yup yup !! it's more likeboth should be level. as the light focuses into the distance, the two steps will combine into 1 large step.
Shine your lights on a large white wall and than back the car away, it should focus into 1 large step.
the basic principle behind the step is light scatter. Image you on the road. Single lane on your side and single lane on the rght side divided by the center line. The lower side of the step should shine to the left of the center line, and the point where the step gets taller will illuminate from right of center line on up further in the road
Your right side needs to be lowered a little to match the left side. As Mazda6s was saying, as you get further away from the wall, they will merge into one step.
I know and i seem to have corrected it so its 1 big step and not like 2 mini steps seperated...i got a question though..i feel as though on coming traffic is okay, because they're below the step... but the people that are driving say on the highway...and your in the middle lane...i kinda feel as if anyone that is in the right lane but say about 30 or 40 feet in front of you to the right is getting nailed off their left hand side view mirror...no?
Please correct me if I am wrong, but isn't the Apexcone a halogen conversion kit? If it is designed to convert halogen to HID by using a rebased bulb, then the bulb will only fit H1 bulb holders (H1 projectors). If this is true, then going to an ECE projector (or any D2S projector) will not fit.
In regards to color output, 8K will not be as bright. In OEM HID's, the color that you see in the distance is not the color of the light output. It is the color from the cutoff, which is created from the projector / shield combination. As you get closer to it, the blue color will turn bright white or even a touch of yellow (i.e. 4100 - 4200K). If you want the best of both worlds, you can use the Bosch ECE projectors with 4100 - 4200K bulbs, and just bend the shield to obtain the colorful cutoff. This way it will be bright and have a colorful cutoff.
If you want more color than that, then go with Valeo or Stanley projectors.