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So today I undertook the 2-hour install of the more Moto elite HID kit for 2015 + mopars. 6500K 55W. Below are pics

Unfortunately the driver side had a bad ignitor so I am waiting on parts to complete the install and then I will do some night shots with it.


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Interested in what the light pattern looks like. These were replacing halogens in the original housings, correct?

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Doesn't it bother you that it can blind oncoming traffic ?
The factory halogen housings have a fairly good cutoff compared to traditional reflectors. I don’t think it’s as big of a deal on these challengers as it is on other vehicles.
 

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Let me know if you get any condensation in the headlight

I did my HID’s (one-x brand) about 2 months ago and they sealing gromet looks very somilar to what you used. After some hard rain here in Los angeles, i noticed the other day one of my lights were foggy
 

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Let me know if you get any condensation in the headlight

I did my HID’s (one-x brand) about 2 months ago and they sealing gromet looks very somilar to what you used. After some hard rain here in Los angeles, i noticed the other day one of my lights were foggy
You can run a bead of silicone around the gasket if you’re concerned.
 

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Doesn't it bother you that it can blind oncoming traffic ?
That is a valid concern. I only do this on projector beam lamps and even then sometimes I have to adjust the vertical aim a little bit lower to make sure I do not blind anyone. I have done this on one Cadillac one GMC Sierra and a Chevy Malibu. All of those are projector lenses and they have no problem once you adjust your alignment.

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You can run a bead of silicone around the gasket if you’re concerned.
That is exactly what I did once I took those pictures I went behind the housings with black RTV and sealed everything up really well or at least I hope I did. The other three installs I've done I have never had condensation.

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Cranked both sides down about 4 turns. So far nobody has flashed me and my cutoff is right at the top of an average car's back bumper at 10-15 feet. I'll have better pictures tomorrow.


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I'll do what I can here are some others though low and hi beam


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Not the best projectors... But after aiming properly no flashing from oncoming traffic.


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Do people flash their headlights at you like they think your high beams are on? Because that's damn bright. A Guy
 

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I was going to install my 2stroke 2.0 fog lights to try and match my factory Hid headlights but forgot the anti flicker when the order was placed.
 

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Do people flash their headlights at you like they think your high beams are on? Because that's damn bright. A Guy
The low beams... no. No issues at all just gotta aim them down a little.

I'm pretty convinced with the high beams I probably give them skin cancer.

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Nice job! Those suckers are bright and have a nice cutoff for not having any shields on them or HID lenses! :thumbsup:
 
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