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Very nice! I thought about doing this myself.
 

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nice project. did you just fit the new projector into the original foglight housing? i remember someone used some ES300 projectors for a similar project. ive been thinking of doing something similar, i dont care for the beam pattern you get when you just drop a hid kit into a reflector housing.
 

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Now you have a cutoff.......but how do you AIM IT.
I did aimed my projectors before "gluing" them in the OEM housing.

I looked at the original cutoff with the halogen bulb, then matched it to the new cutoff with the projector.

I used a couple of smalls stainless steel washers to fine tune the cutoff when the fog are installed in the bumper.
 

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nice project. did you just fit the new projector into the original foglight housing? i remember someone used some ES300 projectors for a similar project. ive been thinking of doing something similar, i dont care for the beam pattern you get when you just drop a hid kit into a reflector housing.
Yes, I used the OEM projector housing to mount the small d2d projector inside, have a look at the pictures in the dropbox album.
 

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Hello,

I ve got a 2014 honda accord euro , I believe it is almost your Acura Tsx.Can somebody tell me if I can install xenons in my foglights which are h11 , without a canbus wiring?
 

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I ve got a 2014 honda accord euro , I believe it is almost your Acura Tsx.Can somebody tell me if I can install xenons in my foglights which are h11 , without a canbus wiring?
I didn't use any "Special" wiring for my foglight setup since I replaced the H11 bulbs with an Xenon D2S bulb+balast.

There is no CANbus communication with the fog, only +12v and ground.
 
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