Now, mount the projector in the housing, the alignment plate will align it correctly, then you will feed through the wires for the cutoff. then put on your retaining nut (red arrow) and tighten up the nut so the projector doesnt move, all the while making sure that the tab stays vertical and square
put a blob of JB weld over the hole where the wires come through the housing to seal it
After you have it mounted up you will want to scrape the existing glue out of the joint where the lens goes on the housing and put a bead of the supplied glue in there to make sure it reseals and doesnt get a ton of water in the lense. from what I've seen on Billinvic's build thread they will still get a little condensation on cold wet days, and I can attest to this.
Now you will preheat the oven back to 200, put the lens back onto the housing, bake for 10 minutes, and press the lens down to make sure it seats in the glue. And put the clips that hold the lense on to hold it down.
After the light cools, you need to remount your adjustment hardware to the back, and place the bulb retainer onto the housing.
Next clean off your bulbs using the supplied wipes, DO NOT TOUCH THEM WITH YOUR FINGERS. then flip down the little clip that holds them.
Next you will wire up and mount the MOTOCONTROL box and ballasts which is pretty self explanatory with the labels on the harness.
You may have to switch the white and blue wire on the input plug so the high beams will work.
Here's how the finished product should look
I'm sure I've missed somthing somewhere, so if you guys have and questions, comments, or imput just let me know, Im'm glad to help!!