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  • Cairn
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    If I got the R8s, and my connectors on the car are currently for 9005/9006 right now, but I’ll be using R8s to fit into Hella euro smiley H1 headlights that I just got, what connectors will I have to change my car’s to? H1 euro connectors? Leave as is? Provided in the R8’s box? I’m interested and would want silicone rear caps if I need that to fit a rear cap
    Last edited by Cairn; 03-29-2020, 09:40 AM.

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  • TeXJ
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    Originally posted by Staszek View Post
    These only come in 6000k?
    I got the 6000k and they are great. My pics are further up in this post.

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  • djmossm42
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    Originally posted by Staszek View Post
    These only come in 6000k?
    Yes only 6000k, I can get them in 5000K with a minimum buy of 300 sets.
    Last edited by djmossm42; 03-27-2020, 08:26 AM.

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  • Staszek
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    These only come in 6000k?

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  • djmossm42
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    M70 Group Buy is LIVE! https://store.shadowlinemotorsport.c...ulbs_p_70.html

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  • djmossm42
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    Originally posted by Cairn View Post
    Any idea when you’ll be introducing the new product for the euro headlights that the M70 doesn’t work with since they use H1s? Or how it will be priced? Debating on R8s now or waiting for the new product.
    Hi, I just got these in yesterday to test. P50 LED These are supposed to be the closest match to the M70. I just sent out a couple sets to The Masked Driver to test them out. He is upgrading his headlights and previously had the M70s installed. Check out his YouTube channel and/or Instagram page in the coming week to see what he thinks about the P50 https://m.youtube.com/watch?feature=...&v=vq3ParGOhtA https://instagram.com/themaskeddrive...id=s6uuahsf1yf I will be running my own tests for the next week as well. Thanks, Bryon Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk Pro
    Last edited by djmossm42; 03-27-2020, 07:32 AM.

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  • Cairn
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    Any idea when you’ll be introducing the new product for the euro headlights that the M70 doesn’t work with since they use H1s? Or how it will be priced? Debating on R8s now or waiting for the new product.

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  • iliad
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    [QUOTE=Staszek;n9909911]

    You need to modify if you use the original caps. I had DJ send me the silicon cover caps that seal the back.

    As for wiring, I used the relays that he offered that are plug and play so that I can keep both high and low on at the same time.

    But if you didnt get those you can plug them right into the H4 plugs, or if you updated the plugs to 9006 you


    Cool, thanks for the pics and info!

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  • Stan
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    ping me when the group buy happens. I want a set

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  • Staszek
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    Originally posted by iliad View Post

    Can you share a photo or two of how you have the bulbs wired in?
    On the R8 product description it says you may need to modify the back cap of the headlight.
    I currently have euro headlights installed and do not want to cut them up to install bulbs.
    Thanks!
    You need to modify if you use the original caps. I had DJ send me the silicon cover caps that seal the back.

    As for wiring, I used the relays that he offered that are plug and play so that I can keep both high and low on at the same time.

    But if you didnt get those you can plug them right into the H4 plugs, or if you updated the plugs to 9006 you can ask for those.



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  • iliad
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    Originally posted by Staszek View Post
    I bought the R8's and so far I love them, very easy plug and play so I could keep my H4 plugs and have both lights on at the same time. I am glad I waited for the R8, I always had an issue with cutting the back of the caps to pull through the heat braids on the older generations.

    With these I used the rubber caps provided, they work great. I will give an update and more pics when its warmer but so far really happy.



    Can you share a photo or two of how you have the bulbs wired in?
    On the R8 product description it says you may need to modify the back cap of the headlight.
    I currently have euro headlights installed and do not want to cut them up to install bulbs.
    Thanks!

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  • djmossm42
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    Originally posted by moatilliatta View Post
    Are there post with pictures of the light output of 1157, 7506, and interior bulbs?
    Here’s a video I posted on Instagram showing The complete led kit https://www.instagram.com/p/B1p-NsVA...=1amj2j01k73vq Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk Pro

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  • moatilliatta
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    Are there post with pictures of the light output of 1157, 7506, and interior bulbs?

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  • djmossm42
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    Originally posted by kyleconstantine View Post
    Hey I picked up the r8s before thanksgiving and the car broke down the day I got them. I'm back on the road now and finally got around to installing them. I couldn't be happier. I can see at night now. I had hella halogen h4s before and it was never enough light for me. The led bulbs are so much better. Am I the d bag with super brights? Maybe...a few friends have said "damn" when I turned them on...but it's worth it for me to be able to see. They were easy to install. I cut the rubber boots just a little to make them work with the bulbs. Overall I would def recommend these.
    Awesome! IÂ’m glad you got the car back on the road and youÂ’re happy with the bulbs. I will double check but I believe you can adjust the angle on your bulbs. If you are on instagram please tag @shadowlinemotorsport with your bulbs in action in a story or post and weÂ’ll add you to our customer highlight story. Thanks, Bryon

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  • kyleconstantine
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    Hey I picked up the r8s before thanksgiving and the car broke down the day I got them. I'm back on the road now and finally got around to installing them. I couldn't be happier. I can see at night now. I had hella halogen h4s before and it was never enough light for me. The led bulbs are so much better. Am I the d bag with super brights? Maybe...a few friends have said "damn" when I turned them on...but it's worth it for me to be able to see. They were easy to install. I cut the rubber boots just a little to make them work with the bulbs. Overall I would def recommend these.

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