Well here I am again on my first weekend home from school cause it's my brother's birthday. Anyways, decided to spend the afternoon in the shop where I can just relax with some tunes and work on my car.
This time I bring to you an HID conversion kit that I bought off of ebay. The kit is a 3000k kit which means the color output is yellowish (perfect for fogs to cut through any weather out there). I did put this kit in my foglights because I use them way more than my highbeams/brights and I already have OEM xenons in my low beams.
This project was not that difficult at all. I would reccomend it to almost anyone as long as you feel comfortable taking out your headlights/foglights and using all the tools and materials listed!
Enough with the formalities.
5/8 drill bit (I used a wood bit, any should do)
Dremel and sanding drum attachment (needs to fit in 5/8 hole)
Screw driver w/ phillips head (for fogs) and torx bit (for headlights)
At least a 6" extension for torx bit to reach 3rd screw in headlights
Wire stripper/wire cutters
Silicone sealant (small tube)
HID conversion kit...duh..
Ready to work..
First here are some before pictures...
Once it gets dark here on the crazy west coast I'll put night shots up
Oh I know...I'm pretty stoked too!!