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Quad Projector Headlights

Discussion in 'VE Holden Commodore (2006 - 2013)' started by klavins, Sep 7, 2015.

  1. klavins

    klavins New Member

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    I've got SSV headlights with one set of projector lamps but want to install a second set for quad projectors.
    Is there a guide or anything that'll help me? I think I need 2.5" lenses but not sure what else.

    Thanks :)

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    nobody has any guides or anything? I'm guessing I need 2.5" projector lenses?
     
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    jump on eBay I'm sure someone will sell you this crap.
     
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    They come in a package with Chev badges!
     
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    Just my opinion, but what an entirely useless bit of kit. Don't the normal headlights usually switch off when the highbeams go on? Is it really worth the money pushing high beams going through a reflector lens
     
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    Nope Low beam stays on.
    Which means you've got to much light close by making the long distance harder to see, after all your eyes adjust to available light.
    For open road night driving my old VS was a lot better. Hell even the old VH with it's relative tiny candles up front, the long range wasn't flooded out by the light up close.
     
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    I retro fitted projectors into my Fz600,light output was terrific on hi and low.
     

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