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Old 01-26-2010, 08:17 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I have noticed alot of E90's with "angel eyes" and think that it makes the car look that much better, i was wondering if anyone knew how hard is it to install this on my car (318is 99)?? I did some research on the net and apparently if u have plastic light covers that fade to yellow its going to cost alot (in the thousands) however glass covers (which i have) isnt going to be that pricey?

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I have noticed alot of E90's with "angel eyes" and think that it makes the car look that much better, i was wondering if anyone knew how hard is it to install this on my car (318is 99)?? I did some research on the net and apparently if u have plastic light covers that fade to yellow its going to cost alot (in the thousands) however glass covers (which i have) isnt going to be that pricey?

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Not hard at all......& not thousands, unless you are buying original ZKW's & maybe a thousand!

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thanks for that....most those sites talk about euro and us...what would it be in Australia? Also do i need to only by the halo rings and its components or am i looking at a whole new set of lights (covers and bulbs)?
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how to install bmw e36, e46, e39 angel eyes: How to install e36 CCFL angel eyes DIY

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You can put them into plastic housing lights. Take the lights off, put them in a oven, bake them until the glue goes soft, separate the covers, and put the angel eyes in there, then silicone it back ... you can find angel eyes for 20 bucks on ebay.

btw, or you can just spend a 150 and get glass lights with hids and angel eyes and everything else.
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thanks man appreciate it !!
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did this aswell mate. not too hard atall.

Ya'll need to upgrade to xenon's for your low beam tho. the stock bulbs look very yellow compared to the CCFL angel eyes. Personally i think 7000k angel eye's and 6000k xenon hid low beams look the best.

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