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vinnymac
06-11-2002, 05:00 PM
Please refer to this thread for details:

http://www.bimmerfest.com/forums/showthread.php?s=&threadid=8681

Kaz
06-11-2002, 05:09 PM
I'm still debating whether or not the rings are too ghetto (I like em on E39 though), but I like seeing that they're making the installs more and more hack-free all the time.

Maybe they'll get to the point where we can just wish them on. :lmao:

vinnymac
06-11-2002, 07:48 PM
Thanks for your interest in the Daytime Angel Eyes Group Purchase.

I am hosting the GB and we will purchase the kits through OMZ Motorsports.



This IS NOT the same DDE kit offered by UUC/Omnitec/JP for $349.

This IS the “Herb” kit you’ve seen with the super bright halo rings.



So far we have enough buyers to get the price well below $300. We will most likely have a final price between $250-275!

The kits are ready to be shipped. We just need to get enough buyers to qualify for the low GB pricing.

If you are indeed serious about purchasing this kit; email me your full name and shipping address.



Thanks!

vinnymac
06-12-2002, 04:12 PM
I just received my kit today and hooked them up to my car in the middle of the day and they are very bright. The quality is super too. I can't wait to get them on my car!

The GB price is $280 and you must contact me to facilitate the purchase or else you will not get the GB price.

My email: vko@safeharborig.com. You need to send me your full name and shipping address.

We will be placing an order with the manufacturer through OMZ Motorsports and you will recieve your kit approx. 1 week after we send in the payments.

Thanks!

DevHead
06-12-2002, 05:59 PM
Can we get it down to $200 shipped (if enough people)? =)

vinnymac
06-12-2002, 06:01 PM
Originally posted by DevHead
Can we get it down to $200 shipped (if enough people)? =)

That's almost 30% less than the GB price. Come on...the vendor still has to make some money or it's not worth it. $280 is already a great price.

The street price for an individual buyer is going to be $335.

Patrick
06-25-2002, 04:01 AM
Will these work on E46 models with non-Xenon headlights (H7 Halogens)?

Patrick

unleasHell
06-26-2002, 01:48 PM
Are the Installation Instructions available to read before ordering?

How long do they take to install?

No cutting/drilling???? The UUC version says that too BUT if you look at the step-by-step instructions they show a big 'ole drill and a hole...

I think if you keep the stock (headlight) color, it does not look too cheap...

And how do you turn them on? I would like a separate switch down near the DCS button, but I think they may turn on with the fog lamps (I don't like that).

vinnymac
06-26-2002, 01:50 PM
Originally posted by unleasHell
Are the Installation Instructions available to read before ordering?

How long do they take to install?

No cutting/drilling???? The UCC version says that too BUT if you look at the step-by-step instructions they show a big 'ole drill and a hole...

I think if you keep the stock (headlight) color, it does not look too cheap...

And how do you turn them on? I would like a separate switch down near the DCS button, but I think they may turn on with the fog lamps (I don't like that).

here you go:
http://members.roadfly.com/mitra99/DAE.htm

You can even install them without removing the headlight housing.

You can wire them anyway you wish...

Patrick
06-26-2002, 01:55 PM
Originally posted by vinnymac
here you go:
http://members.roadfly.com/mitra99/DAE.htm

You can even install them without removing the headlight housing.

You can wire them anyway you wish...

OK, but this is rather vague (from the link):

"To wire Angel eyes as Daytime running lights, the power distribution and ECU box can be opened and a convenient switch powered can be located with a test light. the green stripped wires is a good choice due to accessibility and wires size. Depending on model and year of your car. route hot wires from light box to this point and using splice, tap into power wires. A ground for each light box can be located easily at the brown wire adjacent to corner lamp assembly"

Are there better instructions about "opening the ECU box" etc., i.e, does it require a wiring diagram? If it is a straight forward electriacl job, then OK. If not, I would like to know what to expect!

Patrick