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HID / LED Projector Installation : Retrofitting into motorcycle Headlamps

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  • HID / LED Projector Installation : Retrofitting into motorcycle Headlamps

    The process of retrofitting HID / LED projector unit on any bike :

    1. Remove headlamp assembly from the motorcycle by undoing the necessary nuts and bolts.

    2. Separate the headlamp lens using a heat gun and a cardboard box (refer to the videos)

    3. Remove or cut the stock reflector system if and when required.

    4. Install the projector units using bolts or screwing mechanism provided in H4 systems.

    5. Install shroud system / Halo rings as applicable

    Video Links for detailed process :





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    • #3
      Hi, I find it interesting thanks for sharing

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        Hi...Contingent upon how much room you have behind the front light you might have a little working space. Additionally you can put the ballast(s) in there. What are the estimations of the fog light? That might decide whether a 2.5" or 3" projector would look best. In case you're intrigued I have a solitary G37 car I would sell you. I was trusting I'd will utilize it at some point yet in the event that you could utilize it I'd be more than willing to take care of you. It's a major 3" projector however... get us those estimations (front stature and width) to sort out the focal point size and afterward on the off chance that you can get the profundity it'll assist us with making certain about the projectors that will fit.

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