Yes sir, either under or on the side. I remember doing a "mock" mount to see how or where to fit. Then stuck the badboys on there and closed it up. The good thing is, with our projectors, I still get a nice good cut off and no glare. Usually halogen projectors don't work so well with HIDs. No problems and you guys will love it.
Common misconception my friend. Many think since it is a projector, it will work the same. The thing is HID and Halogens have totally different beam patterns. Hence HIDs and Halogens have different reflectors engineered to work with the beam(this is why when you install HID in a car with regular reflectors, you get crazy glare and output).
Same goes for projectors and some may project the light too high.
Here is a halogen projector from a Honda I think on the left, compared to HID projector on the right.
I did not know this until I read a lot about this and researched. Many guys on teh 07 and up Camrys install HIDs thinking "Yay Haxx0r I are the halogen projector so can use HIDs!" They run into a problem where it causes glare to oncoming traffic. So see below what their fix is
Here is something that might make it easier to understand
The red lines are the lights coming out through the squirrel spotter hole. Halogens are not too bright, so after getting reflected off the shield, more lumens are reduced thus not causing glare. HIDs are very bright, so even after getting reflected off the shield, the reduced lumens are still greater then the max lumens produced from a halogen bulb.
Simply pushing the flap down does NOT fix the squirrel spotter situation.
The bottom two pics are with the squirrel spotter hole covered. At this point, you can leave the flap at it's original angle or you can push it back down, it will not affect the light output. But as lammydi said, pushing it down can create a barrier between the heat to the soda can and jb-weld.
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