You can always do custom fabrication to make the bixenon projectors fit. Even if you went with another HID projectors, nothing is really simple bolt on but instead requires some work to make it fit.
I got a good deal on them plus I wanted to find a way to put the smaller projector in my fogs.Epsilon said:Just curious, why did you choose the '06 Prsche Cayenne bixenon projectors? I'm not bashing on you or anything but most people who go with bixenon projectors choose the FX35 or the E46 bixenon projectors.
I just don't want the back of the basket to look like ass.thapranksta said:If they turn out to be absolutely too big to work with without hacking away dangerous portions of your headlights or you are not very confident with your retroing skills, I suggest getting some single xenon projectors. Since you claim to have gotten a good deal, you can probably head to hidplanet.com and sell the Porsche projectors on there for a profit (you will probably need references). Or you can do ebay. I prefer hidplanet for selling hid stuff because there is no timed auction and you have a lot of retrofitters viewing your stuff which increases the likelihood of it selling.
My two pennies.
I want to put the small ones from the porsche lights in my fogs.JSM1284 said:The stock projectors are much larger than the fog light assy, FYI
Ah yes, I miss-understood that. My bad.160swiftly said:I want to put the small ones from the porsche lights in my fogs.
i've got a great idea for that which I'll try this weekend.Webb26 said:My problem is finding a solution for the back portion as well. I used the stock book, but it didn't cover enough and when iwashed my car..water got in..super condensation. And since the fact that halogen runs hotter, my hids aren't warm enough to bake the water and make it evaporate...but anyways..nice job on the retro.