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Hi is there any way to open the headlight case? to have an acces to the coponent to paint or mod some of them???
Of course anything is possible, one common technique is to heat up the headlight in the oven with very gentle heat to loosen the adhesive. But unless you got access to a giant commercial pizza oven, I don't know if the giant headlight module can fit in a typical home oven. Also, I gotta warn you that there are circuit boards inside the front headlight, so be very careful with what you are doing.Hi is there any way to open the headlight case? to have an acces to the coponent to paint or mod some of them???
Well, I'm interested! Give me a good link to investigate the headlights and who can I get to answer any question I may have?That's expensive, considering you'd be able to purchase our completely modified lights for ~$1k, which includes shipping. But then again, we don't have the "mandatory" orange reflectors.
I quite like the yellow... Thinking about that myself now ?this is basically what I would want would it be extra money? also can it be more yellowish and less orange? View attachment 2766 View attachment 2766
how much are all the parts if i wanted to do this myself and can this be done to regular veloster headlight?Not really any change in money, just makes you stand out from the other headlights. I can knock $10 off for using only 1 color LEDs rather than 2 color LEDs on the circles.