yellowish...I know how you feel....
I was looking around for some super white look angel eyes (just curious to see how they look), and found that website you mentioned. Was going to have a go but then chickened out and decided to get some CCFL Angel Eyes Conversion Kit (eBay). It was cheap too.
You get 4 rings ready to fit into the headlamps with inverters and wiring & connectors included (except the brackets needed slight modding to get a snug fit).
The good thing is that the intensity of the light from the angel eyes is the same brightness all round and brilliant white...not just brightest at the ends, where the leds are fitted ! You can see them in broad daylight as well.
I think fitting those CCFL would save a lot of hassle than soldering leds and resistors...unless you are wicked at soldering.
To me, the circuit looks right, with those resistors, providing 20mA at 12V. I am not so sure if the leds would cope with say 26-28mA, i.e. with engine running, your battery would be greater than 12V, say 13-14V. So not much protection there...might blow often if the leds are not rated for that.
Further, those leds are 1100mcd...are you sure they are really white ? Just that those CCFL ones are 43000mcd ! Just thought I mention it as I too would be very disappointed if it turned out to be still "yellow" after all that effort.
Last edited by chuck1; 06-07-2006 at 09:28 PM.