The high beam will be disconnected, since I need the high solenoid to activite the sheild in my projector. When I click on the high beam, the sheild in the projector will go down. Since there's no sheild infront of the bulb, the out put of the light will go way above the cutoff line. I hope I answer your question.Nice. I'm thinking of going TL's as well. I did a retrofit to my old '97 Prelude before I sold it. Turned a lot of ricers' heads with that one.
Question: are you keeping the high-beam bulbs along with your solenoid, or just taking the high beam bulbs out, or...? I'm wanting to go bi-xenon, but I want to keep the HID bulbs from flashing if I'm just using the highs to flash to pass or something. (day driving with headlights off for example) Turning HID bulbs on/off real fast = bad. Good luck with the rest of the retro!
Fx projector with the tsx/s2k lens would be a killer combo. You shouldn't have any problem with the fx projectors since they're not as big as the tl projectors. I don't have any other picture except the one I posted up on this thread.Very nice! Lots of color you got there. I'm going to try to do a set of FX projectors soon. Got any pics of how you mounted them?
A retrofit is HID. Let me break it down.im sorry but what is a retrofit? why is a retrofit better than hid?