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Re: 4300k bulbs a bit yellowish?

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you need smaller if you are embedding in a oem housing.

if you scroll that thread you can see exactly what I used.

the retrofitsource now sells some small ones. like a 2 inch lens.

the hard part was making sure I set up the cut off correctly.
Yeah, I definitely didn't plan on putting a mini in the OEM housing. It's way too damn small. You roll quad Mini's right?
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Re: 4300k bulbs a bit yellowish?

no my headlights are HELLA E55 or were they are sold/

4 x HELLA E55 makes HELLA LIGHT i connected the cutoff blades to the bright switch. and then the yellow projectors. all 6 with halos. it was a spaceship/
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Re: 4300k bulbs a bit yellowish?

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no my headlights are HELLA E55 or were they are sold/

4 x HELLA E55 makes HELLA LIGHT i connected the cutoff blades to the bright switch. and then the yellow projectors. all 6 with halos. it was a spaceship/
I would certainly say so. What made you go with the Hella E55's for that retrofit? What are you rocking now?
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Re: 4300k bulbs a bit yellowish?

im selling my wk so its back to stock....even an amber turn bulb YUK/

at the time the H1 mini solution wasnt there. I wanted bi xenon. they fit/

the e55 is one of the best OEM projectors ever made.
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im selling my wk so its back to stock....even an amber turn bulb YUK/

at the time the H1 mini solution wasnt there. I wanted bi xenon. they fit/

the e55 is one of the best OEM projectors ever made.
Why are you selling your WK and what are you trying to buy next? Also, I can't dispute the e55 claim, Have you seen their newish E-55 EVOX-R? It look's pretty damn sick!
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Re: 4300k bulbs a bit yellowish?

yeah the new ones are SIK/

i never really got ATTACHED to my WK. i never drove it. it 07 with 11K miles. i tried to make it mine by modding the F out of it but that didnt work. Its worth quite a bit right now so the timing is right/

replacement I have no clue. the old XJ will suffice while I search for something new. am also looking for a classic to focus my MOD BUG ON/
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yeah the new ones are SIK/

i never really got ATTACHED to my WK. i never drove it. it 07 with 11K miles. i tried to make it mine by modding the F out of it but that didnt work. Its worth quite a bit right now so the timing is right/

replacement I have no clue. the old XJ will suffice while I search for something new. am also looking for a classic to focus my MOD BUG ON/
That's very surprising, I figured you would have driven the f*** out of it. lol
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Re: 4300k bulbs a bit yellowish?

me too/
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me too/
It's such an attractive vehicle lol. What HID kit did you roll with that prior setup?
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Re: 4300k bulbs a bit yellowish?

i had some flashtech ballasts. their top of the line lifetime/ then 4 4300K phillips capsules/
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i had some flashtech ballasts. their top of the line lifetime/ then 4 4300K phillips capsules/
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