1996 E36 318iS - Angel eyes - These any good?

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  1. 1996 E36 318iS - Angel eyes - These any good? 
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    Good morning,

    Was just wondering on your thoughts on this item on Flee-Bay

    http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/BMW-E36-E39-E4...ht_2138wt_1141

    is it worth it and do you think if it would be easy to install considering I have never done anything with electrics in my life...


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    They look pretty good to me mate - mine are CCFL and I prefer those over the LED ones, and they're still bright in daylight,but I still like the LED ones anyway.

    I'm sure you should be ok installing them, me and a mate installed mine and I've put a guide up (in my signature below), there's also one or two other guides on here as well
     
     

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    I will keep that in mind mate will take a look in a mo! Joe where about in suffolk do you live mate as I don't live far at all....

    Could do a little meet if you like? Would like to see your car in the flesh!


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    I fitted the ccfl rings in my mates e36 and they wasn't that hard at all once I had sat down and thought of a way to do them and they ate really bright and looks the nuts I got ccfl in mine too
     
     

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    There not hard to fit at all, probably the hardest part is being careful when taking the headlight apart so you don't crack any tabs.

    SMD LED's have the advantage over ccfl's because you won't need inverters so nothing extra to wire in series and no inverter means no future faults
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by Devil318is View Post
    I will keep that in mind mate will take a look in a mo! Joe where about in suffolk do you live mate as I don't live far at all....

    Could do a little meet if you like? Would like to see your car in the flesh!
    Yeah you really aren't far mate! I live in Ipswich, its only around 45 mins to Norwich. Got a mate with BMW as well so once the weather has improved a mini meet would be cool - send me a PM
     
     

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