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NEW Headlight Option In The Works! Gauging Interest... by doublec4
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Report this Post04-01-2012 01:51 AM Click Here to See the Profile for BahrbarianSend a Private Message to BahrbarianEdit/Delete MessageReply w/QuoteDirect Link to This Post
I just had to chime in as well, I'm loving this mod so far and can't wait to see it installed and FOR SALE! Is that $400 Canadian or US?

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Report this Post04-01-2012 06:22 PM Click Here to See the Profile for doublec4Click Here to Email doublec4Send a Private Message to doublec4Edit/Delete MessageReply w/QuoteDirect Link to This Post
Thanks guys!

I have more work to do on these things this week. I really want to get the process down so its reliable. I'll be making further improvements to my equipment.

The estimated price was in US dollars. Currently, we're about at par anwyays
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Love the way this is coming together for you Chris. Keep up the good work.

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Report this Post04-05-2012 03:12 PM Click Here to See the Profile for nightonfireClick Here to Email nightonfireSend a Private Message to nightonfireEdit/Delete MessageReply w/QuoteDirect Link to This Post
Hope to see some more pics (maybe even finished product) soon : )
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doublec4... get'r done already... Though I really like the look of the original mod that you did with the s10 lights...

This looks great!. Cant wait for the final product.

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Report this Post04-06-2012 01:21 PM Click Here to See the Profile for doublec4Click Here to Email doublec4Send a Private Message to doublec4Edit/Delete MessageReply w/QuoteDirect Link to This Post
Trying to get it done!

I've had to work a lot of overtime lately and I'm still redesigning my vacuum forming machine. I really only want to sell nice products. Nothing that was done "half assed."

Sorry for the wait guys!
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No problem, good products are worth waiting for. Do you think the 90mm Hella modules will fit?

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I have some larger projectors from a Cadillac that I put under the lens for a test fit. I think you might be able to squeeze 90mm in there but it may take some modifications to the buckets, as well as the brackets that will hold the lights. Hard to say for certain at this point.
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Report this Post04-06-2012 02:45 PM Click Here to See the Profile for unboundmoClick Here to Email unboundmoSend a Private Message to unboundmoEdit/Delete MessageReply w/QuoteDirect Link to This Post
Hey... No rush. Just messin with you. I know that you'll turn out a great product
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No rush at all, I want these but currently don't have the funds.
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Its all ablout the quality, glad yto know this is an important factor to you !!!
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I would prefer he get the kinks worked out and the process down before selling any kits.
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gee Chris, if i started doing projects on my wifes granite counter tops she would cut my balls off LOL nice work looking good, wish my shop had granite table tops to work on .....
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i second that
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Report this Post04-07-2012 09:34 PM Click Here to See the Profile for doublec4Click Here to Email doublec4Send a Private Message to doublec4Edit/Delete MessageReply w/QuoteDirect Link to This Post
Thanks guys, got some more work done today on the forming machine.

When this is all said and done, I might have a tail light idea to "modernize" their look too
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Report this Post04-07-2012 11:56 PM Click Here to See the Profile for Austrian ImportClick Here to Email Austrian ImportSend a Private Message to Austrian ImportEdit/Delete MessageReply w/QuoteDirect Link to This Post
Have you thought about a notchie clear bubble engine cover? Would that be something you're interested in?
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Post-Easter bump. Hopefully no one is in a candy coma like me. And I would love to see your design for tail lights. My tail lights will be the only stock lighting left on my car after these headlight buckets come out. Everything else will be aftermarket. And we just can't have that
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Just found this today, and I like it, and could live with that little budge.
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Report this Post04-18-2012 04:08 PM Click Here to See the Profile for Austrian ImportClick Here to Email Austrian ImportSend a Private Message to Austrian ImportEdit/Delete MessageReply w/QuoteDirect Link to This Post
I was thinking something like this, but for notchies:
 
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I think it would benefit from curved/molded plexi/acryllic as well.
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Report this Post04-18-2012 06:27 PM Click Here to See the Profile for doublec4Click Here to Email doublec4Send a Private Message to doublec4Edit/Delete MessageReply w/QuoteDirect Link to This Post
Thanks guys, sorry about the delay. Sometimes life gets in the way! I'll be doing more work on this tonight. I feel like I'm at a point where I'm juts slowly chipping away at the progress.

The see through engine cover is a nice idea but I would need to retool for a much bigger vacuum former. Plus, the engine gets a lot hotter than headlights, and I'm not sure if this plastic would be suitable for that application.
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Report this Post04-19-2012 11:23 PM Click Here to See the Profile for doublec4Click Here to Email doublec4Send a Private Message to doublec4Edit/Delete MessageReply w/QuoteDirect Link to This Post
Extremely pleased to announce that a friend and I made a lot of progress on my forming machine in the past 2 days. It has been designed and redesigned about 10 times now from the start. Taken apart and assembled another 30 times, but we have it performing at a very reliable rate. Its a huge obstacle that we just cleared and there is light at the end of this tunnel!

I have a lot of respect for the guys on this forum that produce their own parts from scratch. Its time consuming, money consuming and just plain frustrating at times. However, when it works, it feels damn good!

I'll keep updating this thread as I go along. Hope people are stil interested when its all said and done!
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Having done almost all custom work and one offs, I can appreceate what ur doing, and am really excited about this project!
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Having done almost all custom work and one offs, I can appreceate what ur doing, and am really excited about this project!


Thanks! Your car definitely is a one off and it looks great.

It also doesn't help that I have no workshop or garage right now. The entire project has been done in my kitchen
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im still interested..... ill even give some money now if it helps the process
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Report this Post04-21-2012 12:11 PM Click Here to See the Profile for doublec4Click Here to Email doublec4Send a Private Message to doublec4Edit/Delete MessageReply w/QuoteDirect Link to This Post
Thanks for the generous offer, but money isn't holding things back. I do have quite a bit invested because of trial and error. Finding what works and what doesn't can be a costly experiment.

However, I will only be accepting deposits from those who are serious about buying once it is all said and done and they are ready to order. The deposit will be to pay for the bixenon projector units when the time comes!

Thanks!
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Nice work. When these are available for purchase I think a set will look great tinted to match my black GT.
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Nice work. When these are available for purchase I think a set will look great tinted to match my black GT.


I may be able to offer a tinted plastic. I'm going to look into that with my supplier to see if they have the proper thickness and how much light will actually pass through.
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These are great looking and all I can say is Me first, Me first. hahaha
Just tell me when to send you some money.

You do know that somewhere on these you need to put your name - an artist should always sign their work.

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I wish they were ready now--I'm to the point I either have to rebuild both headlight actuators, or leave them up all the time, and "something" keeps chewing up the headlight doors if I leave them open at night.
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I wish they were ready now--I'm to the point I either have to rebuild both headlight actuators, or leave them up all the time, and "something" keeps chewing up the headlight doors if I leave them open at night.


Chupacabra?
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I have followed this thread since the beginning and I am extremely awed at what your doing. And like others here, I am loving your work!

now comes the questions
1.) how much? for a complete kit that just bolts on and plugs in? how about for a kit that contains the minimum/essentials that one would need to diy it?
2.) will these lights be easily adjustable? up down and all around?
3.) explain more about the mounting process, will these lights be mounted to some old headlight doors that will need modification or are are you making a plate to mount onto?
4.) how are they in comparison to stock headlights? wiring wise? in performance?

these dont need to be answered quite yet, as I see you are still r&ding your product, but if you could crunch some numbers and give a projection of everything , that would make for the better.
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I was thinking something like this, but for notchies:

I think it would benefit from curved/molded plexi/acryllic as well.


That's Dave "Skitime" Horsts old Fiero. The window on the deck lid is custom formed glass that was specially made to his specs. Its a one off design.

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Chupacabra?

Maybe, but whatever is tough enough to digest fiberglass, I don't want to meet on a dark night.

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I have followed this thread since the beginning and I am extremely awed at what your doing. And like others here, I am loving your work!

now comes the questions
1.) how much? for a complete kit that just bolts on and plugs in? how about for a kit that contains the minimum/essentials that one would need to diy it?
2.) will these lights be easily adjustable? up down and all around?
3.) explain more about the mounting process, will these lights be mounted to some old headlight doors that will need modification or are are you making a plate to mount onto?
4.) how are they in comparison to stock headlights? wiring wise? in performance?

these dont need to be answered quite yet, as I see you are still r&ding your product, but if you could crunch some numbers and give a projection of everything , that would make for the better.


Thanks for the kind words.

To answer your questions:

1) Right now the plan is to sell the kit with everything you'd need minus the HID bulbs/ballasts and wiring. So what you would get is 2 lenses, 2 buckets, 4 bixenon projectors, brackets, hardware, instuctions. All at a price of somewhere around $400 US. Because I haven't finished them yet, I'm estimating how much associated costs will be for me.

2) The plan is to have the headlights adjustible with 3 adjusting screws per light as they are done in many other projector light set ups. Should be easy. Just take the lens off and use a screwdriver, wrench, socket, whatever the hardware and space allows.

3) The bottom buckets will be mounted to your hood. No cutting necessary, no modification of the headlight doors. Just remove the doors and bolt in the buckets. The brackets that hold the lights will bolt to the buckets. The lens on top will be fastened to the buckets as well. How the lenses will be fastened is still up in the air.

4) In terms of performance vs. stock... Theoretically they should be leaps and bounds better. It is new technology vs old sealed beam lights. Depending on how you wire them, you could essentially run 4 HID projectors all at the same time. This would obviously be very bright. The challenge with flushmount lights is getting them high enough, and forward enough so that the light is not obstucted by any body work. I've designed the lights to be mounted high and forward, without making them look awkward and "frog eyed." (in my opinion)

I'm not a wiring pro, which is why I won't be offering any wiring in the kit. If someone else wants to put together a harness or something, feel free to capitalize on the opportunity and sell a harness alongside my kit. My wiring plan is to hook up my primary bixenon pair to the stock wiring harness with the plug and play universal HID kits. The secondary bixenon pair I will install a switch in the cabin and relay that pair right off the battery. The high beam function is activated by solenoids in the bixenon projectors that move a shield. There is a positive/ground wire coming from the projector for these solenoids. How you choose to wire those is up to you. I haven't decided yet. I have a feeling that with 4 HID projectors you may not ever need the high beams, but you never know. Shouldn't be that difficult anyways. Its only a positive/ground that needs to be given power.

Feel free to ask any more questions you may have!

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As a suggestion, there are several members on the forum who are adept at wiring. Perhaps you could do a joint deal with them to offer a complete kit including wiring?

Just a thought.

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As a suggestion, there are several members on the forum who are adept at wiring. Perhaps you could do a joint deal with them to offer a complete kit including wiring?

Just a thought.

Nolan


Any suggestions Nolan?

I *think* Synthesis was offering wiring harnesses at one time for the FieroFan headlights? I could be wrong..
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Any suggestions Nolan?

I *think* Synthesis was offering wiring harnesses at one time for the FieroFan headlights? I could be wrong..


Last I heard, Synthesis was no longer doing any wiring due to carpal tunnel in one of his wrists. FieroX is in contact with a harness company to make 3800 harnesses and PhoneDawgz makes 3800 harnesses as well, perhaps one of them would be interested.
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Phonedawgz does swap harnesses, maybe he would be interested.

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3) How the lenses will be fastened is still up in the air.



bingo*

I was thinking somehow with the harness, having it wire upto the stock wiring somehow. I hate wiring... or at least having to figure it out if theres something wrong. I am just thinking "make it as simple as it can be".
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