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For your headlights you can buy the projector headlight bulbs off of eBay for around $40.00 and the little marker lights for around $5.00. The marker lights can be bought in different colors like yellow or orange.
You can use the red 4" round LED lights and place them in the tail light housings for brake lights. You can get them on eBay for around $19.00.
Small blinker light Seller of marker lights:
TMI LED Technology
12220 Woodcrest Box 725
Taylor, Michigan 48180 (USA)
Tel: (734) 287-2822
-A Suzuki Swift Side Marker Light Lamp is also a good marker light to use with kit cars.
P6 3" Projector bulb
P1 2" Projector bulb
To purchase these on eBay: THE SELLERS EMAIL IS: LED4YOU@GMAIL.COM EBAY SELLER I.D. IS: LED4YOU
Red 4" LED light
To purchase these on eBay: THE EBAY SELLER I.D. IS: globalpartspro
We offer blue P1 projector bulbs:
GT1 Front Headlight Lenses in clear plexiglass- You can use light-dark window tint to blacken the lens, or you can leave them clear. The lens would be glued on top of the projector bulbs and the projector bulbs would be glued inside the headlight housing that is made into the body kit.
GT1 Rear Tail light Lenses in clear plexiglass- You can use medium-dark window tint to blacken the lenses. You can use the red round 4" LED light behind the lenses. KIT CAR HEADLIGHTS:
-Most car kits use universal type P6 or P1 clear projector fog lights for the head-lights on the kit car.
-You can get he projector fog lights at any auto parts store or on eBay for around $40.00 each.
-Four fog lights turned on, make the high-beam or bright headlights and two fog lights turned on make the low-beamor dim headlights on the kit car. This is a video of the lights installed.
This photo is of a real, LAMBO, O.E.M., headlight assembly. It was on eBay used for $4,600.00. Notice it has a small “bullet marker-light” inside it in the upper, right-hand corner like a small bullet light that you find on a motorcycle. Search eBay for “BULLET LIGHT” to find a light for your SUPERCAR-replica. The MERCY-2 head light can be recreated for $125. for the lens, $125. for the 2 bulbs, $80. for the round bulb rings, $15.00 for the small yellow blinker light for a total cost of ONLY $345.00.
HID installation for a Honda Civic
First introduced in the 1991 BMW 7 series, the high-intensity discharge (HID) system is a brighter burning headlight that has a broader beam pattern giving it a much farther reach. These superior lights have become the must have of the auto enthusiast and with the ease of installation and the cost becoming more affordable the HID kit is a great choice for a higher quality product and a sleeker contemporary look.
These remarkable lights are able to burn so intensely from the heating of an inert gas called xenon inside a tiny chamber. Installation requires the addition of a special ballast that converts the 12v DC to a higher power. This will enable the ignition of the gas.
Many new vehicles incorporate the use of both HID and LED technologies. This is the use of a ring or line of LED lights that are placed around a projector lens, or what is known as a HALO lenses, and this will usually give an unusual bluish white glow.
Installation of the HID kit for your Honda Civic is not a complicated task, but preparation is key. To begin with ensure that your vehicle is turned off, and the battery has been disconnected. For your own safety it is also wise to wait until your engine has completely cooled down before beginning.
Installing the xenon bulb:
For single low beam kits look on the back of your headlight assembly and find the low beam dust cover. The cover can be removed by spinning it, and this will enable you to have access to the bulb. Before attempting to remove the halogen bulb be certain to unplug it from the wiring harness.
Now that you have removed the bulb, and without touching the glass of the new bulb, replace it with the new xenon.
Installing the ballast:
Before installing the ballast you will first need to locate an adequate place to attach it. Your vehicle was not originally designed for this addition, and you will need to place it in close enough proximity that the bulb you have just installed will be able to reach the plug on the ballast. When you have securely fastened the ballast you can move on to plugging the existing harness into the ballast, and then the wiring into the xenon bulb.
Although the installation process is not complicated, it is still important to double check all of your connections before moving on to test your product. Make sure that not only is everything properly in place, but also that the ballast is tightly secured. Once you have done this you can reconnect the Hondas battery and test out your new HID lights.
Completed Mercy-2 H.T. Lighting: