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Old 11-12-2009, 03:44 PM   #1
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What 6000K Angel Eyes to get for E92 M3?

So my bro wants some white Angel Eyes for Christmas, but I have no clue what ones to get. I'd love to get him Luis' custom job, but unfortunately it's fairly pricey and they need to be installed locally =/


So, what would be the best bet for me?
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Old 11-12-2009, 03:52 PM   #2
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I'd go for the LUX from NAmotorsports or Angel iBright from EAS
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Check out the WeissLicht LED Angel Eyes. These are a plug and play replacement to upgrade the color to a xenon white.

This gives you a basic guide of what is available for your car and the pros/cons:

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Check out the WeissLicht LED Angel Eyes. These are a plug and play replacement to upgrade the color to a xenon white.

This gives you a basic guide of what is available for your car and the pros/cons:

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Old 11-13-2009, 12:44 PM   #5
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Take a look at the AngeliBrights:



Features:
- Absolute brightest product on the market, with uniform light distribution between low and high beam Angel Eye rings
- NO DIMMING of lights when ignition is turned on, rings remain at full power at all times
- Precision 6061 aluminum heat sink with "cool-fin" technology. Easy to install with patent-pending two piece design
- Complete microprocessor controlled ballast system specifically designed for the BMW e9X electrical system
- Ballast controls and maintains proper electrical conditions at all times
- Includes all US and Worldwide e92 cars including M3 Coupe/Sedan & Convertible
- Much brighter compared to OEM yellow, or ANY competitor
- 5500-6000k to match the low beam xenon headlights
- Easy installation in 10 minutes, you DO NOT have to remove the headlights!
- "Light bending" optical system to deliver maximum light into the Angel Eye rings
- Integrated Plug & Play Connectors, no external harnesses required
- Manufactured and assembled in the USA
- No AM/FM radio reception interference
- No Flickering, Blinking or Flashing on startup
- No On-Board Computer(OBC)/dash errorsOne Angel iBright V3.0 system includes everything you need for both headlights

Specifications:
- iBright V3.0 aircraft grade CNC aluminum body
- High-powered light source
- Fiber-optic transitioning lenses
- iBright ballasts internal and hidden
- Plug & Play "OEM fit" Connectors

Models Supported:
2007+ e92 3-series Coupe/Convertible
2008+ e9x M3, including Sedan, Coupe and Convertible models

Note: Not intended for e90 non-M Sedan models.



AngeliBright - Angel iBright V3.0 for e92 3-Series & M3
http://www.europeanautosource.com/pr...oducts_id=2318


Here is a video/pictorial DIY thread that shows how easy they are to install:
http://www.m3post.com/forums/showthread.php?t=313572
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Old 11-17-2009, 12:55 PM   #6
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Just wait a little while longer, the units we'll have out will be much brighter than anything else out there.
We currently just offer the Genesis kit, which is a good kit and doesn't cause errors on the E92, and it's brighter than most all the products out there now, but we're just about finished with our latest.
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I agree with F1Autohaus, LUX is the best in the market right now. Most of them out there is not bright as all as stock is the brightest out of most of them.

No camera tricks at all or photoshop here.

Here is video of the Xtec Genesis compared to stock...it ain't bright at all.



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