So most have seen some pictures already, but just wanted to make a thread for easier search and more easier research.
First have to say thanks to Bjorn at http://www.customlightz.com for making the headlights possible. Was a pressure meeting and hanging out with at his Huge Warehouse. also thanks to Steve at http://www.XenonDepot.com for providing the HID's needed with such a Short time.
So to target the lights.
I wanted to do something completely custom which hasn't been done before. This is the First Quad Projector setup done on our accords, and have to say just love the out-come and the Increase of light output VIA night driving is just unreal. I believe i can see about 500 feet in front of me clear as day lol!!! I changed it up this time, instead of going with 8k i went with 6k for a little more light output and whiter effect in light output color.
Projector: APR1 (s2000) w/ Color Mod Stage 1 & 2 and w/ Custom Clear lens
Color Mod mean's: The S2000 projectors are known for their width and brightness. Although, relatively colorful, the S2000 can display more blue and purple through color mod stage 1 and 2 (CMS1 and CMS2), and still remain sharp, bright and wide.
Shroud: OEM was used
HID: XenonDepot 6000k 35w Xtreme kits
Halo: CCFL halo were used, and was molded to the Projector to give it a Fade away appeal. Which i love you really can't tell there is a Halo there until i turn on the Halos.
Projector: Mini bi-xenon includes the ultra-compact H1 5.0 projectors
Shroud: K-shrouds where used
HID: Xenon Depot 6000k 35w Xtreme Kit
Halo: CCFL halo were used, and same as low beam it was molded to the projector for the fade away appeal.
The headlights were completely Blacked out from the inside, to give it completely custom feel to them
Before i get asked this is completely High-end retrofit and the cost goes right up there with them lol.. The complete Retrofit Cost: $2200, the price will change if you degrade projectors and change it up a little.
Here are the pictures, again I LOVE THEM haha.... Working on getting the Night Time shots