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    ello!

    cant belive that you forked out that much just for the rings lolz

    i was going to go for the LEDS ones myself but too many people said that the LEDS fuse after a while and leave a gap in the ring... so thats why i chose the CCFL ones!

    also you can use a heatgun or a hair dryer to soften the seal around your headlamp and they should just pull apart.

    check my picture out...

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    Ha i was looking at the one from max autos

    so how how easy was the wiring? were there plugs? or did you have to solder?
    Sorry for the delay, work is mad right now!
    So, no soldering, I used those blue piggyback things that you squeeze together with pliers.
    I too have projectors, they fitted fine and have stayed put too which is useful !
    BUT, I have the non-facelist lights, so can't comment on your units.
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by jenny123 View Post
    ello!

    cant belive that you forked out that much just for the rings lolz

    i was going to go for the LEDS ones myself but too many people said that the LEDS fuse after a while and leave a gap in the ring... so thats why i chose the CCFL ones!

    also you can use a heatgun or a hair dryer to soften the seal around your headlamp and they should just pull apart.

    check my picture out...

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    im very impulsive lol i hope they dont fuse together

    i emailed max autos and umnitza about the life of the rings and the ballasts

    umnitza said they will out last the car if they are used constantly

    and max autos said 4 months if you use them alot lol

    nice they look good i will post up a pic when ive got them in they should be here tomorrow i can do them saturday

    Quote Originally Posted by Hooded View Post
    Sorry for the delay, work is mad right now!
    So, no soldering, I used those blue piggyback things that you squeeze together with pliers.
    I too have projectors, they fitted fine and have stayed put too which is useful !
    BUT, I have the non-facelist lights, so can't comment on your units.
    ahh yea they are good them blue things, nice sounds pretty simples
     
     

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    i will not forget,

    im planning to wire the as daytime running lights so they willl be on all the time,

    and im also gonna wire in the fade on/ off so when i unlock the car they come on with the interior lights and when you lock it they go off with lights
     
     

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    Ok every body i have just finsihed installing my Umnitza LED angel eyes

    Wow the are very bright!!! i have taken some photos that i have attached but taking a photo from the front and side you just get glare,

    they took about 3 hours to install, my head lights were sealed, i tryed using the hairdryer then moved on to the heat gun they came apart relativly easily

    The umnitza angel eyes are driven by a relay, and are connected directly to the positive on the battey and a ground. you get two trigger wires one you run into the cabin and connect to your courtesy lights (the eyes come on when you unlock and off when you lock) the other trigure is wired into your side lights or if you want to run them as 'daytime running lights' you wire them in to a switched live. so these eyes arnt wired into the headlight loom at all so cannot bring up any errors

    let me know what you guys think,
    oh and there is a pic of my LED number plate lights to finish off couldnt leave the back out lol

    im gonna write a diy with install pics so every one can see
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    Thanks for the DIY guide, Im sure its going to be realy usefull for helping people install the angel eyes.

    I think that the angel eyes are the same as mine by the look off them
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by jenny123 View Post
    Thanks for the DIY guide, Im sure its going to be realy usefull for helping people install the angel eyes.

    I think that the angel eyes are the same as mine by the look off them
    jenny look here: http://www.bimmerforums.co.uk/forum/...ad-pic-t53839/

    some better pics
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hooded View Post
    Sorry for the delay, work is mad right now!
    So, no soldering, I used those blue piggyback things that you squeeze together with pliers.
    I too have projectors, they fitted fine and have stayed put too which is useful !
    BUT, I have the non-facelist lights, so can't comment on your units.
    Hey Hodded.

    did you manage to put together any pictures while you was installing them?
    Last edited by Ronnie; 16-11-2010 at 22:49.
     
     

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