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Lighting & Mobile Electronics (I.C.E.)
Xenon lighting, HID kits, fog lights, BMW head units, navigation, speakers, subwoofers, In Car Electronics (I.C.E.), carputers, DDEs, angle eyes, halos, LED tail lights, interior lighting, etc.

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Old 12-08-2003, 09:37 PM   #1
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Feeler: FS: DIY E39 Angel eyes in facelift titanium trim

I did a DIY angel eyes by mounting E39 halos on Titanium trim. This is for a facelift headlight. I used LEDs from Radio Shack with resistors. I also used the E39 halo trim for the center halos (look closely). The DIY was pretty fun and I did it mostly for experimentation. Curious if anyone is interested in them and I am now leaning towards a more OEM look like GenVs. You get the titanium trim and halos with LEDs. Already wired ready to mount. Just connect to your fogs. They are not hella bright but definiteliy noticeable at night. You can up the LEDs to a higher output I guess if you wanted it brighter.

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