Those are the exact ones I'm looking at buying. So are the halo's not actually your lights? You can get HID's with them also? I'm a newb at this stuff.. Thanks
Sweet thank you. Do the HID's go in the halo casing? Ive been reading some that some HID's melt some casings.Halo's are the rings around the high and low beam bulb. They really don't serve a purpose besides looking good. Your low beams are your actual lights you see with. Those are what you put the hid's in. Think of an HID as a replacement bulb for a burned out headlight. Except for the fact that hid's have a ballast that you attach to the vehicle behind the housing.
Hmmmm so all types are illegal? I was wondering why so stores can sell them. Im thinking these http://www.carid.com/2008-pontiac-g6-headlights/halo-projector-82162.html could I put HID's in them also? Thanks for the feedback guys!those ones on ebay arent made for HID's only halogens. the spyders however can be used with HIDS. IMO the halo/LED is getting too played out and it seems like everyone has them. HIDS are illegal in the stockers like you said, but also in most places any HIDS that are not factory installed are also illegal. Personally if you dont care about light output either of those will be fine. If you want HIDs and halos go with the spyders. Otherwise i would just keep your stockers.
Why would the light output be terrible?Yes all types that are not factory installed are illegal. but as mentioned above, it has never been heard of someone getting ticketed for having them. And yes, those can be used with HIDs, but the light output is terrible.
hmmm so is there anyway to make them legal?Stores can sell them because they are legal in projector housing or as replacements for factory installed HID's.
I'm highly considering buying them, and they also bundle HIDs specifically with them from the website carid.Don't get the Spyders or anything that is the same as them. A mentioned on the first page a thread popped up on G6P about a new style of projectors for us.
The problem is no one knows how the light output will be and no one wants to be the first to take the plunge and pick up a set. If you really want projectors pick those up and let us know how they work out.
On their website they have a special option to bundle HID's in, so I was thinking that meant they were compatible.Those ones aren't technically made for hids so no one knows yet whether or not they will fit. When you get them installed especially if you get the hids installed as well, post up a picture of the beam pattern so we can see how they look
Hmmmm well mine are getting hazy inside the light fixture. Is there anyway to make them clear again?they suck compared to the stocks.
Both I believe.hazy in what way? as theres moisture in them, or as the lens is becoming translucent and hard to see through?
Wow man awesome! Thanks a lot!As far as the haze on the outside of the headlights, this can be fixed with a headlight restoration kit. A good one I bought from walmart for like 21 bucks after tax, but you can get from any autostore. You should try this. there may not even be any haze on inside of the headlight. The haze is due to some type of oxidation due to outside elements which the inside of the lights are not exposed to unless defective or intentionaly exposed.
Do you have a link for these? thanksyall see the new one out? Looks like the projector is better situated than the Spyder....
Plus they are plug and play.
Chrome ones should be in stock in a few weeks.
I think Im gonna try em out!