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simoncpw 10-14-2009 12:31 AM

Haha...

Time is a problem for me these day for any DIY work, and I won't have an oven that is big enough for the lights!

At this point I can only envy you guys. I spent lots of time, effort and money just to get to where I am now for the headlights (DEPO, updated look with AE, auto-leveling, RHD pattern, great built quality with no condensation and uneven brightness... etc). So I'm not ready to spend another US$500 just to get to LEDs.

But do post more pics.... may be I'll change my mind... hehehehehe

anas 10-14-2009 11:58 AM

ordered mine last night :woot::woot:

Hit Redline 10-14-2009 11:54 PM

So to order, just email [email protected].

What type of payment? CC, pay pal?

mtX5 10-15-2009 02:11 AM

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Originally Posted by anas (Post 669502)
ordered mine last night :woot::woot:

congrats! you won't regret it

mtX5 10-15-2009 02:12 AM

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Originally Posted by Hit Redline (Post 669757)
So to order, just email [email protected].

What type of payment? CC, pay pal?

paypal

mtX5 10-15-2009 02:13 AM

so guys for the wiring harness i am unable to provide alot of details on how to instal (sorry RPX5). I used my AiB wiring harness and just did splicing so i don't have to remove everything. basically i think 3 wires run into the ECU. not too sure where they go but you tap into a power source. the rest is pretty basic with grounds, relays, fuse..

maybe EAS or umnitza can better help since they deal with AEs and wiring harnesses on a regular basis?

RPX5 10-15-2009 10:22 AM

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Originally Posted by mtX5 (Post 669787)
so guys for the wiring harness i am unable to provide alot of details on how to instal (sorry RPX5). I used my AiB wiring harness and just did splicing so i don't have to remove everything. basically i think 3 wires run into the ECU. not too sure where they go but you tap into a power source. the rest is pretty basic with grounds, relays, fuse..

maybe EAS or umnitza can better help since they deal with AEs and wiring harnesses on a regular basis?

NO problem. I'll figure it out eventually, or maybe someone who jumps in on the headlights here will be techy enough to write a detailed DIY or atleast describe where to tap into the ECU

petener999 10-15-2009 11:41 AM

I think Umnitza are selling Depot headlights for $399....

RPX5 10-15-2009 12:24 PM

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Originally Posted by petener999 (Post 669860)
I think Umnitza are selling Depot headlights for $399....

I paid about $700 for Depo headlights from Umnitza, and I had to fight in order to get my money back when they kept failing and the AE's weren't the correct size. Plus, there were 2 sets of AE's installed on the headlights, one from the Depo factory, the other (predator orions) that were made for a different vehicle because they didn't fit quite right on my car.

RPX5 10-15-2009 12:25 PM

Also, they didn't send a wire harness, and told me to tap the AEs into my fogs for a cheesy Mickey Mouse type of install.

I'll pay $1,000 to not deal with Umnitza.


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