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    Pardon my ignorance but what is an Oracle Halo?


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    It's the brand of light

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    Re: Black headlight mod.

    I think I might just sign up for this too, once the weather warms up enough to remove my headlights. I do want to see how the halos turn out. Which halo will you be using? I looked at their site, and am curious to see how the plasma ring looks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheDarkKnight
    It's the brand of light
    So it's the ring around the light? Does it stay on for daytime driving?

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    Yes. You can wire them directly to your drl's or you can run a switch to your drivers panel, or hook them to your fogs. Pretty much anything you want to do.
    As far as the look, they are sold in a wide variety of colors, and for our 09-13 models, the halo goes around the single eye light in the housing. Looks good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheDarkKnight
    Yes. You can wire them directly to your drl's or you can run a switch to your drivers panel, or hook them to your fogs. Pretty much anything you want to do.
    As far as the look, they are sold in a wide variety of colors, and for our 09-13 models, the halo goes around the single eye light in the housing. Looks good.
    I'm intrigued. Can you do a core type of deposit as this is my daily driver?

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    I would love to, but as you know replacement lights are very expensive. If business goes crazy then maybe, but right now it's not worth it to put out 700+

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    I know I know. Then manage my wealth and talk me out of my $935 car payment a month! Lol

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    Re: Black headlight mod.

    Alright everyone, here is a little update on my next project that we are working on. WGT3 wanted his housings painted Thunder Gray to match his paint job, he wanted his amber markers painted over to match the TG as well, tinted DRL's, and of course white Halo's! The housing ring of the halo's is also being matched to the TG. The pics include our post sanding process with 3 coats of primer to ensure good adhesion, each part of the light painted individually, and 3 coats of the TG paint on housings and markers. We still are going to be putting 2 more coats on everything!

    Moving forward gentleman (and ladies) we have the capability to color match to any color your would like, we would just need the color code from inside of your door sill. We also are capable of getting many different colors of Halo's. (red, green, blue, ambers, white, and color changing) Also we are able to do two ring halo kits that have one ring lighting as one color, and the other ring a seperate color. These Halo's do not interfere with the lights in any way and keep full functionality. The Halo's can be installed to your high beams, fog lights, DRL's, or we can provide a remote control to mount for an additional charge.

    If anyone has any concerns or questions for their individual application, feel free to PM, call, or email me. My personal email is Michaelgbemis@gmail.com, my cell is 267 885 4114, and of course you all know me here as The Dark Knight..........(play cheesy super hero music)

    We have a tentative mid March reservation for our friend GroceryGettinV. He's got some sick plans......stay tuned!







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    Quote Originally Posted by TheDarkKnight View Post
    Alright everyone, here is a little update on my next project that we are working on. WGT3 wanted his housings painted Thunder Gray to match his paint job, he wanted his amber markers painted over to match the TG as well, tinted DRL's, and of course white Halo's! The housing ring of the halo's is also being matched to the TG. The pics include our post sanding process with 3 coats of primer to ensure good adhesion, each part of the light painted individually, and 3 coats of the TG paint on housings and markers. We still are going to be putting 2 more coats on everything!

    Moving forward gentleman (and ladies) we have the capability to color match to any color your would like, we would just need the color code from inside of your door sill. We also are capable of getting many different colors of Halo's. (red, green, blue, ambers, white, and color changing) Also we are able to do two ring halo kits that have one ring lighting as one color, and the other ring a seperate color. These Halo's do not interfere with the lights in any way and keep full functionality. The Halo's can be installed to your high beams, fog lights, DRL's, or we can provide a remote control to mount for an additional charge.

    If anyone has any concerns or questions for their individual application, feel free to PM, call, or email me. My personal email is Michaelgbemis@gmail.com, my cell is 267 885 4114, and of course you all know me here as The Dark Knight..........(play cheesy super hero music)

    We have a tentative mid March reservation for our friend GroceryGettinV. He's got some sick plans......stay tuned!
    Those pics look like something by Lucas out of a Star Wars prop room...

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    I'm still confused how this works. I pull my headlights, send them to you and you work on them for how long?

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    Round trip is 4-5 days for regular service, and about a week if you're getting halos.

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    Re: Black headlight mod.

    alright gentleman......WGT3's lights are complete!
    First a picture of the color match housing and Halo backing all painted Thunder Grey


    Next a sexy picture of his new Halo's all lit up like the fourth of july!


    now a shot of them without the halos on....with the color matched TG paint on the vertical amber markers


    finally...a close up of the Amber marker delete paint matched!



    Hope you guys all love the work! Look forward to hearing from everyone with tax money to burn!
    We are also now doing tailight and marker tinting as well. Send us all your lights and have a totally new look in under a week!

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