I'd Go 4 Next 2 Both Headlightz In the Middle Grill Thingy...
so only one person can comment on what they suggest. I would appreciate it some others could say something.
Light red if you are getting a dual head LPP/AL.
Green is for a single head of the above mentioned. I don't know how much space there is, but if there is enough space, and you are getting a single head system, placing the head right under the Acura badge would probably be a better spot than the green one I suggested.
Dark + Light red if you are getting a Blinder 4-head system.
I'm assuming your state does not require front plates? How much "lip" does the bumper have where the light red and green squares are? If there is enough, you could get away installing the heads with double sided tape
well i wouldn't get a single head but im wondering is it enough with two heads or should i get 4. also there is enough room for double sided tape in all places mentioned. Why do you suggest the light red for the dual head placement instead of the dark red?
Originally Posted by ELVATO
Ease of install. Plus it better covers the fogs. A double head diode system should cover you very well in the front.
If there is enough room, and you are getting a diode double head system, you could even consider going in the slot under the dark red slots, if you can get it straight.
I would go with the grill install(maroon), twooheads of either an LPP or AL will give you plenty of protection. I am running dual head LPP setup on a car similar to yours and have both heads mounted in the grill.
So far I've tested it against an ultralyte and get JTG's every time.
I would mount just below the maroon marks for best coverage IMHO.
I think the other locations are too low and may leave you exposed on the outer corner of your headlights.
Mounting below the maroon marks will also give your foglights more protection. A dual head setup would be best.
Then rent a gun a and test your setup. This way you will know where you stand in terms of protection
Ah, geeze, now I have to update my picture.
Ok, I think it's been established that the blue would be the best spot, but only if you can get the heads straight.
If not, I guess maroon comes next. It gives more protection bias to the headlights, still providing protection to the fogs. As I said before, I suggested the light reds because they seem to the easiest place to install the heads staight. I wasn't sure how straight the maroon would be, or how much "lip" there was there.
Either way, the fact that you would have a dual head system provides plenty of protection in itself.[/url]