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Old 12-30-2011, 09:12 PM   #1
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Ok so i'm looking to pick up a ws6 found a few in my area (wichita Ks) but one mod i'm looking to do is put in non flip up headlights i've only seen them on one other T/A and that was on craigslist okc so I have no clue who makes them i've searched everywhere so any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks.98-02 T/A headlight help-lights.jpg
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Old 12-30-2011, 10:19 PM   #2
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Here you go man, I've heard some terrible reviews on these though, I'd throw brass gears in there and be done with it, that is if you like the flip up style.
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My opinion, dont waste 1000 dollares on this. i had them on this summer, now they going to be replaced with original flips with BLS upgraded lights. Poor quality, one side differs from the other- bad light output-during rain the whole lenses become all misty,very annoying.
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A lot of money for just some lights...
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i don't like them....Firebirds only look good with flip up lights.
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The setup is really cheap. I bought a set used from a member on here a couple years ago and the actual light output was worse than the OE flip up lights were. It took a little bit of modification and fabrication to "correct" the failings of non-pop up designs.
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stay popup and invest in new housings, HID lights,
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Originally Posted by ThomasWS6 View Post
i don't like them....Firebirds only look good with flip up lights.
Unless they were built between '67-'81

As the others have mentioned, they projector HID kit isn't known for it's quality. Make sure you really like the look before proceeding, because you'll probably get a lot of comments (whether you want them or not).
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