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Old 07-04-2009, 10:18 PM
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*UPDATED 12/22/11* Almightyfargoth's 2002 EX Sedan (56k)

This is my 2002 Taffeta White EX Sedan with the 2.3L F23A1 VTEC engine.











































































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Buddy Club P1 Racing SF's (White) 17X7 +42 offset
Toyo Proxes T1R's 215/45/17
Wings West W-Type lip kit painted Tafetta White
AP2 S2000 exhaust tip
35% window tint
OEM Blackhousing Headlights (clear strips)
5000k DDM Tuning HID Kit (low beams)
OEM Clear Lens Fog Lights
3000k DDM Tuning HID kit (fogs)
Hyper Yellow 9005 bulbs (high beams)
DIY Red/Clear 01-02 Tail lights
Generic sedan style window visors

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Pure White LED lights (map, dome, visor mirrors, trunk ceiling, tag light)
Rockford Fosgate 600W Amplifier
Twin 12" Rockford Fosgate P1 Gunmetal Subwoofers in a trunk fit custom enclosure

Engine/Performance:
AEM V2 Cold Air Intake
Megan Racing SS 4:2:1 Header
OEM V6 Hood Dampers
Unorthodox Racing Pulley Set (Silver)

Suspension/Brakes:
KSport Coilovers
Hawk brake pads
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Old 07-04-2009, 10:35 PM
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Re: Almightyfargoth's 2002 EX Sedan (56k)

Man that is one nice, clean car. Great job done right.
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Old 07-04-2009, 10:36 PM
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Re: Almightyfargoth's 2002 EX Sedan (56k)

lol god dam... the hid fogs are crazy bright lol.
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Re: Almightyfargoth's 2002 EX Sedan (56k)

can't say it enough.. love your ride
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Re: Almightyfargoth's 2002 EX Sedan (56k)

damn that looks really clean bro!
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Re: Almightyfargoth's 2002 EX Sedan (56k)

Now that car looks complete now.

I was thinking about getting some 3k hid for my fogs too. But did you have to replace or upgrade the harnesses because since you are running HID's on low and high beams? I remember seeing on DDM site that they sell some kind of harness upgrade for ppl who want to run multiple HID kits cuz the oem harness will not be able to handle the heat?
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Re: Almightyfargoth's 2002 EX Sedan (56k)

NICE! Love the white on white!
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Re: Almightyfargoth's 2002 EX Sedan (56k)

Thank you for your comments guys!

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Now that car looks complete now.

I was thinking about getting some 3k hid for my fogs too. But did you have to replace or upgrade the harnesses because since you are running HID's on low and high beams? I remember seeing on DDM site that they sell some kind of harness upgrade for ppl who want to run multiple HID kits cuz the oem harness will not be able to handle the heat?
Well I'm actually only running an HID kit on my low beams and my fog lights. I just have Nokya yellow bulbs in my high beams so I haven't experienced how to handle that situation, or would really want to...HID's in high beams would be silly. Did you mean low beam and fogs instead? If thats the case, the fog lights have their own separate wiring so its unlikely there would be much of a problem with heat unless you're running some crazy setup and have poor connections or bad grounding or something. I just don't know, I've never had a problem with anything burning out, a ballast going bad, a bulb blowing etc. If you like the look I say go for it but if you're worried about it I'd contact DDM or perhaps make a thread about it on here and see what other people think.
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Re: Almightyfargoth's 2002 EX Sedan (56k)

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Thank you for your comments guys!



Well I'm actually only running an HID kit on my low beams and my fog lights. I just have Nokya yellow bulbs in my high beams so I haven't experienced how to handle that situation, or would really want to...HID's in high beams would be silly. Did you mean low beam and fogs instead? If thats the case, the fog lights have their own separate wiring so its unlikely there would be much of a problem with heat unless you're running some crazy setup and have poor connections or bad grounding or something. I just don't know, I've never had a problem with anything burning out, a ballast going bad, a bulb blowing etc. If you like the look I say go for it but if you're worried about it I'd contact DDM or perhaps make a thread about it on here and see what other people think.
My bad, yea I meant to say low beams and fogs. I am currently running DDM's 35w kit and want to switch my fog bulbs with HID's. Yea my fogs do have its own separate wiring too, so you saying I can just buy their kit and do a plug and play with the harness that is used for my fogs?
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Re: Almightyfargoth's 2002 EX Sedan (56k)

Originally Posted by JDM Accord 510 View Post
My bad, yea I meant to say low beams and fogs. I am currently running DDM's 35w kit and want to switch my fog bulbs with HID's. Yea my fogs do have its own separate wiring too, so you saying I can just buy their kit and do a plug and play with the harness that is used for my fogs?
Yeah, you should be good to go dude.
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