I think all aftermarket HID's are illegal. But that could depend on state.
I've been pulled over from the police a few times but after a long time searching in their books, they never managed to find the right offence i was doing.Équipement.
215. Tout véhicule automobile autre qu'une motocyclette et qu'un cyclomoteur, doit être muni d'au moins:
1° deux phares blancs, simples ou jumelés, placés à l'avant, à la même hauteur, de chaque côté de l'axe vertical central et aussi espacés que possible l'un de l'autre;
That's very doable. I remember seeing homemade shields and DIYs when I was searching the internet. Some used nickels at the terminal section of the cutoff shield.ah cool !, thank you for the information:thumbup:, but i will try to do an homemade shield to see the difference.
Many people have done them for the 8th gen Corolla already. It's expensive, that's why it's not that popular. I wouldn't go with cheap projectors. You won't get that sharp a cutoff or light dispersion. I would go for TSX or S2000 projectors.has anyone actually done a retrofit?
i'm thinking of copping some cheap fx projectors and doing one as the only mod to my car. i haven't seen it on this gen corolla yet and i want to be ablet envision what it'll do cosmetically for this car.
it's not too too bad, like 4 - 500 in parts. i mean cheap as in hooked up, not crappy. i have a friend who was going to retrofit a set of fx35's into his es300 but ended using a pair of '06 sti projectors. i personally love the way it looks and the better viewing with the hid's.Many people have done them for the 8th gen Corolla already. It's expensive, that's why it's not that popular. I wouldn't go with cheap projectors. You won't get that sharp a cutoff or light dispersion. I would go for TSX or S2000 projectors.