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an esthetics question for the challenge upper



So... should I just put one projector in the bottom of the upper. Or, if I have space, should I put two projectors stacked on top of each other... Ducati 999 style...
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Just one. Although two side by side doesn't look bad, I remember someone's from forum 1078 customized like that.

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I also like the side by side lights... my projector will be a bigger light though they wont fit side by side. I think I am going to try just one first, as you suggested, and then decide if I want to add another. I got it from these guys:

http://www.evolutionbike.it/

Only took a week to get here from Italy I paid € 120.00 + Shipping.
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Asymmetrical side by side....you could emulate the BMW look!!!

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Asymmetrical side by side....you could emulate the BMW look!!!


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I'm confused, hahaha... I dont quite have that much real estate to work with, lol.
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will the light from the projectors be good enough for riding at night? Or will they just be there for road legal use?
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Oh no the HID projector should be far far better than the stock setup. Its bi-xenon so it has a high beam and low beam function. It should be much safer for night driving
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Can you post a link to the type of projector light you will be using?
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Sure. I ordered the Projector, ballast, bulb, and wiring harness today. All from TRS. They dont have a pic of the projector I bought on their website though so here is a link to some pics:

http://www.lightwerkz.net/gallery/ma...g2_itemId=9726

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