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Old 02-18-2008, 08:29 PM   #1
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Difference between Umnitza angel eyes and Bavarian Autosport Headlight Conversio Kit

Hi..Does anyone know the difference between Bavarian Autosport Headlight Conversion kit - Angel Eye Style and Umnitza Projector46 -
Pair of Headlights with Selectable Angel Eyes + Xenons. I need some advice on what would be the better selection. My mechanic suggested the Bavarian Autosport Headlight Conversion kit..
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Old 02-19-2008, 09:23 PM   #2
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Our Projector46s have Predator Chromium built into them for the brightest angel eyes.
Not sure about BavAuto and what they have.
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Old 02-20-2008, 12:14 AM   #3
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Go with anything other than Umnitza.
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Xennon headlamps

Is it possible to remove factory xennon headlamps on my e46 and replace with aftermarket u angel eyes ????????
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Is it possible to remove factory xennon headlamps on my e46 and replace with aftermarket u angel eyes ????????

What could possibly possess anyone to do that???
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What could possibly possess anyone to do that???
^^^ Hahaha

I used the amazon ones, and molded them into my headlights. However this required some DIY. I'm NOT telling you to use them, just sharing.

http://www.amazon.com/iJDMTOY-7000K-...e46+angel+eyes
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Is it possible to remove factory xennon headlamps on my e46 and replace with aftermarket u angel eyes ????????
The angel eyes are added to the factory headlights. Look at the install guide in my sig below
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8 year old thread bump? really?
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It would be cheaper to replace the whole system then fixing the problem ...moisture gets into my xennon system sumwer sumhow frying the very expensive phillips gas bulbs....
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You have factory xenon, you don't want to replace those with a P46 set unless you absolutely have to. you're best off ordering new lenses, angel eyes, and possibly replacement headlight bulbs (if yours dont seem very bright), it's only a few hours to do it all, and nothing more difficult than a childs LEGO set!
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