3" FX-R Projector with 'Trax' logo etched into the lenses
Fake 2.5" Projector retrofitted in OEM turn signal spot
Dual Apollo V2 Shrouds
Dual Plasma Halos (Yukon Direct Fit kit)
Morimoto 35ive D2S Ballasts
Osram Xenarc Bulbs
Switchback Bulb in OEM location (behind fake Projector)
Custom Fiberglassed Turn Signal/Running LEDs in OEM Side location
Matte Black Internal Paint
I installed HIDs into this car back in March-ish this year, and after a few months my client was wanting better lights....what better way than upgrading to Projectors! He wanted to take it to a different level than a simple retro. He wanted to get rid of the 'ribs' that normally surround the Denali upgraded headlights, so we went with a regular Yukon aftermarket light to clean up some of the lines. With that out of the way, he wanted the 'dual' look of high-end cars, so we went with a fake projector up top. Normally with fake projectors, they are just that....fake, and there to look OEM....not perform. Well, this one was different. I did the normal mounting (just aesthetic....not aligning them to output)...and once installed on car and SUPER bright switchback bulb behind the lens, I noticed an issue.....this thing PUTS OUT LIGHT....normally it'd be just a good indicator light...but the Driving Lights output light, and by that, I mean throws light a hundred or more feet.....so that may be an issue down the road, as I've never ran into something like this...but the customer and I agreed that he'd run around with them like this for now and see if issue pop up...if so, we'll simply bypass the running light portion into the High Beam setting. Crazy cool that it does it, but not necessary in my mind. Moving on, my client wanted to do something with the boring side mini light....I suggested a cool switchback led pod of some sort and with the mention of fiberglass, he was hooked....so I fabricated a custom 'ribbed' mount and went from there.
After everything was done, threw some matte black paint down and she was good to go.
These turned out SICK and are among the coolest looking lights I've done so far.