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    Help on Headlight assembly

    I don't want to bake my housings.
    Is there a vendor here that has a complete assembly swap to get those popular darker housings with HiD lamps/lights?

    Or could someone link drop the correct thread here?
    Thank you!
    The separation, is in the preparation.-Russell C Wilson-

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    If you have Instagram ,check out modgeeks , Dvntlights , mxpro117

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    I haven't seen any other headlights like that yet. You can send your headlights out to some people to do for you. If you have Instagram check out futureheadlights and evilheadlights they do the best work IMO

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    Modgeeks /Dvntlights. They did mine . They did a great job

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    Ya I've seen some of modgeeks they are pretty gkkd

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    They look good but I'm looking for a complete housing assembly out of the box.
    I would bake them myself before paying someone to do it essentially.

    There isn't anything at all you can buy aftermarket???
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    Nothing I've seen, just replicas everytime I looked. That's why I ended up baking them

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    doing it myself it cost me under 600. Its really not difficult just intimidating. you can check out HIDplanet.com they have some venders
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    From looking around on this, you really do not want to buy some 3rd party companies garbage assemblies. If you really want the best, you should have someone retrofit a set for you.

    I would buy a set to get retro and then you can sell off your OEM to make some money back.
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    Quote Originally Posted by AFP520 View Post
    From looking around on this, you really do not want to buy some 3rd party companies garbage assemblies. If you really want the best, you should have someone retrofit a set for you.

    I would buy a set to get retro and then you can sell off your OEM to make some money back.
    I agree ... 3rd companies don't make their lights the best . I had my lights done . Mod geeks redid a pair of lights n then they took mine . The people from insta gram that were listed on this post do great work . You should check them out

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    I asked mod geeks 2 days ago for a quote. They still haven't gotten back to me.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Cyoplasm View Post
    I asked mod geeks 2 days ago for a quote. They still haven't gotten back to me.


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    I just pm'ed you .

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wrxchick1676 View Post
    I just pm'ed you .
    Tried messaging back but your inbox is full
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    Sorry , try again . I got of some pms

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    LIGHTWERKZ. I own an 09 Sedan WRX. I live in wet cold climate. Sent Caesar at LIGHTWERZ a fresh pair of OEM Assemblies. They split em, removed the amber reflectors (to make it unique), added XBA LED Halos, TSX-R Projector HID retrofit kit. It cost me a lot but after 1.5 years of daily use, not one problem, no fog, no leaks, I will NEVER go anywhere but LIGHTWERKZ for anything to do with lights.

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