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So I'm thinking of getting some halo projector fog lights to match my headlights. But I'm worried about losing light output compared to my stock fogs. Does anyone have any info or experience with halo projector fogs? I just don't want to make the mistake of ordering them and not liking them.
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I don't think I lost any output from my fogs at all... Just a more controlled output that shoots light even further than you thought possible.

I am running 55W 5K HID's.

Just headlights:


Headlights and fog lights:


Fog lights cutoff:


Headlights and fog lights:
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My halo projector fogs are brighter than my projector halo heads.....
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My halo projector fogs are brighter than my projector halo heads.....
thats because they are lower to the ground.

Same projectors in both, same HID kits
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thats because they are lower to the ground.

Same projectors in both, same HID kits
Actually, sir, my fogs are 55w and heads are 35w. Nothing to do with closer to the ground.....
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oh. I forgot you got the others! LOL
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Arth that's some impressive light output haha

I have to adjust my headlights as they are pointed too low but if I use the same type of bulb in the fogs as I do in the headlights I should be fine?

I don't have HID's or anything just normal? bulbs
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Also, something similar to these are what I'm looking for:

http://www.protuninglab.com/fl-p-dram02-hl-sm.html
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Oh I thought you had HID's already.

What fog light projector were you thinking about?

If you aren't happy with your current light output you might want to consider upgrading to HID's. If you have the coin and want to get a good set of HID projectors put into your stock housing then I suggest you check out the retroshop(dot)us.

That is what you saw from my pictures. I don't think a halogen projector will help at all.
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