New headlights for the goblin

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    LB3711 Green Goblin Staff Member

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    As its known now. I got Retroshop headlights. Maxed out options. So happy and love them. What a bitch to get the bumper off for the first time.

    Mod list:
    Painted housings
    Etched Lenses
    Upgraded Clear HID projector Lens
    Diode Dynamics RGBW Demon Eyes
    Diode Dynamics RGBW C Lights
    Prototype Diode Dynamics Switchback C Lights.

    Now pictures.

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    LB3711 Green Goblin Staff Member

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    Some lamo lit pictures. Ill get better lit pics better.


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    Very nice. Any progress pictures?
     
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    yes there are pictures of a lot of stuff. I will eventually post in here and label them
     
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    those look vaguely familiar......... ;)
     
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    lol
     
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    some install pictures


    Unplug the plug from the back of the fog light

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    There is 3 bolts on each side of the fender to bumper.
    2 up inside the fender that has to be reached from inside the wheel well.
    Removing the wheels makes the job 100% easier
    Need to remove at least half of the inner wheel well liner to make the job easier to get up on there to get to said 2 bolts. 10mm bolts

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    Unplug the side marker light plugs

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    the top bolt is easy to get to from under the hood also 10mm

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    LB3711 Green Goblin Staff Member

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    Inner fender plastic pins. On my car with the cooling ducts there is 3 that are different. I only removed the front half or the liner. But the liner is rivited in the center so it wont come out of the car unless you completely remover the entire liner.

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    Just remove just the bottom bolts to the bottom of the bumper not the plastic clips. I think 7mm

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    Frontal view of the bumper removed

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    Need to remove all the plastic pins in the black plastic part under the hood

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    Did notice that on the drivers side brake duct that there is a scoop that directs some of the air right up into the air box. On Mopar box its open on top, in front and bottom. in that area its all open so all the air that get scooped up goes right to the air box.


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