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Edison@JleviSW 01-22-2010 02:44 PM

Jlevi SW | WeissLicht LED Angel Eyes for the E36, E46 and E39
 
Introducing Weisslicht LED Angel Eyes for the BMW E46 and E36 3 Series Headlights.

Having seen the great success of Weisslicht's Angel Eye Upgrade kits for other BMW models, Weisslicht has developed a new kit for the E46 and E36 based on the shortcomings of other systems on the market. Weisslicht LED Angel Eyes are the brightest, whitest, best-fitting, and easiest to install of any angel eye kit we've ever seen. And they're more affordable, too.


Weisslicht LED Angel Eyes for BMW have the Follow CLASS LEADING FEATURES:
*Different sized rings for Xenon or Halogen headlights
*Brighter than the competitor's 62, 66, and even 81LED rings. Larger LEDs = Brighter Angel Eyes!
*Advanced removable clip system, to accommodate the E36/E38/E39 OR the E46 3 Series
*Easy Plug and Play Wiring - no crimping or soldering
*High quality materials used for a crisp, polished look
*Clean 6000K color, no cheap green or bluish hues
*High Quality Wiring harness with Relay, Remote Activation, and protective fuse
*1 Year Warranty on ALL Parts



Jlevi SW 01-22-2010 02:47 PM

Nice post nick! I love the pure white color :) In person, the Mycarr was a little more purple/yellow than it came out in photos, but that has to do with white balance.

snowcatxx87 01-22-2010 02:59 PM

04+ coupe?

Highline 01-22-2010 03:04 PM

Looks like more continued improvement in angel eye design. Better fit and finish with brighter output.

Jlevi SW 01-22-2010 03:11 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by snowcatxx87 (Post 11211412)
04+ coupe?

Not yet... the 04 coupe kits we sell are by Racedash and are pretty decent, but we don't have an LED version yet. I can see if WeissLicht has plans to make one if there's sufficient demand.

JL

autothug 01-22-2010 03:16 PM

How much?

Jlevi SW 01-22-2010 03:32 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by autothug (Post 11211499)
How much?

Click the link above :)

jose325i 01-22-2010 03:49 PM

:drool: this is exactly what I have been waiting for...I was disappointed with the orion 60 led when I saw them in person because they look too blue...This will def be my first mod after the m3 rear project is complete

N89 01-22-2010 09:40 PM

Wow, the fit on those looks like they came on the car from the factory! Do they work on P46s?

snitzl3 01-23-2010 04:36 AM

these look verrrry tempting....bi-xenon retrofit next week....wheels in my head are turning

N89 01-23-2010 06:00 AM

How the hell did you pronounce that so authentically by the way, it sounded kind of cool :eeps:

HighBoostin330 01-23-2010 08:00 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Nineteen89 (Post 11214286)
How the hell did you pronounce that so authentically by the way, it sounded kind of cool :eeps:

Click the video and they pronounce it at the very beginning of the YouTube video.

Nice product to rival the Auroras, but will the large segmented LEDs create that dreaded pearl necklace look?

It seems Bimmian is offering the same product at $139 though. With the $13 shipping from Bimmian, it is still cheaper than the total price from you when tax is added for California residents. :(

neil1138 01-23-2010 08:27 PM

Wow, these look good. I've been rocking the old school CCFLs for almost 2 years now but I disconnected them because they are super sketch. I think it is finally time to upgrade from the fire prone death rings

Edison@JleviSW 01-23-2010 08:37 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by HighBoostin330 (Post 11216119)
Click the video and they pronounce it at the very beginning of the YouTube video.

Nice product to rival the Auroras, but will the large segmented LEDs create that dreaded pearl necklace look?

It seems Bimmian is offering the same product at $139 though. With the $13 shipping from Bimmian, it is still cheaper than the total price from you when tax is added for California residents. :(

The LEDs are spaced so it is a full ring, you can see on the different exposures to compared with the 81 LED.

Bimmian's site shows $149 USD, you may be viewing it in CAD. $139 CAD ~ $149 USD

HighBoostin330 01-23-2010 08:41 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Nick@Jlevi SW (Post 11216252)
The LEDs are spaced so it is a full ring, you can see on the different exposures to compared with the 81 LED.

Bimmian's site shows $149 USD, you may be viewing it in CAD. $139 CAD ~ $149 USD

I'm more concerned with not having the Orion V2 look. It has that segmented pearl necklace look that I do not want.

Bimmian posted a thread showing introduction price of $139. Maybe it is in CAD. :dunno:

http://forum.e46fanatics.com/showthread.php?t=734890

Black Jack 01-24-2010 09:13 AM

http://www.jlevistreetwerks.com/imag...up%20close.jpg

looking this photo i felt really disappointed.
mycarr fitmet was really so bad? it's fvcking ugly!

weisslicht looks a lot better but, i'd like to know if using a larger ring is possible to fit the xenon side ring nearer the bowl. Doesn't it still looks off to you?
There's no way to make the xenon side ring fit better?

also, I suppose these are bi-xenons, maybe simple-xenon users will be more lucky?

thanks

Edison@JleviSW 01-24-2010 12:42 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by HighBoostin330 (Post 11216270)
I'm more concerned with not having the Orion V2 look. It has that segmented pearl necklace look that I do not want.

Bimmian posted a thread showing introduction price of $139. Maybe it is in CAD. :dunno:

http://forum.e46fanatics.com/showthread.php?t=734890

Well you are local so you can come by to see them lit up when we have the kits in stock :)

Edison@JleviSW 01-24-2010 12:43 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Black Jack (Post 11217914)
http://www.jlevistreetwerks.com/imag...up%20close.jpg

looking this photo i felt really disappointed.
mycarr fitmet was really so bad? it's fvcking ugly!

weisslicht looks a lot better but, i'd like to know if using a larger ring is possible to fit the xenon side ring nearer the bowl. Doesn't it still looks off to you?
There's no way to make the xenon side ring fit better?

also, I suppose these are bi-xenons, maybe simple-xenon users will be more lucky?

thanks

You do use the larger ring on the xenon side. Once the the headlight is back together, you will see that the ring is a solid fit. It's hard to show in this photo because it's not straight on.

Brian N 01-24-2010 11:37 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Nick@Jlevi SW (Post 11216252)
The LEDs are spaced so it is a full ring, you can see on the different exposures to compared with the 81 LED.

Bimmian's site shows $149 USD, you may be viewing it in CAD. $139 CAD ~ $149 USD

Either way this doesn't make sense if it was in CAD then it would be ~ 131 US dollars? :dunno: The USD has been higher than the CAD for at least the last year stronger a few months ago when it was about 20% higher but still worth more right now.

I'm sure you guys will sort it out. Rings look great I hope they are as white as they are in pictures. All the LED angels I have seen during the day time are way to blue for my liking.

HighBoostin330 01-24-2010 11:43 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Brian N (Post 11220958)
Either way this doesn't make sense if it was in CAD then it would be ~ 131 US dollars? :dunno: The USD has been higher than the CAD for at least the last year stronger a few months ago when it was about 20% higher but still worth more right now.

I'm sure you guys will sort it out. Rings look great I hope they are as white as they are in pictures. All the LED angels I have seen during the day time are way to blue for my liking.

http://forum.e46fanatics.com/showpos...85&postcount=7

Well looks like it is $139USD no tax. Even better they are in the Bay Area, so local pick up is possible so no shipping cost either!

I didn't know the CAD was so weak against the USD. Thanks for the info. :)


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