5-Series (E12,E28, E34, E39, E60)Chat relating to the BMW 5-Series of all generations. Specific models include: BMW 518, BMW 520, BMW 520i, BMW 530i, BMW 528i, BMW 530i, BMW 518i, BMW 524d, BMW 525i, BMW 525e, BMW 528e, BMW 540i, BMW 535i, BMW 520d, BMW 525td, BMW 525d, BMW 530d, BMW 525i/xi, BMW 530i/xi. (BMW 5-Series Forum)
Personally I would stick with Hella's - Careful on Ebay, there's some real rubbish out there, standard lights that have been bastardised with clear rod and led's. If it's got hella angel eye on the box it will def work with your ride (with the use of a conversion harness) and look damn good.
From what I can gather these are a professionally made version of the crappy clear rod and led thing I mentioned earlier - you dismantle your lights and stick them over youor original internal lenses then bugger about with your wiring to get them to work instead of your side lights. Personally I wouldn't touch them with a shitty stick. As I'm sure you are aware BMW are the only manufacturer to use the angel eye's - that's why all these cheapo kits came out, to emulate angels for people with other cars. I say it again, and it's only my opinion, stick with Hella, theyre designed to be put on a 5er.
Ive actually installed the DDE Lightning Plus on my E36 M3, Its really not that difficult. They use smaller diameter ring but more lightoutput. They are the brightest Angel eyes on the market. Besides isnt that the point of getting them anyway ?
The enhanced, These look like OEM rings that come in the 5 series but are brighter. They have the ribbed surface which is OEM look like that in the 5 series
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