Jan4iks

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    Latvia
  • Subaru Model
    Impreza WRX
  1. The set is on sale: https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/223949619693 Without e-bay, price can be better...😉
  2. Continuing about the "beta" headlamp set... arranging electrical wires: What's next!? To continue working, I plan to put this set on sale, better than DIY (without light modules) - because the light modules will also be useful for set # 1 😉 PS Of course, if there will be interest, I can also sell with all modules and then buy everything again for the next set...
  3. As the title of the topic was the abbreviation "DIY" , so a little about the useful light modules. 1. Low beam: Low beam (R): Hella white: 1BL139278001 Hella black: 1BL139800011 Low beam from DEPO: 444-1117 R-LD-E Low beam (L): Hella white: 1BL139277001 Hella black: 1BL139799011 Low beam from DEPO: 444-1117 L-LD-E - Parts for Hella low beam light modules: Case with glass (R): White: 9BG135942011 Black: 9BG139802011 Case with glass (L): White: 9BG135941011 Black: 9BG139801011 Hella linse L=R: 9DR136958021 Hella low beam modules are switchable LHD or RHD! About DEPO modules, I don't know. 2. High beam: High beam, L=R: Hella chrome: 1K2 006 147-051 Hella black: 1K2 006 147-041 Hella white: 1K2 006 147-031 3 Turn lights: Turn light, L=R: Hella 2BA008221007
  4. 5. Conclusion... - cut out, folded, screwed: - painted with black primer: - on the car: - from inside: - Work with project "beta" version finished - bracket still need minor improvements, but it will no longer affect the overall look! Thanks for Your attention 😉! If any questions, feel free and ask!
  5. 4. Fitting on the car: - on the car: - small problem - not fit the light module: - after all adjustments look of the bracket slightly changed: - Editing file and send it to a laser cutter: to be continued...
  6. Continuation... 2. Light module choice: - Of the available cars with round headlights, the choice is not too large... - For low beam my choice stopped at the BMW E-30 - desired diameter, compact anchorages, available used: - For high beam, I did not find anything from known cars in size, therefore I chose Hella universal modules: - Turn indicators - universal Hella modules: 3. Bracket fabrication: - This will be the most difficult process... copying the original with tape: - Scanned in the computer: - Draw in graphic editor: - Print and glue it on a metal plate and cut it out: - The "alpha" version of the bracket is ready for measurement: to be continued...
  7. Probably everyone knows how difficult it is to find the Impreza "BLOBEYE" Morette headlights. I've been looking for them for a long time, but unfortunately, I didn't find anything suitable. Then I decided, if I can't find it, I'll make it myself! This is how my project came about. The aim of the project - creation of Morette headlights copies using available light modules. And maybe, the headlights what I make, will be interesting to someone else too… Starting point: - Subaru Impreza "BLOBEYE" - the opportunity to borrow original Morette headlamps from a friend - Skills in working with fiberglass I will not go into details, therefore below it will be more pictures and just a little text… Ok, Let's go! 1. Making masks copies: - genuine Morette headlights: - made fiberglass shapes: - first copy of masks ready: - sizes identical to an original (my masks on genuine headlights): to be continued.....
  8. Hi all! My name is Janis, i live in Latvia. I’m a user of Subaru Impreza WRX "BLOBEYE". I’m planning a project, which might also be of interest to other "BLOBEYE" Impreza users. Specifically - DIY Morette headlights. Target - make headlight set within a reasonable price range...