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Cp Racing Fc 86-92 Flush Mount Headlight Kit, Now

Old 06-14-2004, 04:59 PM
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CP RACING & DESIGNS (www.cpracing.ca) flush mount light kit for all 86-92 2nd generation Mazda Rx7s. The lightweight, one piece, fibreglass buckets house a single 4 inch (optional angel eye) high beam and a 3 inch low beam Hella brand light. Quick and easy installation designed for use with factory hood, fenders and bumper. Does not require removal of any bodywork. Considerable weight savings due to elimination of the factory lights and cover, pop up mechanism and all associated armatures and linkages. High power bulbs replace the heavy, dim and pitted pop up sealed beams. Uses Hella 55W bulbs, plug and play wiring with existing factory harness. A durable lexan cover has been formed to follow the contours of the original headlight cover, it forms a water tight seal over the lights. Vents allow air to pass beneath hood for lower under hood temperatures. A comprehensive installation guide is supplied with the kit. Comes with all necessary brackets and hardware for installation. Replacement bulbs are available at any automotive or hardware store. And as always our price includes taxes and shipping. Because we cannot constantly monitor the forum, we ask you direct all questions to [email protected] as we will not be replying here. Thank you for your cooperation,

Price: $650.00- to your door.



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thats neat!
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Originally Posted by cpracing' date='Jun 14 2004, 05:59 PM
Does not require removal of any bodywork.
Looks like you have to cut out the top part of the front fascia down to the FTP?
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Originally Posted by ColinRX7' date='Jun 15 2004, 04:52 AM
Looks like you have to cut out the top part of the front fascia down to the FTP?
i thought so too.
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Originally Posted by ColinRX7' date='Jun 15 2004, 08:52 AM
Looks like you have to cut out the top part of the front fascia down to the FTP?
what would we do without you?
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Old 06-15-2004, 10:02 PM
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I dont like how they come all the way down like that. I wish they could just fit in the original headlight placement. not have to remove the bumper peice and the ftp's
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Ummm......ugly
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Ill stick with my pop-ups, thank ye very much.
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I like the east baer kit. its the best I've seen 2nd only to the fc2000
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