2014 Nissan Juke Custom Headlights

Addressable/Flow Series, Demon Eyes, Fog Lights, Lens Etching, Paintwork, Projector Retrofit

I finally did a build for my own 2011-2014 Nissan Juke… so of course I went all out with an EVOXR HID projector assembly w/By13 etched lenses, RGBW demon eyes with Bluetooth controller, flow series halos, custom one-off fabricated acrylic halo ring diffuser assembly (comprised of 13x 0.75″ acrylic rods), custom one-off fabricated acrylic shroud assembly painted matching blue, and finished w/a Superior Mobile branded acrylic trim ring around the projector lens. Also have XBLED fog lights and LED turn signal bulbs.

The stock housings I started with:

2014 Nissan Juke Custom Headlights Tampa

Taking apart the EVOXRs and installing demon eyes:


Nut & bolt (with a twist!) mounting:


1/4″ brake line for serviceable mounting. I invented this technique:


All hand machined acrylic:

2014 Nissan Juke Custom Headlights Tampa

Halo housings fabbed:


Made a jig to put the round-over on the halo diffusers:


The diffuser fabrication process from start to after a lot of routering:


I used a precision laser cut alignment jig to finalize the diffuser rod placement:


Testing 1:


Trim ring etched and painted:


Shroud basic shape…trimming and fitting…body filler to match contours exactly:


Lots of body work dialing in the shape…getting the top surface flat…Same concept for inner shape:


Made a perfectly sized sanding “rod” to get the two planes smooth:


Testing light output after adding some design details to the shroud shape:

2014 Nissan Juke Custom Headlights Tampa

Smoothed and sealed it with a high build polyester primer followed by guide coat block sanding:


Before and after paint job…gloss black for the reflector bowls:


All coming together:


One last test:

2014 Nissan Juke Custom Headlights Tampa

And it goes together:

2014 Nissan Juke Custom Headlights Tampa



Wiring time:




Low beam output // High beam output:

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