Just the normal beam pattern. When you get out to 150 feet you don't get that much light intensity... but that was to be expected. To my surprise there was still light being projected out that far.
What did you use for a shroud? Im going to the hardware store tomorrow to look for stuff and get the necessary mounting hardware.Just the normal beam pattern. When you get out to 150 feet you don't get that much light intensity... but that was to be expected. To my surprise there was still light being projected out that far.
Thanks, Ive spent lots of time there already. Some of the stuff people come up with is pretty amazing.I attempted to use an Ace Hardware 2" flange which would have probably worked out nicely, but decided against it in the end. It didn't quite slide on easily - really needed a 2 1/4" to clear the metal lens holder if it exists. In the end I just left it bare but painted the entire housing and the base of the projector with BBQ black paint. You can remove the metal on the front and the lens will come off. Taped up the inside and painted the rest. You can't tell unless you get up close and take a look. Head to the forums on www.hidplanet.com and look in their "University" section (I believe) to find a sticky shroud thread. Some people have come up with truly creative ideas.
I just picked up an element and will be retrofiting infiniti bi xenon projectors. I sourced all the parts and will be doing an install soon. I'll be sure to post a DIY when I doi know this thread its old especially in forum terms but is it possible to bring the pictures back I am interested in doing this mod but would need a little more visual wise. Visual learner here sorry.
Yep, Thats my NSX!^^Nice! can wait to see them when you're done.
I take it that's your NSX?
Here's a few more pics in another thread that Bright Light Tech started.very nice! i'm gonna try this idea. do you have any pictures with everything assembled but the lens?