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      06-20-2012, 08:21 AM   #199
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These LEDs wont dim when sides or dipped are on
Hi Neil, finally got these fitted with a bit of a wiggle and a twist!
They look the business and I'm really happy with the result.

I have noticed that they DO dim on sidelights but it's not a problem for me.

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      08-20-2012, 04:13 AM   #200
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Neil it won't let me PM you, so I've dropped you an email instead mate.
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      09-04-2012, 08:46 AM   #201
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I have 320D 2010 LCI model. With halogen sides and mains. Could I install your product and achieve the white angel eye look still? Thanks.
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      10-01-2012, 10:09 AM   #202
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If you're about could you answer a quick question on these please.
Over the weekend one of my lamps has been intermittently switching off.
I'm going to swap the ballasts over this evening to see if it's the lamp itself.


Update: swapping the ballasts over has helped. Loose connection maybe

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      10-02-2012, 06:50 AM   #203
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I have had these BMS lights for several months now and here is my verdict. They are probably the best solution for pre-lci angel eyes at the moment as they aren't stupidly expensive like other makes and they are very bright, BUT for those expecting perfect angel eyes on all 4 lights, this isn't possible with just an LED swap on a pre-lci car no matter what LED bulbs you buy.

This is what they will do

Daylight - Inner rings bright, outer rings barely visible
Dusk - Inner rings very bright, outer rings low light
Nightime - Inner rings blindingly bright, outer rings medium brightness

Running the DRL is brighter, if you run dipped beams the LED angels eyes DO dim.

Full beams\Xenons on look the best with all lights and angel eyes looking the brightest, any other light position shows a very noticeable difference in luminosity between the inner and outer rings but this will be the case on any LED upgrade, you can't get the LCI look on a PRE-LCI car by just changing the bulbs but this is due to the cheap PRE-LCI lighting system that BMW chose to use rather than a limitation of the LED's.

Does anyone know of a way to get the full OSS LED light replacement here in the UK as that is the best option tbh?
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      10-02-2012, 06:58 AM   #204
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I have had these BMS lights for several months now and here is my verdict. They are probably the best solution for pre-lci angel eyes at the moment as they aren't stupidly expensive like other makes and they are very bright, BUT for those expecting perfect angel eyes on all 4 lights, this isn't possible with just an LED swap on a pre-lci car no matter what LED bulbs you buy.

This is what they will do

Daylight - Inner rings bright, outer rings barely visible
Dusk - Inner rings very bright, outer rings low light
Nightime - Inner rings blindingly bright, outer rings medium brightness

Running the DRL is brighter, if you run dipped beams the LED angels eyes DO dim.

Full beams\Xenons on look the best with all lights and angel eyes looking the brightest, any other light position shows a very noticeable difference in luminosity between the inner and outer rings but this will be the case on any LED upgrade, you can't get the LCI look on a PRE-LCI car by just changing the bulbs but this is due to the cheap PRE-LCI lighting system that BMW chose to use rather than a limitation of the LED's.

Does anyone know of a way to get the full OSS LED light replacement here in the UK as that is the best option tbh?
You can buy the rings from ca international -

http://www.ca-int.co.uk/glance.php?c...method=company

Looking at the OSS pictures they look like the Orion V2 rings.

I've been looking at doing the conversion but wanted a headlight to practice on. Putting a 200 + headlight in my oven is abit daunting!
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      10-02-2012, 07:20 AM   #205
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I have had these BMS lights for several months now and here is my verdict. They are probably the best solution for pre-lci angel eyes at the moment as they aren't stupidly expensive like other makes and they are very bright, BUT for those expecting perfect angel eyes on all 4 lights, this isn't possible with just an LED swap on a pre-lci car no matter what LED bulbs you buy.

This is what they will do

Daylight - Inner rings bright, outer rings barely visible
Dusk - Inner rings very bright, outer rings low light
Nightime - Inner rings blindingly bright, outer rings medium brightness

Running the DRL is brighter, if you run dipped beams the LED angels eyes DO dim.

Full beams\Xenons on look the best with all lights and angel eyes looking the brightest, any other light position shows a very noticeable difference in luminosity between the inner and outer rings but this will be the case on any LED upgrade, you can't get the LCI look on a PRE-LCI car by just changing the bulbs but this is due to the cheap PRE-LCI lighting system that BMW chose to use rather than a limitation of the LED's.

Does anyone know of a way to get the full OSS LED light replacement here in the UK as that is the best option tbh?
DeeplyLit Vehichle Lighting in London do the orion predators!

http://www.facebook.com/deeplylit?fref=ts
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      10-10-2012, 05:47 AM   #206
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Are these still available? from what ive read these are the best replacement of the yellow bulbs
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