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  1. Invadrrvlipse
    05/25/2012 09:34 PM - permalink
    Invadrrvlipse
    Hey scare I saw you post in a threa about dual ccfl halos. After many days of research and a LOT of hours put in I've come to the conclusion they don't make dual ccfl halos for the eclipse. How would it take for you to wire dual ccfl halos to depos??
  2. dekkro
    11/30/2011 09:43 PM - permalink
    dekkro
    Hey scarr, love your work. My dad just ordered me a set of cheapy dual LED halo headlights off of ebay and I was wondering what my options were in means of modification. Could you do a CCFL swap and red demon eyes? Hit me back man, thanks!
  3. 05gtspeeder
    11/13/2011 02:19 PM - permalink
    05gtspeeder
    I've read every thread I could find for having problems with hids and how to wire them but im at a loss for what the problem is and in all the threads you seemed to be the guy with all the right answers. I have my hids hooked up but they will not turn on now im gonna explain how I have it wired. First off I have a ddm hid kit with wiring harness with sonars. I have the red wire with in line fused attached to positive terminal on battery and ground wire for harness attached to the chassi sanded area down so it was on bare metal no paint. Male harness connectors plugged into both female connectors on ballast and both male connectors on bulbs connected to female on harness. Then the 2 high pressure male and female plugs plugged into corresonding connectors. Then there are 2 wires with small prongs on the end that are connected to oem harness red wire in left connector on three prong oem harness and black plugged into top connector on oem harne. any help is gratly appreciated.
  4. 03_red3g
    08/05/2011 01:28 PM - permalink
    03_red3g
    Scarr i am coming to you with an idea and because you are the headlight god you may be able to help me with it. My idea was to put some sonars into a stock housing. I have a set of sonars that you helped me out with the hids on that, like most sonars, are getting a lot of spider crack in the lenses and the clear coat is peeling off. My question is, since you have worked with the headlights, would it be possible to but the lenses from the oem headlights on the sonar headlights or put the sonars into the stock housing? I know that the housing are totally different with the alignment tool and equipment each have but wondered how hard it would be to do. I have been reading a lot about everyone doing retros into their stock headlights and might go that route if this could not be done. Thank you again for your help.
  5. SpeedEuphoria
    08/02/2011 12:29 AM - permalink
    SpeedEuphoria
    Just wondering if you ever figured out the ETACS for working w/ LED bulbs?

    Thanks in advance
    Matt
  6. MitsubishiOwn
    07/28/2011 04:28 PM - permalink
    MitsubishiOwn
    Hey... Do you think it will be worth it to get that rear strut bar thing from that group buy for the spyder? I have pretty much all suspension upgrades besides this..
  7. Centurin
    06/16/2011 12:50 PM - permalink
    Centurin
    Hey Scarr. Quick question. Did you adjust the preload on your D2s when you installed them? Just curious.
  8. catman007
    06/16/2011 12:46 AM - permalink
    catman007
    Hey, I got a CAI for my car (finally). Hoping you could comment the youtube video I posted of the exhaust sound in my Member's Rides thread! See what you think :P
  9. Eclipse117
    06/10/2011 03:43 PM - permalink
    Eclipse117
    Kinda late reply, but thanks again for the info on the suspension! That is what I will do then. Take one step at a time with lowered to get the desired height. But I am set on the D2 setup.
  10. Silvertune
    05/14/2011 03:39 PM - permalink
    Silvertune
    Steve, where you at?

About Me

  • About scarr
    Location
    Houtzdale, PA
    Car:
    2001 spyder gs
    Occupation
    Mechanical designer
    Ride
    2001 spyder gs
    Engine type and displacement
    2.4l
    Induction
    N/A
    Tranny type
    Hybrid
    Tires
    Street Radials
    Horsepower
    9000.0
    60 foot time
    0.000
    1/8 Mile ET
    0.000
    1/8 Mile MPH
    0.00
    1/4 Mile ET
    0.000
    1/4 Mile MPH
    0.00
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    you got questions? we got answers: http://tearstone.com/shop/Factory-Service-Manuals/
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    scarr's right

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