since the projectors are mounted onto the reflector, i can still use the factory aiming screws to aim the projectors. it works just like it was before.
BTW when you installed the projectors did you take off the reflector? I couldn't installed my projectors because i couldn't take off the reflector!!:wtf: The screw bolt to aim the headlight it fuck up lol, does any one know how to take off a damaged screw bolt?
Acura RL TYPE SLOW
Alpine type s speakers, Pioneer AVH1400, Sound Ordnance M-4075, Boston Acoustic 12'', Retrofitted Infiniti FX35 OEM projectors with clear lens, Wings West front lip, 02 chrome wheels, 03-04 taillights coming soon...
BTW when you installed the projectors did you take off the reflector? I couldn't installed my projectors because i couldn't take off the reflector!! The screw bolt to aim the headlight it fuck up lol, does any one know how to take off a damaged screw bolt?
yes, i had to take off the reflector to mount the projector. here is a short and brief DIY on how I mounted the projectors; there are alot of steps that i skipped so if there's any questions, feel free to ask me:
Mounted but not aligned
Noticed the red circles; that's where I used 2 bolts to mount the projector
I marked the top of the reflector as the center and where the projector should be pointed; still not yet aligned
The rear of the projector and its markings to align the projector so it would be level and pointed in the right direction
Test fitting the shroud; not yet trimmed
Spacing the lens and testing it out in the basement
Mounted, aligned, and cleaned
Shroud trimmed to fit reflector perfectly
Last edited by imports_only1; 02-13-09 at 02:13 PM.
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