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      08-20-2017, 02:06 PM   #23
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Thanks. It's hard to install them ??
Did you installed a S3 manidfold yourself... didnt you?
compare to that its a piece of cake bc i still dont have balls to do 3m
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Is there any sort of modification necessary for those fogs? Any issues to be aware of? As far as the LUX's I didn't know you could control the intensity.

Looking good!
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Is there any sort of modification necessary for those fogs? Any issues to be aware of? As far as the LUX's I didn't know you could control the intensity.

Looking good!
with the LUX H8 180 angel eyes you can't adjust the intensity as these are set to be at full power all the time already. They are just plug and play
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Is there any sort of modification necessary for those fogs? Any issues to be aware of? As far as the LUX's I didn't know you could control the intensity.

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with the LUX H8 180 angel eyes you can't adjust the intensity as these are set to be at full power all the time already. They are just plug and play
Are there some lux angel eyes where you can control the intensity? Did I misinterpret what the OP said? It sounded like there was some adjustability.
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Are there some lux angel eyes where you can control the intensity? Did I misinterpret what the OP said? It sounded like there was some adjustability.
The LUX H8 V5's allow you to adjust the color setting actually. These are adjustable from a neutral 5000K to a much cooler 12,000k setting
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The LUX H8 V5's allow you to adjust the color setting actually. These are adjustable from a neutral 5000K to a much cooler 12,000k setting
So color temperature only...NOT the intensity of the output? There are some AEs I see that look like a dim, but clean, crisp ring. Others look like crazy bright rings with light everywhere.
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So color temperature only...NOT the intensity of the output? There are some AEs I see that look like a dim, but clean, crisp ring. Others look like crazy bright rings with light everywhere.
a lot of that has to due with the camera and over/under exposing the picture. in person our lights will be clean and crisp, but not blurred
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