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Old 13th February 2007, 00:23   #1
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Hey guys,
I have a angel light kit brand new with totally 4 rims...in red colour..... Its brand new so anyone interested can call me on 9820530929

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Hey guys,
I have a angel light kit brand new with totally 4 rims...in red colour..... Its brand new so anyone interested can call me on 9820530929
What Indian cars does it fit on ? ... whats the installation procedure like .. is it DIY or extensive fabrication required .. photographs ? brand ?
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arre rascal why u ordered it then, give me the starter kit freak...
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Old 13th February 2007, 16:20   #4
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What Indian cars does it fit on ? ... whats the installation procedure like .. is it DIY or extensive fabrication required .. photographs ? brand ?
It fits on all the Indian cars.... Installation procedure consists of removing the headlight front cover (plastic), And sticking the rim inside the cover and connect the wire of the light to the batter or your parking lights or anywhere else. Then stick the headlight cover back. Its pretty simple.

Dunt have any pics.... but i think a few team-bhpians have it installed on their cars.
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Badly need the pics of what you have with you for sale. Expected price? With what will you stick to the covers? any superglue kind of stuff? But we can use only two right? Can i bid for two of those? I have seen white angel eyes for the front. Not a red one.
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Badly need the pics of what you have with you for sale. Expected price? With what will you stick to the covers? any superglue kind of stuff? But we can use only two right? Can i bid for two of those? I have seen white angel eyes for the front. Not a red one.
yeh even these are all for the front they are basically those BMW rims.... so its a set of 4...! But they fit on regular cars....

And kutlee i am really sorry but i am only willing to give it to bombay guys
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Is it something like what memo45_m had installed on his baleno.

http://www.team-bhp.com/forum/modifi...-baleno-2.html (Dressing up a BALENO!!)
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I thought I will rush upto you to buy this,...
But going by the description of the setup am in doubt.

Normally the angel or demon eyes in a BMW comes with a projector headlamp around the rim of the HID's projector housing.

Dont you think this will affect a normal headlamp's throw / spread?

Good and cost-effective idea though for those flashy 'modders'.

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Is it something like what memo45_m had installed on his baleno.

http://www.team-bhp.com/forum/modifi...-baleno-2.html (Dressing up a BALENO!!)
yes it is similar to that but in red .....
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Dont you think this will affect a normal headlamp's throw / spread?

Good and cost-effective idea though for those flashy 'modders'.

well i havent used it.... so wouldnt know about the decrease in spread etc.... but the anways u cant use it along with ur regular beam... u have to connect it on the parking lights.. orelse the glow wouldnt be seen.

And it is certainly a good thing for all the flashy modders.... not to mention that i called it for my car
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jigarmuni has given his contact number. Call for information. Use PM to see pictures.

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