I decided to finally stick my projectors in the bike.
I'll try and post as many pics/videos as possible so you can see exactly what I done.
This is on going so check back to see up to date progress.
First things first, get the headlight removed
Then remove all the bulbs and rubber seals:
Now you want to preheat the FAN assisted over to 150C (300F)
Now having a look at the headlight, the only parts which now hold the lens onto the headlight is these clips: (4 in total)
Now you need to find yourself a nice bit of think wood, or dense wood like birch or mahogany and stick the headlight on it to save from deforming other parts of the headlight from the heat:
Now set your timer for 3 mins:
Then Stick her in:
Now wait.. for roughly 3mins (funnily enough), then grab your mits:
Now take the lights out and place on a suitable work surface.
NOW LISTEN TO THIS PART.
Using flat wide objects like a wide screw driver etc pry the sides up ensuring that the clips are not holding onto the lens.
Now you must work SWIFT not quickly as you want to take your time with this but not so long that the glue gets cold.
A little bit of force is required but work your way round and round the lens till it starts to fall free.
Now be careful and make sure you do not get any of the adhesive on the lens projector etc etc, if you have to, when its stretches (like cheese on a pizza) just pull it off with your fingers, roll into a ball and discard.
Now hopefully you should have the first side off (for the people with separate lenses):
So now onto the other side, since you have take your time doing it, its time to stick it back in the oven again for another minute (only 1 min, as anymore is just over kill)
bring it out and same again with the other side, pry open the lens.
and thats how easy it is getting the lens off,
now you have full access to the projector and the surround to do as you please.
I will also mention now you have the lens off, cover them in cling film or as such to prevent scratches if your working on them:
So far I have done this and I've started modifying my projector to fit into the housing but this will come late, keep an eye out for updates.