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Super Fogs with 3M Stone Guard Protection

Warning: If you are not competent or do not feel comfortable doing any of these modifications or procedures, then please do not do so. I will not be held responsible for any damages caused by a result of your actions. Now on to the fun stuff!

There are a few people that have done this modification and have documented it much better than I ever have, so here are the links to their sites.

Seedster
Jim Powell

I used a set of 80 watt H7's from Summit Racing

I tried first on a broken Hella fog lamp that I had laying around. I went clear through the aluminum before I could get the bulb to fit in. The pictures here and the ones that are on my car are ZKW. I have heard of people getting the Hella units to work. They claim that you have to do more grinding than with the ZKW units, but that they do work. Personally it didn't work for me.

Pictures:

First a couple of shots of the fog lights themselves.

And now some night shots...

Here is a picture of the 3M stone guard that I purchased and put on the fog lights.

Update:
I have since changed the bulbs to 60 watt H7 without any sort of coating. The light output is much better due to not having the blue coating.
The blue color that the lights had when on is now gone. They look better and put out much more light.

Here are a few shots of the fogs with the ellipsoids on

 


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