Is there a way to focus the beam pattern? I know how to aim them, but the pattern of the light is somewhat jagged at the top. Like where the top of the beam ends it's a sharp contrast where the headlight beam stops and darkness begins (people w/ HID should know what I mean). Well this ending point is not a flat line. It is jagged and somewhat annoying. Can I do anything to even out the beam so it is a nice and even contrast?
Umnitza now provides a mechanic to install all parts ordered right in the box! It's their new "Total customer service program" that will eliminate all the haters and keep incompetents from breaking shit and blaming the vendor! When you are all set simply call INS and they will pick him up free of charge.
Originally posted by Rooz@Feb 12 2005, 09:57 AM del's & 93 325i's problems have kinda pushed me off on even thinking of getting angel lights, lol
Yeah..Rooz...remember...T-Mac, Komodo, and a few other folks had wiring problems right after swapping their headlights....I think my problem is most similar to Komodo's...as you recall his car died whiles driving...but it was a fuse relay that he needed to replace...
Also those dudes got Depo...so I kind of figured I would save my ass from any problems by getting ZKWs but no cigar...In fact, it seems like I got it the worst of all of us....
I take blame for messing up my car...cause I knew the risk I took. But I had no idea wiring simple headlights can fuck up the entire car!
Also Umnitza should really send some sort of paperwork when they sell $700 equipment! That is sad!
I wonder why their voice message announces that they get "...high volume calls..." when they could simply send instructions and documentations and cut their phone call volume in half! used used
Whats up with that UMNITZA! Is paper and ink so expensive in california?
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