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headlight conversion #42332 Sep 4, 2:49pm Sep 4, 2:49pm
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headlight conversion
is there any way to change a 6th gen celica haedlights into 7th gen headlights

Re: headlight conversion [Re: blitz_celica] #42333 Sep 4, 2:55pm Sep 4, 2:55pm
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yep...with $$ there's alway a way. grin

Re: headlight conversion [Re: blitz_celica] #42334 Sep 4, 2:59pm Sep 4, 2:59pm
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are there any kits

Re: headlight conversion [Re: blitz_celica] #42335 Sep 4, 3:02pm Sep 4, 3:02pm
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Originally Posted by blitz_celica
are there any kits



well i think the normal thing is to just get the headlights and basically chop up a hole for them then mold some things and your done

Re: headlight conversion [Re: blitz_celica] #42336 Sep 4, 3:02pm Sep 4, 3:02pm
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no kits. i assume it's gonna take quite a bit of dinero since the housing is much larger and situatied differently than the dual lamps of the 6th gen. like spatzikid said, lots of fund are needed so i don't believe it's worth it. just make your car fast, handle nimbly and clean as hell. thumbsup


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Re: headlight conversion [Re: blitz_celica] #42337 Sep 4, 3:04pm Sep 4, 3:04pm
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thats too bad

Re: headlight conversion [Re: blitz_celica] #42338 Sep 4, 3:04pm Sep 4, 3:04pm
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not that i'm aware of...u need to do a lot of metal work and buy the headlights.

Re: headlight conversion [Re: spaztikid] #42339 Sep 4, 3:08pm Sep 4, 3:08pm
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Originally Posted by spaztikid
not that i'm aware of...u need to do a lot of metal work and buy the headlights.


yea really the hardest part is cutting out the space for it

step2.mold all the "holes" so to say from your previous headlight

step 3.put in the new headlight and do all the wiring,you'll probably need new bulbs too

Re: headlight conversion [Re: blitz_celica] #42340 Sep 4, 3:21pm Sep 4, 3:21pm
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go to gallery than miscelianeous will those work

Re: headlight conversion [Re: blitz_celica] #42341 Sep 4, 3:29pm Sep 4, 3:29pm
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it would require a lot of modification and IMO, i don't think it would look right on the 6th gen body style.


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Re: headlight conversion [Re: VSGTS14] #42342 Sep 4, 3:38pm Sep 4, 3:38pm
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Originally Posted by VSGTS14
it would require a lot of modification and IMO, i don't think it would look right on the 6th gen body style.

who would have thought it would look good on and rx7... but it did.

Re: headlight conversion [Re: spaztikid] #42343 Sep 4, 3:40pm Sep 4, 3:40pm
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Originally Posted by spaztikid
Originally Posted by VSGTS14
it would require a lot of modification and IMO, i don't think it would look right on the 6th gen body style.

who would have thought it would look good on and rx7... but it did.


yes...but try to picture it on the RX7...then on a 6th gen body style...
idk though... confused


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get someone to photochop it 4 you

Re: headlight conversion [Re: spaztikid] #42345 Sep 5, 2:37am Sep 5, 2:37am
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Originally Posted by spaztikid
get someone to photochop it 4 you

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