go but......i needed the funds to get my next two projects under way. i still have the R1 as well as an R6 so i wont miss the tz250 too much
                      You can only collect and drive so many toys at once.. And when you live up north in this winter wonderland you have the toys parked in a garage and can't do anything other than stare at them for 6 months a year..

                      So true...it is tough having the toys parked away for so much of the year.

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                        Re: Low profile projector headlight kit...does one exist?

                        I use to think that Hella's were just over priced lights. After seeing the difference between the Hella's and the cheap stuff, I was blown again by the Hellas. Ever with the same bulb the Hellas look 30% brighter.

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                          Re: Low profile projector headlight kit...does one exist?

                          Originally posted by Brastic
                          I use to think that Hella's were just over priced lights. After seeing the difference between the Hella's and the cheap stuff, I was blown again by the Hellas. Ever with the same bulb the Hellas look 30% brighter.
                          its reflectors angles are all tested...saw a picts how they do it...forgotten where...
                          I spent about $600+ for the pair (the one i shown above) when they first came out its really amazing..
                          by judging its size, u wont expect it is that good...every single penny is well spent on it.

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                            Re: Low profile projector headlight kit...does one exist?

                            http://www.rallylights.com/Hella_50mm_Modules.aspx

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                              Re: Low profile projector headlight kit...does one exist?

                              some great headlights...let me ask this...what is the difference between driving lights and headlights,will there be a noticible difference in the beam pattern? and using driving lights as compared to headlight in canada will there be a difference from a dmv or saftey standpoint?.

                              On another note is there any drop in rectangular shaped headlights out there?...slim like inch and a half high by 3 or 4" long?.I know mid 90's camaro,grand prix had some sealed beams but hard to come buy and very expensive for what they are.

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