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I know that this has been discussed on the forum before, and everyone has said that xenon's look out of place on a 2002...

Does anyone have pictures?

After driving my moms benz(which has xenon's) the other night, i want some :).

Also, from the search i know that most people buy kits from vendors online.

However i have a friend that owns a body shop, and he has taken HID ballasts from totaled cars and given his civic HID's.

Would this be theoretically possible on a 2002 with two piece hella's or a similar brand of two piece headlamps?

Thanks,

Chris

'75 2002

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could you just post a link? im sure there are plenty of us here who would want to know

I have them available. Please drop me an e-mail and I can discuss specifics or answer more questions.

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I put in some "hot rod" H4's. You may or may not like the look, but I am kinda diggin' it - and I have yet to see them on another car. I had to modify the headlight buckets because the H4 indexing tabs are in a different location than the stock lights, but nothing a dremel can't fix. I also rewired the lights to run off a relay. The are nice and bright, and don't even change a bit at idle.

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Brian

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