Chris Duke of Motorz TV http://www.motorz.tv shows you how to upgrade and aim your vehicle's headlights, compares stock and aftermarket bulbs, and more.
Show notes: http://www.motorz.tv/blog/2543/how-to-aim-headlights/
How-To Install Appearance Products on a Ford Mustang
Chris Duke of Motorz TV http://www.motorz.tv shows you how to install
various aftermarket appearance accessories on a Ford Mustang GT.
Accessories include painted engine part covers from Midwest Auto Gear,
chrome engine caps from Stack Racing, tail light trim, replacement halo
headlights and halo fog lights, new GT emblems, side decals, as well as a
retro rear window louver.
Show notes: http://www.motorz.tv/blog/2251/ford-Mustang-makeover/
How-To Lower a Ford Mustang
Chris Duke of Motorz TV http://www.motorz.tv/ shows you how to lower a 2008
Ford Mustang GT (S197)
using a FR3 handling pack from Ford Racing.
Show notes: http://www.motorz.tv/2610/lowering-a-Mustang
How-To Install a Mustang Body Kit
Chris Duke of Motorz TV http://www.motorz.tv/ shows you how to install a
Boy Racer body kit from 3dCarbon on a 2008 Ford Mustang GT (S197).
Show notes: http://www.motorz.tv/2625/Mustang-body-kit/
Extreme Garage Makeover
Chris Duke from Motorz TV http://www.motorz.tv/ shows you how to do an
extreme garage makeover using tools and Gladiator GarageWorks products
available from the Sears Blue Tool Crew.
Show notes: http://www.motorz.tv/extreme-garage-makeover/
How To Aim Headlights - EricTheCarGuy
How To Aim Headlights - EricTheCarGuy
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Since I just finished up with the headlight restoration I thought it would
be a great time to check the aim of the headlights. This process will be
different on older vehicles but most modern vehicles have this set up. The
most important thing to remember however is that you need to make sure
you're on a level surface when performing this procedure otherwise you will
not be successful in aiming your headlights correctly.
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Headlight Lens Restore using Toothpaste!
CGHQ Website: http://www.classicgamershq.com
Headlight lens restoration using regular toothpaste is real. It doesn't
take much effort, but the type or brand of toothpaste does make a
difference. Watch to see the results i came up with.
TRS Tips: Headlight Aiming Tips for Completed Projector Retrofits
Once your retrofit is complete, you'll almost always find that the beam
pattern needs to be adjusted. We go over a few important points of
reference to make sure your newly retrofitted headlights are aimed just
Height: Park 25 feet away from an average passenger vehicle. The upper
cutoff line should be just underneath it's side view mirrors. This will
ensure maximum distance lighting without too high, thus risk glaring
Side to Side: Squarely park 25 feet away from a wall with a clean visible
surface. Measure the distance between the two projectors on the front of
your vehicle, and ensure that the distance between the steps in the beam
pattern on the wall matches that. The center point between the beam's steps
should match the center point between the projectors. This will ensure
maximum width, without compromising any intensity in the center. It will
also give you more distance on your side of the road while cutting the
light on the side of oncoming traffic (due to the rising shape of the beam)
How to adjust and align headlights and foglights
For reference this is 55w 6000k bi-xenons and 3000k 35w fogs. The video
does not represent its real color, its not very accurate.
The manufacturer's rules are:
Low beams - 2 inches under the bulb line
Fog lights - 4 inches under the bulb line
Additional off road driving lights - 1.5 inches under the line.
all 25 feet away from the wall
How To Clean Civic Type R Headlights with Toothpaste
We show you how to clean the misty haze layer that can appear on your
plastic headlight lenses over time making them look dull and transform them
into new shiny headlights!
All you need is toothpaste and a cloth!
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How To Restore Clarity To Plastic Headlights Easily
Many people buy expensive kits to clean their headlights. Why do that, when
you can use a combination of products you most likely already have? And
there are no machines required! All good old fashion elbow grease
Baking Soda Kills Headlight Haze
An alternative, all-natural method to clean the milky haze from plastic
headlights and taillights.
The recipe is simple: In a plastic bowl, mix Murphy's™ Oil Soap and
Baking Soda together to about the consistency of pancake batter. Wet a soft
rag or towel, dip into the solution, and rub out the haze using circular
and crisscross motions.
You'll feel resistance as you rub into the haze. Keep scrubbing, using more
paste as needed to completely remove the haze. Rinse, and repeat as
I didn't mask off the areas around my truck's taillights, but you might
want to mask off around where you're doing your work, if you want.
Made this video as a response to a post about removing plastic headlight
haze over at corolland[dot]com.
How-To Machine a Chevy 350 V8 Small Block Engine
Chris Duke from Motorz TV http://www.motorz.tv takes our Chevy 350 small
block to the machine shop to show you the process of machining a block.
Special guest Britt Bostick from NuTech Engine Systems.
Show notes: http://www.motorz.tv/machine-shop/
Watch the complete Chevy 350 engine rebuild series:
1. Tear Down: http://youtu.be/LZO1fWVxN4c
2. Machine Shop: http://youtu.be/e3r3wRBoXkk
3. Bottom End: http://youtu.be/gfrYWKi78zc
4. Top End: http://youtu.be/g46s-Vr4Br0
5. Finale: http://youtu.be/mvJNMN-oP68