My quad projector retrofit

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Is a little be difficult to get a good video. It look fantastic.

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And I use a RGBW Led controller called Pixelblaze. Amazing effects...


Wow dude that is really impressive looking. You should be selling them as kits, you could easily sell them for $175-$200 a set or more.
 

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Your builds are awesome! Keep up the good work


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Yours look great, however not everybody can pull that off and make them look good.
I think I'd just throw some Anzo's in, update the factory bulbs to GTR LED's and call it a day.
That's my plan, at least. The quality of these Anzo's are extremely well built and a lot easier in the long run for the same results.
 

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Just to let you know, the Anzo’s are complete trash. Same quality and junk as the Spec-D, Recon, Spyder, all of them are the lowest quality parts and the projectors in them are some of the worst on the market.

Only decent aftermarket brand is AlphaRex.


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Is that what you've been told or is that your personal experience? Maybe you didn't install them correctly? Maybe you got some defective returns?
I installed mine and absolutely love them! Great illumination, perfect fit, excellent quality, couldn't be happier.
As far as the Spec-D's, mine came with them and I never had a single issue at all with them either, just got tired of the chrome liners?
But, I do my own R&D on my own, I don't put a lot of faith in things I read on-line.

Lol... I’ve built hundreds of sets of headlights, I’ve tested almost every aftermarket option for the 4th Gen Rams, I’ve built retrofits for members on here... so yes, I do know what I am talking about and you THINK the Anzo’s have “great illumination” and are “excellent quality” because you are coming from Spec-D lights. When in reality your Anzo lights are putting out less light then the OEM housings, but your response will be “it’s brighter”, no it’s not. It’s been tested over and over, those cheap H7 projectors used in all of the aftermarket projectors will scatter the light up into the trees, off onto the side of the road and down in front of your bumper. You may think it looks brighter, but if you tested it with a Lux meter (if you even know what that is) you would see how bad it really is.


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You're a young man, maybe you'll figure this out eventually? For your wife and kids sake, I pray you do.
You should really consider the "Grace" of teaching instead of the "Arrogance" of having to be correct all the time as your personality and other posts suggest?
I might have listened to your advice had it come from the heart of a teacher as opposed from that of a person with supercilious disposition (arrogant attitude).
Good luck with that.



Yours look great, however not everybody can pull that off and make them look good.
I think I'd just throw some Anzo's in, update the factory bulbs to GTR LED's and call it a day.
That's my plan, at least. The quality of these Anzo's are extremely well built and a lot easier in the long run for the same results.



And no, Anzo’s compared to a true retrofit are not “the same thing”. Just the fact that you think buying a pair of Anzo lights and throwing a set of led bulbs into them is “easier and the same thing” as a set of custom built projector headlights just proves you have no idea what you are talking about when it comes to lighting.


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Yours look great, however not everybody can pull that off and make them look good.
I think I'd just throw some Anzo's in, update the factory bulbs to GTR LED's and call it a day.
That's my plan, at least. The quality of these Anzo's are extremely well built and a lot easier in the long run for the same results.
In my case I chose that I think are the best looking, I take chrome out, change both projectors for 2 sets of bi leds and change and custom all the DRL and turn signal Leds. At the end of the day I just use the case of the headlamps. All internals are a lot better that come with the lights.

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In my case I chose that I think are the best looking, I take chrome out, change both projectors for 2 sets of bi leds and change and custom all the DRL and turn signal Leds. At the end of the day I just use the case of the headlamps. All internals are a lot better that come with the lights.

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This dude thinks his Anzo’s with led bulbs are the same thing as your proper retrofit with bi-led projectors. There’s no talking with someone who thinks like that.


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This dude thinks his Anzo’s with led bulbs are the same thing as your proper retrofit with bi-led projectors. There’s no talking with someone who thinks like that.


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I do that time ago. I thought that was the right thing... And then start doing it the right way... I am thinking to build another set with some better bileds projectors. [emoji16]

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