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Asylum938

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  1. The fxr retro is definitely a no going back to stock situation, however the output is well above any led I've seen, barring the actual jewel leds of the new audi and Acura vehicles, but that's a totally different animal all together . The stock projector in the Sierra is very poor design even with the halogen bulb it was designed for Sent from my SAMSUNG-SM-N900A using Tapatalk
  2. I purchased the FXR'S from the retrofit source as well as bulbs and d2s connectors. More options and great customer service from them. Plus they have a phone number to call and speak with someone. Where fast headlights is email only. The install was simple, the hardest part was cutting the post on the oem bracket to mount the fastheadlights bracket. Due to size constraints and I was using a large hot knife soldering iron for all my cuts Sent from my SAMSUNG-SM-N900A using Tapatalk
  3. OK so I'm not going to go into detail of how to actually retrofit the headlights but I will post some output shots. And a little comparison to my wife's audi a3 with stock hid lights. If you want to see how to do this retrofit visit fastheadlights.com I used their mounting bracket. I will say the bracket was dissapointing in overall quality for the $70 it cost but I would still recommend it for how easy it makes mounting the FXR projectors. Anyhow onto the output shots First shot my truck close up against the garage door. Here's the output of my wife's a3 Looking out from the driver seat low beam Looking out from the driver seat high beam. The projectors are aligned correctly the truck is on a slight angle in the pictures. I'll take more pictures if requested! Sent from my SAMSUNG-SM-N900A using Tapatalk
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