...It certainly seems like it would be a bad idea to have such bright light without projectors to keep it where it should be.
yup thats what I'm thinking...but hey its all in the engineering since it's designed to hold HID light
... how well would our cars be able to use ...Philips 4300k bulbs with our stock projectors? In other words, would it be worth it and would they be brighter than stock? Obviously they wouldn't be as bright as they were made to be used with a proper HID kit.
They would be brighter than stock, hence be worth it
... though you'd probably want to fill in the two holes in the projector shiled which cause flares/ufo's above the lights horizon line ..
Just that with our stock halogen projector you won't get the same color effect as an hid designed projector would.
which is why stock OEM hid's typically have that prism effect. The coloration is the result of the light projectors; the lenses: it's transparency, it's curvature, the tiny grooves etched into it; the projector assembly, the shield, and the reflector bowl. All these components work together to produce a signature of light unique to that particular optic's design.