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Old 05-14-2004, 06:03 PM   #1
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Free Install for HID and Headlights in return for PLEASE FORWARD TO E39 OWNER

Ok, the light shown below is a NEW product we are going to introduce into the market place.

It's a FULL replacement E39 headlight with completely integrated DDE Lightning™ (the brightest, longest lasting angel eyes on the market).

Additionally, you will also be getting a 6000K HID H7 Matsu****a private label ballast with Bellof bulbs (same as what is on Lexus, Infiniti, Acura, etc.).

Ok, ok, so what's this cost?

$600 for the headlights with DDE (that's over $100 below final retail).

If you want HID, those will be an additional $300.

So for $900 you will get everything without having to buy $130 modules, transformers, or possible even go to the dealer to reset your lights.

That's about $500 below the cost of an OEM headlight and it's STILL with brighter DDE, equally good HID, and no additional costs.

PLUS YOU GET FREE INSTALL for being our FIRST OFFICIAL Installed Car (actually the INSTRUCTION MANUAL CAR).

There is only 1 caveat - you must be within driving distance of San Marcos (2 hours south of LA, 30 minutes north of San Diego).

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Depo??

Also don't you realize that all your threads are moved to the "Sponsors" section? Didn't you already get the hint?

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Old 05-14-2004, 06:47 PM   #3
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I paid $900 for my OEM E39 xenon headlights, brand new Hella units. They came with everything I needed.
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Old 05-14-2004, 07:44 PM   #4
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I paid $900 for my OEM E39 xenon headlights, brand new Hella units. They came with everything I needed.
Hey, I bought my brand spanking new X for less, doesn't mean the average person can.

Taking information from a well known sources, there is really not an easy way to get them for $900.

Ebay doesn't have them for less than 1K
and I won't name other vendors.

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Old 05-14-2004, 09:15 PM   #5
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Hey, I bought my brand spanking new X for less, doesn't mean the average person can.

Taking information from a well known sources, there is really not an easy way to get them for $900.

Ebay doesn't have them for less than 1K
and I won't name other vendors.

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Heres another free bump for you- those lights and ddes that you sell are going to be investigated by the DOT for compliance issues
You are going to be the next APC
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Old 05-14-2004, 11:46 PM   #7
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it's a normal part of an open forum The less you worry about it the better
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You know what would be cool. If you created a e39 style headlight like that for the e46 model lol. Black out owners would love that.
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We did, we called it ProjectorE46™

Problem is that there is no -all in one solution because the E46 model range encompasses 2, 4, Vert.

E39s front fascia never really changed.
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Hey, I bought my brand spanking new X for less, doesn't mean the average person can.

Taking information from a well known sources, there is really not an easy way to get them for $900.

Ebay doesn't have them for less than 1K
and I won't name other vendors.

Thank you for the bump -
You're welcome.

But - I got mine from Bekkers. They were $889, any average idiot could buy them there. No special deal, no magic.

Don't be so defensive. Here's another bump for ya.
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Old 05-15-2004, 08:58 AM   #11
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5-Series E39 96-02 Angel Eyes Set Xenon HID w/ellipsoid lenses and clear blinkers U.S Style
Quantity in Basket: None
Price: $889.00

This is the U.S style Xenon Headlight kit. For E39 5 series 95-02. For cars with existing Xenon you will use existing transformers and will maintain the self leveling feature. For cars WITHOUT existing xenon headlights you will need 2 relays at $130.00 per set and 2 Transformers at 154.00 ea. Kit will come with required angel eye plugs.
So, you didn't have to buy that?
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So, you didn't have to buy that?
Yes, those are the ones. They came with ballasts. I just took out my old headlights and plugged those in, and I didn't get a headlight out warning. Needless to say I was pleased. My 528i is a MY 2000.

Just last night I helped a fellow CCA member install some OEM xenons into his formerly halogen-equipped E39 528 and he did not get any headlight out warnings, either. We didn't do anything special, just simple plug and play, like on my E39. His E39 is a MY 1997.

For maybe more useful info for you developing your product, another thing the 2 cars had in common was that neither one has the optional on-board computer, the one that has the long dot-matrix message display. Both cars had the same setup the E46 has, with the little car icon. Check Control, is it called? Anyway, hopefully you know what I mean.
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Well, in that case it's confusing, and we need to re-examine it a little more.

The difference at least at this price point (meaning similar) is that our solution has brighter rings, and 6000K.

But I do acknowledge that the pricing is a little strange considering there is on that same page a similar (clear side marker) headlight for $1K+.
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Just noticed - the software on the forum is funny, I can't write a very prominent company name - Matsus h i t a without it censoring that.
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Well, in that case it's confusing, and we need to re-examine it a little more.

The difference at least at this price point (meaning similar) is that our solution has brighter rings, and 6000K.

But I do acknowledge that the pricing is a little strange considering there is on that same page a similar (clear side marker) headlight for $1K+.
Just thinking about this, could it be possible that they sent me the wrong set by accident? I never gave it a second thought before. If they did, then yay for me, because I got a GREAT deal, and yay for you, because your price is a good one then.
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I suppose, but that's stealing...more than likely you were sent the correct set
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Depo??

Also don't you realize that all your threads are moved to the "Sponsors" section? Didn't you already get the hint?

Hey Matt, Am I on your ignore list now?
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