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Old 03-01-2012, 08:52 PM   #1
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Denji questions

hello everyone. would it be worthwhile for me to relay my headlights if i am using a 35 watt HID kit for my denji headlights? if yes would i have to relay both low-beam (from projector) and hi beam (halogen bulb that used to be denji low beam) or can the hi beam work off of old wiring while the projector runs from the relay? btw this is for a 92 civic cx.
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