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- I'm asian so I can already read minds so I'll probably take in…
I thought not all asians could only japanese. And chinese can turn normal food into garbage.
- upload it to google music and it's anywhere you sign into
sure let me upload my 32gb with my australian internet
sure lets be connected to the internet at all times, especially on the commute between places where i listen to my music the most i have easy access to the internet then
That would be all well and good. But then I have to be connected to the Internet to listen to my music on the go wouldn't I? The only issue is I would have is I listen to my tunes all day at work, and I work construction. No WiFi on sites so I'd eat up my data in no time. If you don't have to be connected to the Internet for it then it would be perfect.
well rip u then
- Huffman/Crosby TX reporting
- >me playing far cry 4
Hare fighting off hawk
- it's kinda hard to put the bulb in the incorrect slot. Most ti…
My eyes crave mercy
And to add to anon's comment yes I know that bulbs have a particular slot that is designed for them but my hid's lighted area are farther down the bulb than then xenon that came in the aftermarkets. I've been too lazy to make the spacers I need to fix the issue. Also that different colors have different wave lengths which could affect the dispersion pattern too. Imo anything past 6K is stupid on a daily driver.
Some headlights (like those cheapo bright blue 6K HIDs most people end up buying) are a bit longer than the standard halogens, and a lot narrower. The bulb's base still fits in the same tabbed socket, but the bulb itself ends up in a slightly different position inside the headlight housing. It's not by a whole lot, but it does end up throwing off the reflection pattern in non-projector housings, particularly on older cars. Usually adjusting the headlights fixes it, but most people don't know/care enough to. And if the headlight's plastic cover isn't perfectly clear, then the light reflects off of it and ends up making the entire headlight assembly glow bright blue instead of just letting the light out onto road. No amount of adjusting will fix that.
That's just for typical headlight housings though. A projector headlight has a much more focused beam pattern, and does actually have a physical block/metal shield inside that keeps the light beam tightly focused on the road. Most cars that come stock with projectors have that shield on an actuator, so when you turn on your highbeams, the flap moves to allow the light to shine higher.
Interesting info leafy anon but quick question how do I install the pussy magnet?
I am... unnaturally fond of cats
- So just recently I did a lot of research when I upgraded my he…
My eyes crave mercy
So what did you end up doing to your car?
- In houston too just testing
fake news irl
So it knows you're in the States, but doesn't know where I am apparently.
Nice try, leaf
Houston as well, I haven't had any problems.
Plano here, strange
- Try to find the same panel color or yolo it and try it on the car
- I would go to a junk yard and pull a door or trunk lid to work on.
I have an old hood off a toyota camry. Problem is that its a different color that whar i need to get good with
Try to find the same panel color or yolo it and try it on the car
I also have a few crown vic front ends laying around
Tech savvy uncle
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