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Old 16th May 2008, 22:40   #1
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Well after a successful santro projetor head lamp setup, even i tried my hands on it. My project got delayed because i had exams in between so finally i have managed a LOW BUDGET hid projector setup for my 800 (you can call me mad)

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Before the comments pour in,

>This is not a professional job done my me with a few help of local mechanics

>This lights are not complete i.e finishing has not been done, i was very impatient to test them

>Vision has increased 3times for me

>I wont lie, i am having focusing issues with 1 light will soon be rectified.

>No matter what it is,im am really happy as i finally have H.I.D'S in my car and its atleast got eye catcher looks


cost of the project :Rs 12500

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Old 16th May 2008, 22:45   #2
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The DIY has really caught on!! Big props for to you for taking such effort to install projectors!

Some better pics are in order, day time and night time from a distance. The visibility seems good from the interior shots you posted.

What projector lamps did you use and sourced from where?

Good show!!

p.s : The third pic just loaded and now for some reason it doesnt look like a projector to me ?

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Thats a great looking DIY, budget be damned! Great job, noidaboy!
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Inspired by me !!!

http://www.team-bhp.com/forum/modifi...-page-3-a.html (Project SANTRO Projectors - Successful - Pics on Page 3)

SO you have done the project without me !!
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no issues you will come to me for the finishing and issue solving !!!

LOLzz

Great job buddy !!

hats off to you!
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p.s : The third pic just loaded and now for some reason it doesnt look like a projector to me ?
Those are my fog lamps and headlights on together,would use a better camera next time


and the shot from the interiors: i have a tinted front glass so for me hid is a blessing

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So finally its done! i think the light throw is amazing !!! congratulations noidaboi
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Noidaboy,

Great dude. pls put up the installation procedures for us to follow.

You truly are a great inspiration to guys like me.

Great going dude.
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Thank you all,I think the delhi gang has more surprises lined up
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Post a pic of the projectors cut-off
or have you removed the cut-off shield, I hope you haven't.. it'll make the focus worse

Anyways
Kudos.. keep up the good work, its time for a high beam projector... only if you can somehow fit it in.
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OYE.!!
Nice job yaar.
What`s next ,projectors for your Karizma ?
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Post a pic of the projectors cut-off
or have you removed the cut-off shield, I hope you haven't.. it'll make the focus worse

Anyways
Kudos.. keep up the good work, its time for a high beam projector... only if you can somehow fit it in.
Well for now, its under testing and i had removed the cutoff for now,i will put it back thanx for the info.
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hmm, congrats. looks like 6000K setup.

Wonder how you managed earlier with a darkened front windshield - unbelievable!
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OYE.!!
Nice job yaar.
What`s next ,projectors for your Karizma ?
You never know!

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hmm, congrats. looks like 6000K setup.

Wonder how you managed earlier with a darkened front windshield - unbelievable!
This was the reason i was keen for this project.
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Inspired by me !!!



SO you have done the project without me !!
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no issues you will come to me for the finishing and issue solving !!!

LOLzz

Great job buddy !!

hats off to you!
Sir i believe you were also inspired by some one only, tough he hasnt completed his project yet.

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Sir i believe you were also inspired by some only, tough he hasnt completed his project yet.

well you are wrong in this context !!

i was the one who gave him the idea n we both implemented on same together !!

ya u r right he hasn't finished his due to the exams but he has an atomic bomb under his sleeve as soon you will see the pics !!

you can confirm the same directly from him!!!
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