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Old 01-09-2017, 07:40 PM
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X5?? LED Iconz for LED Headlights

If you were interested in getting a set of RGB-W LED Iconz for your car, we have one unit available currently due to a change in the customer's project. OSSdesigns with cooperation from Luis and Umnitza have set this one unit available for 1 lucky customer. The price includes everything except 1 option (paint).

https://www.umnitza.com/iconz-6000k-...th-remote.html

For those interested, this is what the outcome looks like:


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*Lowered ride height, front lips and wings, custom matte finish wrap and other items sold separately
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Old 01-09-2017, 09:06 PM
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$1,600!? LOL

I'll go with 1 color and save $1,400...
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I feel like its 2002 again and I'm looking for LED corona rings for my e46 M3. Its 2017, People still rip apart good headlights to replace their OE LED corona rings?
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$1,600!? LOL

I'll go with 1 color and save $1,400...
In all seriousness, it's aimed at the 1 or 2 X5/6 owners who want something unique. Getting the news out there it's available.



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lol, so defensive
so what, other than being able to change the colour of the halos, do those units do better than the ones i have (adaptive, btw), which would cost me less than $1600 to replace? both my lenses show lots of cracks now, talk me into buying these. especially since the ones on your site are for LCI models, which my car is not. new FRM too? make that $2200...

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lol, so defensive
so what, other than being able to change the colour of the halos, do those units do better than the ones i have (adaptive, btw), which would cost me less than $1600 to replace? both my lenses show lots of cracks now, talk me into buying these. especially since the ones on your site are for LCI models, which my car is not. new FRM too? make that $2200...

These are just the halos, not headlights, if your headlights are showing signs of cracking, that's usually not fixable and requires either a completely new assembly or hoping you can find someone with a good 3D printer than can make you a lens.

We're going through a custom project right now for Corvette customers who have similar cracking but they have removable lenses, so it's easier to do there. X5 headlights do not bake off the lenses, you have to cut them off then do a lot of clean up to put new ones on if you can even find them.

If on the X5 it's a common issue, we can start a project for that, but the cost will be about $800-900 for a pair of lenses due to the lower volume.

This wouldn't be for your situation, but if you know an F80/F82 guy who would like these, let him know
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lol, so defensive
so what, other than being able to change the colour of the halos, do those units do better than the ones i have (adaptive, btw), which would cost me less than $1600 to replace? both my lenses show lots of cracks now, talk me into buying these. especially since the ones on your site are for LCI models, which my car is not. new FRM too? make that $2200...

I'm literally laughing out loud...
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both my lenses show lots of cracks now, talk me into buying these.
cough* mix up gas pedal with brake as you are facing a wall *cough
$500 deductible later.... lol

j/k dont do that its fraud???
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both my lenses show lots of cracks now
By cracks do you mean actual structural cracks? Like rocks have hit your lenses and cracked them? Or do you mean that surface UV "cracking" and damage?

If it's just surface damage, headlight renewal kits that can be found at auto part stores are fantastic. I would say buy one for each headlight as there really isnt enough material to do two headlights properly with one kit. But they do work very well. I bought two 3M kits and did mine and the difference was amazing. Very pleased.
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If on the X5 it's a common issue, we can start a project for that, but the cost will be about $800-900 for a pair of lenses due to the lower volume.
LOL, wut? Replacement lenses are ~$200/pair.
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