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This is a discussion on Headlights within the Interior Mods forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; Has anybody every heard of this guy... It looks like he does some nice work.... Subaru Products & Services | ...

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    Has anybody every heard of this guy... It looks like he does some nice work.... Subaru Products & Services | LightWerkz.net

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    i've had some work done by them before. does great work, and actually commuicates with you too. i've had issues with that in the past with other people.

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    Yeah, I've heard of him. What exactly is your question? I think you can go ahead and buy with confidence if that's what you're getting at.

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    I want to do the full interior lighting setup through them.

    Unfortunately, it's going to cost me ~$300, which means it's on the X-Mas/Birthday wishlist
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    I like the JDM HID's but got they are so much money...

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    other than the way the jdm lights look, they are not very good in terms of light output. everything about the jdm projector is wrong(RHD/poor output). i had a set of the non hid jdm lights with some tsx projectors in them. but here was my problem. the tsx is only a low beam. i decided to go with the full bi-xenon setup for better light output. but of course, you are also limited on what bi-xenon you can use due to the size of the headlight itself. plenty of options for max output.

    ps. any bulb over 5000k is a waste in terms of actual lumens. blue doesn't mean bright

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    I love the look of the JDM lights... But i do want something brighter... I don't like them bright blue lights that you get from pepboys.. (coolblue) I want something thats not to bright but an upgrade.... I might just pay someone to paint the inside of my ligths and upgrade the blulbs if thats possible...

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    look at suvlights.com for some better bulbs and maybe a relay harness too.

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    Looks like pretty nice stuff. I've heard lightwerkz a lot on the Z forum and responses seem to be largely positive.
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    I just bought from this guy a few days ago.

    He answers your emails quick and any questions you have about anything there is. You can also read the forums he has. Great guy, but i have yet to receive my stuff yet so i can't tell you how good the products are yet.

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    what did you order? Cause the only thing that sucks is taken my headlights off and not having my car for sometime. I would love the jdm headlights but i cant afforad a grand. I like his stock replacements. I just wish he had them ready to ship.

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    he also provides the lights themselves so you won't be without your headlights. everything is pnp when you get things back, provided you get a harness too. i had got the tfx combo for my bugeye and even mananged to get some led taillights, which are bad ass!!

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    buy some cheap ebayers, throw those in your car, then send your stockers to him..
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    do it the other way. keep your stockers(older) and send him the new ones so your retro will look clean and with a pit free lense

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    true, but 'cheap' ebay lights will have cheap lenses, so they'll look like ass in short order..
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