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    Astra G Shark Eyes

    What would I need to fit them? I.e. looms, connectors, bulbs etc.

    And are there any guides knocking around.

    I've currently got 6000k HID bulbs with no projectors. I think they are pretty poor at the moment (i.e. don't produce enough light on the road). hoping projectors will sort this, plus they look better!

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    from what i hear hids in reflectors give the best light output possible??

    it can be a tedious job if you dont have the correct looms, give "Enigma???" a quick pm, he has a solid guide to retro fitting these.

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    Mine must need aligning then. They aren't particularly good by any means.

    Thanks for the advice

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    What shark eyes do you have? Do they have 4 fly leads on them with connectors or just 2 large connectors built into them?
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    If you have GM sharkeyes then all you need to do is cut the loom for the indicator and side lights on the car and lights and crimp them together. Then fit HID's to the dipped and full.



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    the shark eye kit I've seen isn't a GM one, it's FK.

    Does that make a great deal of diff?

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    All the same apart from model Ie D2S/H7 which is a single plug connector or H7/H7 that has standard plugs so just plug and play HTH
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    how much are gm shark eye lenses??

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    Quote Originally Posted by sep View Post
    how much are gm shark eye lenses??
    Don't think they are sold separately
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    Quote Originally Posted by Enigma ??? View Post
    Don't think they are sold separately
    i just want both lenses, not the full xenon set up.

    are the fk a good copy??

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