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  • M_GORDON
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    Originally posted by M_GORDON View Post
    WOW Yodaboy, very good!! The tinted indicartors light goes perfect!

    PS: to everybodey. HOW paint so perfect around the chrome zones that you don´t paint?
    More than 12 years ago and no one said how paint in black and leave proyector's "ring" on silver

    I can't trust you make it "free hand"


    Thanks a lot dudes

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  • ManiacuV6
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    I want to improve by using better lenses .You can messure without taking the reflector off. Only the glass is enough . Or you can in the worst case by messuring directly on the glass . Thanks!
    I want to try something. If it works I'll post some pictures @
    Last edited by ManiacuV6; 3 March 2013, 00:46.

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  • Greg_S
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    to measure would need to take the relfector entirely too to measure the diameter properly. Are you thinking of trying the aftermarket xenon projcetors?

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  • ManiacuV6
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    Is related somehow to this topic : Can someone tell me the diameter of a lens for low beam from a S2 headlight ? Thanks!

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  • gripper
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    @ will

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  • Error404
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    beaten! give that man a peanut!

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  • Error404
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    895 941 119 B

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  • willg54
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    thats for the "gasket" as ETKA puts it

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  • willg54
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    895 941 119 B

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  • gripper
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    Anyone ?

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  • gripper
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    This is an old thread but I suppose its relevant !
    Has anyone got the part number for the headlight seals ?
    I am assuming it will be the same for non ellipsoids too ?

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  • willg54
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    good, i just used a small screwdriver and separated it. no crumbling, but i suppose after 15 years together, they've got friendly and dont like to be separated!

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  • s2_bo
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    Headlight, if it's sticking to the glass it may be starting to crumble up.

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  • willg54
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    when removing the glass, should the seal stay on the glass or the headlight?

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  • M_GORDON
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    WOW Yodaboy, very good!! The tinted indicartors light goes perfect!

    PS: to everybodey. HOW paint so perfect around the chrome zones that you don´t paint?

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