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Old 01-03-2014, 10:51 PM   #1
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Khoalty projector fogs bulb size

I'm about to place an order for the Khoalty projector fogs and I'm not sure what kind of bulbs I should get. I seen some people say the H3 but I just want to make sure. Would the DS2 size work and the H7?

Would I need something like this http://www.theretrofitsource.com/pro...oducts_id=3958 ????
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anyone? I'm dying to place the order!!!
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They are H3 bulbs.
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They are H3 bulbs.
Ok thanks. So I would need that HID ballast I linked in my first post if I wanted to run 3000k H3 bulbs?
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Yea, there's a guide somewhere on this forum on adding hid bulbs to that projector.
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http://forum.e46fanatics.com/showthread.php?t=400630

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Damn, well it can't be that difficult since they sell the projectors to fit and that thread is from 2006 so I doubt that they had these projectors 8 years ago. Do people actually put halogen bulbs in these projectors? Is that even a thing since they don't sell the HIDs and projectors as a kit?
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Also, would the E46 need a Standalone Can-Bus harness?
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With the projector fogs, you just have to drill a hole in the back of the projector to wire the HID wires through very simple, and I do not believe you will need a error eliminator as long as you use a canbus ballast, or an analog one as most have problems with digital ballasts
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