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Jeff4155

Member Since 02 Apr 2014
Offline Last Active Yesterday, 09:19 PM
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In Topic: What Trim Are These Fiesta Wheels From?

Yesterday, 09:06 PM

Those rims are the exact same as I have, mk7 Titanium spec 16"


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In Topic: Hid Question

Yesterday, 08:47 PM

There's lots of instructional clips on YouTube how to set them, but basically the yellow screws on the rear of the lights are used to set them, you can use an Allen key or screwdriver


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In Topic: Hid Question

17 December 2014 - 01:32 PM

I had to reset my projector light hight manually after installing the HID kit, they were way to low, now they work 100% very glad I got them, ps. I went for the 6000k they are still very white with a touch of blue, aren't the 4300k still a bit yellow?




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In Topic: Hid Kit Done...

11 December 2014 - 09:18 AM

Ok, so I had the time and decided too adjust the height on the projectors after a quick google on how to do it, turns out they were way off, so can't wait for the sun to go down so I can see the results


In Topic: Hid Kit Done...

11 December 2014 - 06:41 AM

Have you got an image of where you've mounted your ballasts? seen so many images of different places where people have mounted theres on there Fiestas but just curious to see where you've put yours  :)

 

Mine's not mounted yet, the Hid kit came with metal brackets and I'm considering using them and fixing them too the underside of the lights, this way they will be out of sight, but my other option is to place the left one behind the water bottel and the right one next to the fuse box, both fixed with double sided tape too the vehicle itself, choices choices.

 

Took a drive last night for the first time with them, and they are worth every cent, I think the people in charge sould make these HID the standard in every car, the only problem I have now is that the lights are set to low and yes I set the nob on the right of the steering wheel to it's highest setting, I'll have to set them manually, has anyone here done this before?