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      07-28-2012, 12:01 PM   #23
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I think it comes down to buying the kit and then labour prices.

The Umnitza kit link is in this topic to help give you an idea.
they don't check their email at 20hz, call them up any time and ask for frankie or contact them through their Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/pages/20HZ-...06728149397685

checkout how crazy their work is, this would be a breeze for them
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      07-28-2012, 01:34 PM   #24
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Thanks again dude. I'll call them early next week.
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      07-28-2012, 03:45 PM   #25
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Looks good. Nothing against them, just not much review of the product so I based my opinion on that. Opening headlights isnt plug and play, umnitza rings are proven solid and have life time warranty. Im sure you're backing up your friends at 180 and Im actually a fan of their work but im just not sure about the orbs
When it comes to mods on my car, there are no such thing as friend. I wonder why u would say something like that? I went with them simply because I seen their work and was very impressed. If you do post info, please post concrete info to back up your claims and not just hear say. I thought you heard negative things about these orb rings and I was curious, but if you saying there hasn't been enough reviews on them, I can understand your consumer concern. I didn't know OSS had lifetime warranty. Thats pretty awesome. I hope my AE will last for a long time. We will see. Sorry for coming on this thread, but I was reading and had a concern when you posted about these orbs that's I just had installed on my car!
Ok, OSS and 180 are just companies using umnitza and luce produkt lights. Im just saying umnitza > luce produkt in regards to proven quality of the rings. Lifetime warranty vs 1 yr warranty is a concrete argument, but yes ill be that bad guy that perhaps will be proven wrong
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Did anyone end up calling these 20HZ guys?
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      02-14-2013, 07:46 PM   #27
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I'm on the road and can't search for you all.

Go contact my retrofitter, his name is Ciprian and he used to be on the HIDplantet forums. He's out in Milton, but he's a one-stop-shop for all your retrofitting needs, angel eyes included.

I last talked with him in the fall, and he's more than likely swamped with graduate school and work, but it's worth a shot to ask.

If I forget to revisit this thread, shoot me a PM and I'll go find his contact info/email him this thread.
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Superfym3 did his lights and is not so crazy about them. They are blacked out with lux v3 for angel eyes. Last time I spoke with him he wanted to swap them plus cash.
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Superfym3 did his lights and is not so crazy about them. They are blacked out with lux v3 for angel eyes. Last time I spoke with him he wanted to swap them plus cash.
Here is a quick shot.
That doesn't look so bad actually. But, I'm sure if he used OSS AE's they'd be much brighter and he wouldn't be trying to swap them out

Or maybe he just doesn't like the blacked out part.
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That doesn't look so bad actually. But, I'm sure if he used OSS AE's they'd be much brighter and he wouldn't be trying to swap them out

Or maybe he just doesn't like the blacked out part.
Ofcourse it doesn't look bad. It looks amazing in person. I love the Blake out look. OSS rings are only 100 bucks I think so when the light is all apart installation is very simple. To be honest we are very happy with out lux kits.
Amazing upgrade for cheap.
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