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Old 07-21-2010, 02:22 PM   #26
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Just out of curiosity, how would one mount an RX330 projector? I'm lookin at mine and there is only one hole in one corner to put a screw through. There has to be some other way right? lol excuse the no0b ?

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Just out of curiosity, how would one mount an RX330 projector? I'm lookin at mine and there is only one hole in one corner to put a screw through. There has to be some other way right? lol excuse the no0b ?

When I used these in a retrofit I drilled out the place where the two halves of the projector screw together. Then I put a long bolt through it and bolted the two halves together with a nut. The bolt was still long enough to also bolt it to the reflector bowl.

Another way is to drill near the spots where the two halves are screwed together and make your own mounting holes.
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Old 07-21-2010, 02:29 PM   #28
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When I used these in a retrofit I drilled out the place where the two halves of the projector screw together. Then I put a long bolt through it and bolted the two halves together with a nut. The bolt was still long enough to also bolt it to the reflector bowl.

Another way is to drill near the spots where the two halves are screwed together and make your own mounting holes.
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yeah evan, i already figured that out! =] but i did not think of using a long bolt and using it to hold the housing together AND the projector to the housing..hmm
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Thank you so much for the response JLude, that really helps a lot man!
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Here's a question: Most people mount their ballasts in the engine bay to keep them dry. What about when you wash the engine? Do they need to be covered up/removed? I guess I am asking specifically about the Morimoto ballasts since that is what I will be be using.

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just move them out of the way so they don't get wet, or put them in a plastic bag before washing the car....
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what Brian said. The good thing about the Morimoto ballasts is they are water resistant, meaning if they get sprayed, no big deal! they are fully potted circuitry and water resistant connections. I would just cover them with plastic bags to be safe when washing the engine bay down.
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Ok, so I am having a hard time finding a good spot to put the ballasts. Obviously they will be in the engine bay, but I can't find a spot with enough room and good mounting bolts/holes for bolts. The supplied mounting bracket on the Morimotos is kind of worthless. Any ideas?

EDIT: Brian, I know yours are by the PS reservoir and by the intake. But how? I can't make room.

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3M double sided molding tape. Rinse and repeat for the other side. You can also see my mounting method for my low beams on the radiator support. (The big ballasts are for my high beams.)
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how do the HIDs do as high beams? do you like them? once they warm up they should be good, but dont they take some time? opinions please! lmao..

and evan, if you see this, (picture at the top of this page) what are those pieces on the left? i dont have them with my projectors..??!?!?
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how do the HIDs do as high beams? do you like them? once they warm up they should be good, but dont they take some time? opinions please! lmao..

and evan, if you see this, (picture at the top of this page) what are those pieces on the left? i dont have them with my projectors..??!?!?
I dunno, I don't have them either. I grabbed that pic of the interwebz lol
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and evan, if you see this, (picture at the top of this page) what are those pieces on the left? i dont have them with my projectors..??!?!?


Probably custom mounting brackets for a different car.


The only reason I have HID high beams is my car came with an HID kit, so essentially I got a third kit for free. (the second is in my fogs.) In my honest opinion I would say it's a waste of money getting another kit for your high beams. You'd be better off getting some 100watt H1 bulbs which will be just as bright. The only upside is they draw less power but put out the same light as a 100watt bulb. That and I can get bulbs any color of the rainbow, unlike halogen.
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I dunno, I don't have them either. I grabbed that pic of the interwebz lol

bah okay! haha i was thinking to myself "am i missing something?" haha

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The only reason I have HID high beams is my car came with an HID kit, so essentially I got a third kit for free. (the second is in my fogs.) In my honest opinion I would say it's a waste of money getting another kit for your high beams. You'd be better off getting some 100watt H1 bulbs which will be just as bright. The only upside is they draw less power but put out the same light as a 100watt bulb. That and I can get bulbs any color of the rainbow, unlike halogen.
i was thinking of getting some 80 watt highbeam bulbs, but then i think ill have to upgrade the wiring..=/ i do ALOT of nighttime driving, so having good high beams is a VERY good idea. considering i can get a set of ballasts, bulbs, harness, and a lifetime warranty for like 50 bucks, i wonder if it might be worth it or not... was going to get yellow but that probably wont give me the most output (HID yes, halogen no) im trying to find some videos to give it a comparison.


i should add that i live in the middle of nowhere and when its very late, i can drive for 10 minutes without seeing another car..haja
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i was thinking of getting some 80 watt highbeam bulbs, but then i think ill have to upgrade the wiring..=/ i do ALOT of nighttime driving, so having good high beams is a VERY good idea. considering i can get a set of ballasts, bulbs, harness, and a lifetime warranty for like 50 bucks, i wonder if it might be worth it or not... was going to get yellow but that probably wont give me the most output (HID yes, halogen no) im trying to find some videos to give it a comparison.


i should add that i live in the middle of nowhere and when its very late, i can drive for 10 minutes without seeing another car..haja
I have Nokya yellow high's in my current setup (70 watts) and it helps, but it is no where near as bright/luminous as white was in my usdm lights. That could have something to do with switching to black housing headlights. I hardly ever use them so it doesn't really bother me much.
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How long have you been using that 3M tape, Shimee? How does it hold up; it seems sketchy to me? Is it the stuff with the red backing?

I got one mounted where the intake resonator used to be and that worked well, though I did have to use a couple zip ties. :-/ I rerouted the hood release cable and got another ballast by the PS reservoir, but I'm not sure I am completely happy with that.
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Yup, the 3M tape with red backing. Those ballasts have been sitting snug there for 3 months now. I also went with the tape method for my fog ballasts. When I was mounting those I decided I was too lazy for zipties and didn't want to destroy my hands again fumbling behind the bumper, so i stuck tape onto the ballasts and stuck them to the sides of the bumper support's arm, under the headlights.

That stuff doesn't let go. My friend did the same thing on his audi. Stuck tape to ballasts and mounted them upside down and they have never fallen off.
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3M double sided tape will hold them in place for the life of the car! Highly recommended.
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Couple Q's regarding the morimoto projectors with gatling shrouds.

1. Does anyone else's lights wobble around? it doesn't wobble alot but you can see the cutoff line vibrating around when you hit a bump or something.


2. What are the metal peices for? I used the rubber washers and thread locking nut, but what are the other disk like things for?
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Couple Q's regarding the morimoto projectors with gatling shrouds.

1. Does anyone else's lights wobble around? it doesn't wobble alot but you can see the cutoff line vibrating around when you hit a bump or something.


2. What are the metal peices for? I used the rubber washers and thread locking nut, but what are the other disk like things for?
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1. DEPO lights will have noticeably more "wobble" when hitting bumbs, this is because their ball sockets are not as tight as OEM lights and the projector weight can cause them to vibrate a little when hitting bumps in the road. As long as the vibrating doesn't change your aim, don't worry about it. It also may be because you're not used to sharp cut off lines from your headlights and you are seeing the "flicker" of the cutoff bouncing as your suspension bounces.


2. The other disks are to use for those who just made a small cutout in an H1 or H7 headlight and stuck the threaded mounting stud on the projector threw and needed a large washer before tightening down the lock nut. In other words if you mounted your Morimotos using bolts you don't need those parts.
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^Those are actually for H4 or H7 headlights. They are adapter plates to make them fit. Preludes don't need them even if you use the locking nut (assuming you didn't cut the hole way too big.)
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Hey Brian, when you retro other cars, do you just go off of the base of reflector? Or do you rig up something to hold the headlights in place to replicate them being on the car?
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Question for Brian, when you retro other cars, do you just go off of the base of reflector? Or do you rig up something to hold the headlights in place to replicate them being on the car?
Some cars you can go based off the reflector bowl, but other cars, you'll need to make a platform, cause when the housings might be sitting flat, the reflector bowls are a little angled such as civics and newer accords
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So is it best to mount the projectors with like polyurethane sealant or use bolts...because i just watched 2 youtube vids where the guys uses sealent and no bolts.
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