01-03 Civic Projector Swap Tutorial **update**

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01-03 Civic Projector Swap Tutorial **update**

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Hey guys,
I just wanted to let everyone know I’ve updated the page.

a) fixed spelling errors
b) updated disclaimer and added warning
c) added downloadable zip file
d) non-resized images in zip file (575x431)
e) link changed to /tutorial/projectors from /projectors

I didn’t update a hole lot, but I do think that the download option will make things a bit nicer for those of you who wish to take it with you on a laptop or print them off.

01-03 Civic Projector Swap Tutorial
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01-03 Civic Projector Swap Tutorial
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I plan on making a fiberglass panel to cover the hole on the bottom and sealing it with silicone. How did you deal with closing the gap?
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We just used some thick black plastic and sealed it on with silicone. I'm not sure excattly what kind of plastic it was. I got it from a machine shop.
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Use tire tube material with silicone. Thats what I used a couple of months ago when I did some lights for a fellow mx3er.
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i love the look but im scared to try
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