Thursday, May 2, 2013

MAZDA BT-50 BI-XENON PROJECTOR + DRL


Mazda BT-50 is the new mazda truck model which launch in malaysia last year(2012), i heard that alot of the complain about the stock headlamp design with the huge piece of the orange signal cover. Here is the chance that i got couple order from reseller, and re-design the bt-50 headlamp.



For my design, 1st i will definitely remove the disgusting orange color signal cover!



After dismantle the front headlamp cover, separate the inner part and take out the reflector bowl for projector retrofit.



This is part of my design, which is smoked the reflector bowl to matte black color and this way make the projector lens more outstanding from the headlamp.



After remove the orange color signal cover, i also smoked the signal part into matte black, and apply 4pcs of 1.5w drl each side on the RS cover. As the background color matte black, the drl is like few diamond in the headlamp. haha! The DRL showing like double raw due to the chrome/mirror surface, its look pretty cool.



The final part which join all the separate part back in complete headlamp, ccfl and drl testing before send out the headlamp.



This is 1 of the customer car with the new headlamp look, how is it? a big different before custom work rite? The whole headlamp into black only the chrome lining part (rs cover) surround the projector.


The nemo shark, which is sent from my customer. does them looks a like? XD

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4 comments:

  1. how about the high and low beam??
    can they still fully function in a single projector bulb??
    tnx

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  2. Hi, definitely agree the OEM headlights suck. How much are these and can you send them to Australia?

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  3. can you get these headlights for a 2007 model BT50?

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