Bmw E46 Angel Eyes: 437 Products
Installation overview of aurora Angel Eye kit on a 2003 BMW 325Ci. We have seen lots of Angel Eye kits on the market in the past 5 years ...
Cesar, known as BMW-UDM at various forums, is rolling hard with his slick looking E46 330ci with 18" CCW Classics. Cesar's ride has the combination of quality and looks, which is what I look for in stanced cars. His popularity in forums reached out to various popular blogs, such as Stance:Nation , doing a coverage of his car. I couldn't get enough of it, so I talked with Cesar to get more info to do a complete full coverage.
All you need is a Philips screwdriver, flat head screwdriver, pliers, electrical tape, copper wire, a 10 mm socket or wrench, adjustable wrench, T25 Torx Bit, wire loom, zip ties, silicone or liquid electrical tape and the angel-eyes, of course. We found an interesting DIY that is complete and has lots of photos on how to install aftermarket angel-eyes on your 3er.
A: Your car's factory DRLs are the two inner headlights. These are also the flash to pass, but we hardly ever use that option in the USA. So you would need to wire to those lights, possibly disconnecting those lights in the (answered by M333 on June 13, 2009)A: Your car's factory DRLs are the two inner headlights. These are also the flash to pass, but we hardly ever use that option in the USA. So you would need to wire to those lights, possibly disconnecting those lights in the (answered by M333 on June 13, 2009)
A: Only one place to go mate: www.bavauto.com
Check it out. THE PLACE for all things BMW/MINI.
Just be sure to have your credit card ready! Don't say I didn't warn you! HAHAHAHA!!!
(answered by MotorCityMadman on December 07, 2006)
A: You can use the brand Umnitza http://www.umnitza.com/ providing the highest quality albeit at at higher price.
Also, you can get an assembly from Bavarian Autosport http://www.bavauto.com/
Both of these are (answered by on December 08, 2009)