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Old September 25th, 2003, 10:54 AM   #1
 
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Custom angel eye headlights for sale

My custom angel eyes are for sale. They are done the same way that the DIY on the CRX projectors were done. Here is a pic of them off, and the link is a pic to them turned on.



2 of the small bulbs are blown, but these are perfect for LEDs to light up the angel eyes. They are OEM Honda clears, they say stanley on them. i bought them used, so i dont know if they are E-code or DIY, but they are crystal clear, just need to be resealed a little bit. Heavy rain for a few days fogs them. Im asking for $100 shipped. Let me know guys. the eyebrows are NOT included. these are boxed up, just sittin around.





these pics might not show up, ill fix it when i get home.

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Old September 29th, 2003, 04:46 PM   #2
 
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bump...the brice is OBO, i just wanna get some of this stuff outta my closet.
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Old September 29th, 2003, 04:47 PM   #3
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Pics didnt show up, can u send to my email? [email protected]
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i just fixed the pics, dumbass Yahoo....they are working now
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Old September 29th, 2003, 05:28 PM   #5
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Hate to be picky, but can you get me a close up on one of the lights, and then another pic from about 5 feet away. Im interested, but Im very picky about whats on my car.
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sure, they will be on the bed or the couch or something. ill post them soon.
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the wires out the bottom are from each of the 2 wedge bulbs in the lights...they come down and connect together, and then can connect to the stock parking light wiring harness.
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Old October 1st, 2003, 07:32 PM   #8
 
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bump again
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how is the light output?
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Old October 1st, 2003, 09:45 PM   #10
 
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boris, the light output is the same as stock. i had silverstars and it was great. i think these might be OEM clear or Ecode, they DO say HONDA and STANLEY on them, so i dunno. but the light output was equal to stock.
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Is there a special way to wire them for the angel-eyes to be on?
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Old October 1st, 2003, 09:55 PM   #12
 
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well, sorta special.

see the wires coming out of the bottom of the lights? they crimp together so 4 wires become 2, and then they have connectors at the end (which might have since come off) the fit right into the stock wiring harness that would normally connect to the bottom light. just disconnect the bulb holding portion from the wire clip, and the clip right in there its difficult to explain, but its very easy to do, and then they operate with your parking/headlights.
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Old October 3rd, 2003, 11:28 PM   #13
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sounds like a good deal
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Old October 4th, 2003, 11:13 PM   #14
 
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bump again guys...$100 isnt set in stone
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50ish?
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are they ready to be plugged in? I'd be down in the high 60 range.
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they are DIY you can tell by the headlight RTV, and also they don't make angel eyes headlights without projectors. just to let you know.
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Old October 5th, 2003, 09:22 AM   #18
 
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50 is too low sorry guys, high 60s is a lot better. and wicked FX, you are 100% correctd, "they" dont make angel eye lights without projectors, but i DID. thats why the RTV sealant around the headlight looks like that, cuz i opened up the headlights and put the angel eyes and lights in.

str8, if you wanna do say $70 shipped, we could do that. they are wired and everything to, and yes ready to be plugged in, BUT only the outter 2 angel eyes work. the inner 2 bulbs need to be changed.

other than that, the lights are perfect.

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do you have night pics with the low beam lights on
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no bro, i dont have any pics with the low beams on, but they basically disappear. i have the silverstars so you can KINDA see a little bit white/blue thru it, but not really, the light just covers it up, not like the BMW, where it shines thru the eye. but then again, those are projectors.
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they are DIY you can tell by the headlight RTV, and also they don't make angel eyes headlights without projectors. just to let you know.
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bump again...you could always remove the angel eyes, if you wanted to
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up....boris i responded to your PM
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are these still for sale? a friend of mine is interested in them.
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yeah, they are still for sale. let me know if you have any questions or anything, i really wanna get rid of these. thanks a lot.
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up....boris i responded to your PM
man, I just don't know lol, I like them, but I don't wanna have to deal with getting new LEDs, plus wiring and Boris don't mix very well together.
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well boris, you dont NEED to use LEDs, it would just make them brighter. the pic i have is not leds remember, just wedge bulbs. all you would need to do is crack them open and replace the bulbs. i would do it for ya, but like i said, i cant get to my garage for a while, because of our garage sale. i suck at wiring and sodering too, but i did this myself i have faith in ya.
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hey w3accord howd u do that to the tail lights, did u just take the bulbs off the top or did u cut some of the wiring. looks dope like that
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hey w3accord howd u do that to the tail lights, did u just take the bulbs off the top or did u cut some of the wiring. looks dope like that
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