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      12-20-2016, 12:29 PM   #859
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Install complete. I got the GP Thunder 5800K
Take pics! I ordered the same light bulbs but waiting for them to come in.
Low beam off
Low beam on
Full front... terrible shot... sorry. Lol
Cutoff
Is it me or is the light pattern uneven in this pic
I think it's uneven. I don't know how to adjust I AND I hope I don't have to remove them to adjust it.
There's two adjustment screws on each headlight accessed with the hood open. One is for vertical and the other for horizontal.
From your photo you need to do both. Did you tape off the original headlight center positions? If not you can use the center of the low beam as a guide.
Congrats on the headlights
I am gonna have to read up on how to adjust them because I don't know how to not how to use the low beams as a guide.
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Looks good!! You need a long screwdriver to get the 2 adjustment points. Be careful with them as they are plastic and they move plastic gears.

Hoping that removing the front wheels won't be necessary as I don't have my jack or stands out here
If you can manage to get the torx screwdriver pass the fender liner then you won't need to take off the wheels.
Instead of using a Torx screwdriver, I bought a set of Torx sockets just for this install. Should allow me to get more leverage and require a lot less clearance behind the light.
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Take pics! I ordered the same light bulbs but waiting for them to come in.
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Do the signal lights stay on with just the DRL?

Looks damn good btw!!
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Take pics! I ordered the same light bulbs but waiting for them to come in.
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Do the signal lights stay on with just the DRL?

Looks damn good btw!!
Drl
WOW !!! Amazing
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Take pics! I ordered the same light bulbs but waiting for them to come in.
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Looks damn good btw!!
Drl
WOW !!! Amazing
There are true white and BRIGHT but my phone was acting up taking the picture.
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There are true white and BRIGHT but my phone was acting up taking the picture.
They look really great!

Thanks for appeasing all of our many inquiries!
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Looking good RayonF30, cant wait to install mine this weekend
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http://www.gp-thunder.net/index.php/...sgp58k-h7.html

^ so GP thunder 5800k is the popular bulb choice?
i'm only going to replace the low beam bulb
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^ so GP thunder 5800k is the popular bulb choice?
i'm only going to replace the low beam bulb
Yes sir that's what I got all around
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Finished mine today. These are great lights. Very happy.

Better visibility than the standard lights and look so nice. I kept the bulbs they came with for now.

Lights are nicely built and fit great.

Install was a pain. Didn't help I'm in the cold north and my garage floor is wet and dirty. The install videos were very helpful. Biggest issues were the two bolts under the lights. Definitely bend back the cover that holds the nut so you can hold the nut. I used a 10mm wrench, pic attached. Still took a long time to get those off.

I also had to disconnect the lights washer fluid tube and front sensors to get the bumper off. I got washer fluid all over. I duct taped the loose tube up.

Really glad it's done.

Thanks all for the insights in this thread.
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Finished mine today. These are great lights. Very happy.

Better visibility than the standard lights and look so nice. I kept the bulbs they came with for now.

Lights are nicely built and fit great.

Install was a pain. Didn't help I'm in the cold north and my garage floor is wet and dirty. The install videos were very helpful. Biggest issues were the two bolts under the lights. Definitely bend back the cover that holds the nut so you can hold the nut. I used a 10mm wrench, pic attached. Still took a long time to get those off.

I also had to disconnect the lights washer fluid tube and front sensors to get the bumper off. I got washer fluid all over. I duct taped the loose tube up.

Really glad it's done.

Thanks all for the insights in this thread.
Thanks for the image, gotta remember this trick to get those problematic bolts out
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Finished mine today. These are great lights. Very happy.

Better visibility than the standard lights and look so nice. I kept the bulbs they came with for now.

Lights are nicely built and fit great.

Install was a pain. Didn't help I'm in the cold north and my garage floor is wet and dirty. The install videos were very helpful. Biggest issues were the two bolts under the lights. Definitely bend back the cover that holds the nut so you can hold the nut. I used a 10mm wrench, pic attached. Still took a long time to get those off.

I also had to disconnect the lights washer fluid tube and front sensors to get the bumper off. I got washer fluid all over. I duct taped the loose tube up.

Really glad it's done.

Thanks all for the insights in this thread.
Yea I mentioned those bolts previously... A PAIN.

Looks amazing. Congrats. How are you liking them?

They make the car look totally different.

I have yet to adjust mine tho.
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Finished mine today. These are great lights. Very happy.

Better visibility than the standard lights and look so nice. I kept the bulbs they came with for now.

Lights are nicely built and fit great.

Install was a pain. Didn't help I'm in the cold north and my garage floor is wet and dirty. The install videos were very helpful. Biggest issues were the two bolts under the lights. Definitely bend back the cover that holds the nut so you can hold the nut. I used a 10mm wrench, pic attached. Still took a long time to get those off.

I also had to disconnect the lights washer fluid tube and front sensors to get the bumper off. I got washer fluid all over. I duct taped the loose tube up.

Really glad it's done.

Thanks all for the insights in this thread.
Yea I mentioned those bolts previously... A PAIN.

Looks amazing. Congrats. How are you liking them?

They make the car look totally different.

I have yet to adjust mine tho.
Are those two bolts reused when installing the DEPO Headlights?
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Finished mine today. These are great lights. Very happy.

Better visibility than the standard lights and look so nice. I kept the bulbs they came with for now.

Lights are nicely built and fit great.

Install was a pain. Didn't help I'm in the cold north and my garage floor is wet and dirty. The install videos were very helpful. Biggest issues were the two bolts under the lights. Definitely bend back the cover that holds the nut so you can hold the nut. I used a 10mm wrench, pic attached. Still took a long time to get those off.

I also had to disconnect the lights washer fluid tube and front sensors to get the bumper off. I got washer fluid all over. I duct taped the loose tube up.

Really glad it's done.

Thanks all for the insights in this thread.
Yea I mentioned those bolts previously... A PAIN.

Looks amazing. Congrats. How are you liking them?

They make the car look totally different.

I have yet to adjust mine tho.
Are those two bolts reused when installing the DEPO Headlights?
Same bolts. The DEPO headlight comes with the adjuster and nut tho but I just used the old ones.
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Finished mine today. These are great lights. Very happy.

Better visibility than the standard lights and look so nice. I kept the bulbs they came with for now.

Lights are nicely built and fit great.

Install was a pain. Didn't help I'm in the cold north and my garage floor is wet and dirty. The install videos were very helpful. Biggest issues were the two bolts under the lights. Definitely bend back the cover that holds the nut so you can hold the nut. I used a 10mm wrench, pic attached. Still took a long time to get those off.

I also had to disconnect the lights washer fluid tube and front sensors to get the bumper off. I got washer fluid all over. I duct taped the loose tube up.

Really glad it's done.

Thanks all for the insights in this thread.
Yea I mentioned those bolts previously... A PAIN.

Looks amazing. Congrats. How are you liking them?

They make the car look totally different.

I have yet to adjust mine tho.
I love these lights. They make the car look so much better. They are even better in person than the pictures posted.

Really hated the stock lights like most here. It's the one thing I saw every day and hated about my car.

I'm impressed and very happy. Well spent money and install time.
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Finished mine today. These are great lights. Very happy.

Better visibility than the standard lights and look so nice. I kept the bulbs they came with for now.

Lights are nicely built and fit great.

Install was a pain. Didn't help I'm in the cold north and my garage floor is wet and dirty. The install videos were very helpful. Biggest issues were the two bolts under the lights. Definitely bend back the cover that holds the nut so you can hold the nut. I used a 10mm wrench, pic attached. Still took a long time to get those off.

I also had to disconnect the lights washer fluid tube and front sensors to get the bumper off. I got washer fluid all over. I duct taped the loose tube up.

Really glad it's done.

Thanks all for the insights in this thread.
Yea I mentioned those bolts previously... A PAIN.

Looks amazing. Congrats. How are you liking them?

They make the car look totally different.

I have yet to adjust mine tho.
Are those two bolts reused when installing the DEPO Headlights?
Same bolts. The DEPO headlight comes with the adjuster and nut tho but I just used the old ones.
I bent the old ones so used the new ones. Bolts went on a lot easier as well.

Another install note, when I put the new lights on I adjusted the bottom bolt bracket (it spins to hold the light housing away from the mounting surface) to align the gap between the light and the front top fender.
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Finished mine today. These are great lights. Very happy.

Better visibility than the standard lights and look so nice. I kept the bulbs they came with for now.

Lights are nicely built and fit great.

Install was a pain. Didn't help I'm in the cold north and my garage floor is wet and dirty. The install videos were very helpful. Biggest issues were the two bolts under the lights. Definitely bend back the cover that holds the nut so you can hold the nut. I used a 10mm wrench, pic attached. Still took a long time to get those off.

I also had to disconnect the lights washer fluid tube and front sensors to get the bumper off. I got washer fluid all over. I duct taped the loose tube up.

Really glad it's done.

Thanks all for the insights in this thread.
Yea I mentioned those bolts previously... A PAIN.

Looks amazing. Congrats. How are you liking them?

They make the car look totally different.

I have yet to adjust mine tho.
Are those two bolts reused when installing the DEPO Headlights?
Same bolts. The DEPO headlight comes with the adjuster and nut tho but I just used the old ones.
I bent the old ones so used the new ones. Bolts went on a lot easier as well.

Another install note, when I put the new lights on I adjusted the bottom bolt bracket (it spins to hold the light housing away from the mounting surface) to align the gap between the light and the front top fender.
Did you adjust the bracket while the headlight is in place? Or prior to mounting?
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Finished mine today. These are great lights. Very happy.

Better visibility than the standard lights and look so nice. I kept the bulbs they came with for now.

Lights are nicely built and fit great.

Install was a pain. Didn't help I'm in the cold north and my garage floor is wet and dirty. The install videos were very helpful. Biggest issues were the two bolts under the lights. Definitely bend back the cover that holds the nut so you can hold the nut. I used a 10mm wrench, pic attached. Still took a long time to get those off.

I also had to disconnect the lights washer fluid tube and front sensors to get the bumper off. I got washer fluid all over. I duct taped the loose tube up.

Really glad it's done.

Thanks all for the insights in this thread.
Yea I mentioned those bolts previously... A PAIN.

Looks amazing. Congrats. How are you liking them?

They make the car look totally different.

I have yet to adjust mine tho.
Are those two bolts reused when installing the DEPO Headlights?
Same bolts. The DEPO headlight comes with the adjuster and nut tho but I just used the old ones.
I bent the old ones so used the new ones. Bolts went on a lot easier as well.

Another install note, when I put the new lights on I adjusted the bottom bolt bracket (it spins to hold the light housing away from the mounting surface) to align the gap between the light and the front top fender.
Did you adjust the bracket while the headlight is in place? Or prior to mounting?
I bolted the top one only just a little and held the light to make sure the side bolt hole (10mm one) was aligned.

Then I looked at the gap to the fender. If it was too far away I took the light off and increased the spacer. My spacers were showing about 4-5 threads when they were right. The outer one was more important to set before bolting. I noticed the inner one spun as I put the bolt on to fill the gap as it was set a little shorter.

When I first put the light on I had the spacer adjusted like the old ones as there was a bigger gap. So the old and new spacers were not the same for me.
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Finished mine today. These are great lights. Very happy.

Better visibility than the standard lights and look so nice. I kept the bulbs they came with for now.

Lights are nicely built and fit great.

Install was a pain. Didn't help I'm in the cold north and my garage floor is wet and dirty. The install videos were very helpful. Biggest issues were the two bolts under the lights. Definitely bend back the cover that holds the nut so you can hold the nut. I used a 10mm wrench, pic attached. Still took a long time to get those off.

I also had to disconnect the lights washer fluid tube and front sensors to get the bumper off. I got washer fluid all over. I duct taped the loose tube up.

Really glad it's done.

Thanks all for the insights in this thread.
Yea I mentioned those bolts previously... A PAIN.

Looks amazing. Congrats. How are you liking them?

They make the car look totally different.

I have yet to adjust mine tho.
Are those two bolts reused when installing the DEPO Headlights?
Same bolts. The DEPO headlight comes with the adjuster and nut tho but I just used the old ones.
I bent the old ones so used the new ones. Bolts went on a lot easier as well.

Another install note, when I put the new lights on I adjusted the bottom bolt bracket (it spins to hold the light housing away from the mounting surface) to align the gap between the light and the front top fender.
Did you adjust the bracket while the headlight is in place? Or prior to mounting?
Mine seem to line up perfectly.... I didn't have to make any adjustments to the brackets BUT maybe I am so in-love with the lights, I am over-looking everything else...
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Finished mine today. These are great lights. Very happy.

Better visibility than the standard lights and look so nice. I kept the bulbs they came with for now.

Lights are nicely built and fit great.

Install was a pain. Didn't help I'm in the cold north and my garage floor is wet and dirty. The install videos were very helpful. Biggest issues were the two bolts under the lights. Definitely bend back the cover that holds the nut so you can hold the nut. I used a 10mm wrench, pic attached. Still took a long time to get those off.

I also had to disconnect the lights washer fluid tube and front sensors to get the bumper off. I got washer fluid all over. I duct taped the loose tube up.

Really glad it's done.

Thanks all for the insights in this thread.
Yea I mentioned those bolts previously... A PAIN.

Looks amazing. Congrats. How are you liking them?

They make the car look totally different.

I have yet to adjust mine tho.
Are those two bolts reused when installing the DEPO Headlights?
Same bolts. The DEPO headlight comes with the adjuster and nut tho but I just used the old ones.
I bent the old ones so used the new ones. Bolts went on a lot easier as well.

Another install note, when I put the new lights on I adjusted the bottom bolt bracket (it spins to hold the light housing away from the mounting surface) to align the gap between the light and the front top fender.
Did you adjust the bracket while the headlight is in place? Or prior to mounting?
Mine seem to line up perfectly. I didn't have to make any adjustments BUT maybe I am so in-love with the lights that I am over-looking everything else.
You used the old spacers, right? Maybe that's the difference?
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Finished mine today. These are great lights. Very happy.

Better visibility than the standard lights and look so nice. I kept the bulbs they came with for now.

Lights are nicely built and fit great.

Install was a pain. Didn't help I'm in the cold north and my garage floor is wet and dirty. The install videos were very helpful. Biggest issues were the two bolts under the lights. Definitely bend back the cover that holds the nut so you can hold the nut. I used a 10mm wrench, pic attached. Still took a long time to get those off.

I also had to disconnect the lights washer fluid tube and front sensors to get the bumper off. I got washer fluid all over. I duct taped the loose tube up.

Really glad it's done.

Thanks all for the insights in this thread.
Yea I mentioned those bolts previously... A PAIN.

Looks amazing. Congrats. How are you liking them?

They make the car look totally different.

I have yet to adjust mine tho.
Are those two bolts reused when installing the DEPO Headlights?
Same bolts. The DEPO headlight comes with the adjuster and nut tho but I just used the old ones.
I bent the old ones so used the new ones. Bolts went on a lot easier as well.

Another install note, when I put the new lights on I adjusted the bottom bolt bracket (it spins to hold the light housing away from the mounting surface) to align the gap between the light and the front top fender.
Did you adjust the bracket while the headlight is in place? Or prior to mounting?
Mine seem to line up perfectly. I didn't have to make any adjustments BUT maybe I am so in-love with the lights that I am over-looking everything else.
You used the old spacers, right? Maybe that's the difference?
Yea maybe that.
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