As the title states, I'm doing HID projector retrofit installs and offering BHLM service as well. WILL SHIP.
Here is the best part for you guys with 2012-2013 headlights that don't want any downtime, I always have a set of like new OEM 2012-2013 headlights I use as a core to start. That means you will not need to have your truck down for 3-4 days while waiting for a retrofit to get done. When you receive your retrofit, you return your untouched OEM headlights back to me. You are responsible for shipping both ways. Any questions, feel free to ask further.
2005-2011 guys, same applies to you!
If you are local, you can choose to bring me your OEM lights and you can use a set I have as spares. Up to you.
If you want new headlights, I can supply those as well. Pricing below.
I am an authorized TRS distributor and I purchase all my parts from them direct. All warranties apply same as if you purchased from them directly. (5 year warranty)
1) FX-R stage 3 retrofit = $630
2) Morimoto Mini D2S or H1 Stage 3 retrofit = $550
1) FX-R or Mini Projectors
2) Morimoto 3Five Ballasts (50W ballasts available + $5)
3) Morimoto 3Five Bulbs (color of your choice) - Phillips or Osram bulbs available for extra.
4) Wiring Harness for plug and play (no cutting of your OEM harness)
5) Shrouds (of your choice)
6) BHLM (painting)
1) LED angel eyes (+$110 installed)
2) brand new OEM headlights 2012-2013 ($520)
3) brand new aftermarket OEM headlights 2005-2011 ($120)
4) brand new OEM headlights 2005-2011 ($450)
All headlights are sealed using existing gray butyl rubber + additional OEM Koito gray butyl where needed. This gives the cleanest look. No black window weld here.
Tested on my bench tester before closing...
Ultra flat black bowls.
LED Angel Eyes installed on shrouds. Mounted with 3M double sided tape and clear lines in 3 places for security.
Shroud and bezel painted satin black.
Q. Is there a warranty?
A. Yes. I offer a six month warranty on workmanship. TRS components follow the TRS warranty period. For example, 5Five Ballasts carry a 24 month warranty. 3Five ballasts carry a 60 month warranty. Etc... No hassle warranty. Shipping cost will be taken care of by TRS for U.S. transactions. For owners outside the U.S., you will be responsible for the shipping cost per TRS.
The cost of shipping the headlight(s) to to me is the original owner's responsibility. I will be responsible for the cost of returning the warrantied headlight(s) to the original owner within the U.S. Sorry, if you are outside the U.S., you pay shipping both ways. This warranty is NOT transferrable. Any modifications and/or tampering of headlights will void the warranty.
Q. How hard is it to install the headlights and wire harness once I receive them?
A. If you have a slight bit of mechanical skills, then the installation will not be difficult. The wire harness is plug 'n play, no splicing of the OEM harness is required (unless your lights are equipped with LED Angel Eyes). The new, retrofitted headlight bolts up the same way your old one was removed. Wire harness instructions are included with your shipped headlights as well as online.
The OEM headlight aiming mechanism remains fully functional. After your retrofitted headlights are installed, some fine tuning will be required utilizing the OEM adjusters. Fine tuning is defined as matching both the left and right cut-off so that they are level with each other. As a rule of thumb, I recommend aligning the height of the cut-off to be horizontal with the upper trunk line of the average sedan.
Q. Where can I learn more about retrofitting, projectors and HID bulbs?
A. The Retrofit Source (TRS) has a tremendous amount of online material to enhance your retrofitting knowledge.
Q. What's the difference between the bulb colors?
A. Kelvin Ratings: 3000K - Has a golden yellow output perfect for use in fog lights. The yellow light penetrates through snow, rain, and fog more effectively than white or blue light. 4300K - Has a slightly off-white output similar to that of sunlight. Most cars that come equipped with HID headlights from the factory use 4300K bulbs. If you want the most usable light, 4300K is the Kelvin rating for you. 5000K - A pure white output, no tinge of yellow, and no tinge of blue. 6000K+ As you move into the higher kelvin ratings, your light output will appear more bluish-purple in hue, but the bulbs won't be physically as bright. I do not offer 6000k bulbs. As HID bulbs age, they go through what is known as "color-shift". When the bulbs are brand new, the output is whitish-yellow and as physically bright as it will ever be. As the bulbs age with use, their output turns more pure white/bluish and also starts to dim a bit. That's why cars with factory 4300K bulbs that are 5+ years old look like they're running 5000K or higher bulbs.