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2004-2007 Cadillac CTS-V Appearance Mods Discussion, Pics smoked fogs in Cadillac CTS-V Series Forum - 2004 - 2007; Originally Posted by Natedog i went the easier route and just used niteshades over the amber turns and picked up ...
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    Re: Pics smoked fogs

    Quote Originally Posted by Natedog View Post
    i went the easier route and just used niteshades over the amber turns and picked up the eBay smoked corners... looks a ton better than stock and the turns shine through the translucent black paint no problem... with a lil patience and proper prep, the VHT product works great.
    That looks pretty good. I was thinking of doing darker on top and then a light coat on the bottom to kinda blend it in.


    Hum.....Going to have to wait till I get back from Mecum this weekend anyway. Guess I got more time to think about it.

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    Re: Pics smoked fogs

    PART 2 Finally


    8K 55W DDM kit ,3157 silver star clear/amber bulbs, SMT 5 led Towers from VLED, YGMS lenses,

    took about 1.5 hours going slow











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    Re: Pics smoked fogs



    i love it just need a GC drop.. anyone want to sponsor me??

    only thing i dont like is this gap.. no way to fix it without hacking up the housing so whatever, the YGMS lenses are a little to thin i guess



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    http://www.cadillacforums.com/forums...d-housing.html

    thanks to everyone who contributed to these 2 fine threads..

    no night pics yet but i take some when i get a chance

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    Re: Pics smoked fogs

    I put a line of foam weather stripping (from Home Depot) around the housing to fill the gap between the light and the front bumper. It has held up so far after a few washes and a few months of driving.

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    Re: Pics smoked fogs

    nice. Did you stick the adhesive backing to the ruber trim ring or fog light lense?

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    Re: Pics smoked fogs

    Quote Originally Posted by shadybx7 View Post
    nice. Did you stick the adhesive backing to the ruber trim ring or fog light lense?
    I stuck the adhesive to the fog light lense. It took some trial and error to line it up to the rubber trim ring.

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    Re: Pics smoked fogs

    looks great!!! so are the 55w brighter than low beams?

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    thanks redev i will pick some up tomorrow

    Quote Originally Posted by ccextra1976 View Post
    looks great!!! so are the 55w brighter than low beams?
    thanks

    yup, i think its because they have a pencil beam that is really long.i thought they would be the opposite and send light out to the sides since it has no projector.. i dunno

    i just got back from work and realized a few things.

    1. the driver side fog needs to be raised up with that little adjustment screw.. the passenger side it pretty good where it is. im guessing.

    is there a recommended height for fog light beams? like from XXfeet back from a wall the fog beam should be XXft high.......


    2. these fogs are super white and make my low beams look slightly purpleish, its hard to notice at first glance it sounds weird but whatever I really don't care that the beams don't match, i think they look great, i will get some pics when my camera is charged

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    Re: Pics smoked fogs

    Quote Originally Posted by shadybx7 View Post
    thanks redev i will pick some up tomorrow


    thanks

    yup, i think its because they have a pencil beam that is really long.i thought they would be the opposite and send light out to the sides since it has no projector.. i dunno

    i just got back from work and realized a few things.

    1. the driver side fog needs to be raised up with that little adjustment screw.. the passenger side it pretty good where it is. im guessing.

    is there a recommended height for fog light beams? like from XXfeet back from a wall the fog beam should be XXft high.......


    2. these fogs are super white and make my low beams look slightly purpleish, its hard to notice at first glance it sounds weird but whatever I really don't care that the beams don't match, i think they look great, i will get some pics when my camera is charged

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    Re: Pics smoked fogs

    i still dont get why you highlighted that line..

    any one know the recommended height for fog light beams? like from XXfeet back from a wall the fog beam should be XXft high.......

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    Re: Pics smoked fogs

    That line was highlighted in your original post. Look a few lines above.

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    Re: Pics smoked fogs

    looks great man!

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    Re: Pics smoked fogs

    naw. I never bolded the pencil beam part but 76 did just curious about its meaning.

    Thanks 05v

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    Re: Pics smoked fogs

    Yeah, I know. I was saying that's what he highlighted. I thought you were referring to the lower sentence that was already highlighted in your original post.

    It was just supposed to be some juvenile humor.

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