I know right, that's why I decided to make my own😁👍.Need
So few light options about. Would go well with the dynamic wing mirror indicators
Thank youThey look great mate any chance of a guide whats needed etc
Where did these come from, these need to be on my car ASAP😁, more info please.It's been a while, but I finally managed to get these finished and fitted👍. Well please with how they look😁😁😁.
All for a low cost of about £50, including a spare set of rear lights.
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Where did these come from, these need to be on my car ASAP😁, more info please.
I think you need to make me some and everybody else lol.Thank you
If you have all the parts, theres no reason why this can't be completed in a weekend.
So here's the how to...
1) Open the light unit using a Dremel or equivalent cutting tool.
2) Insert the Demon eye ring into the Angel eye cob ring, so the LEDs are pointing inward. Secure using sealant of your choice.
3) Use mirror tint film on one side of the perspex disc.
4) Place the mirror tint disc (mirror side in) on the front of the Angel cob and secure.
5) Place the mirrored disc (mirror side in) on the rear of the Demon eye ring. Secure using sealant.
You've now made your infinity lights
6) Place the now made infinity lights into the light units at the desired position and secure using sealant.
7) Once everything is dry, put the light back together, minus the red inside lens. Seal up the light unit.
8) Spray using lens tint spray to your desired darkness.
I also bought oem bulb connectors from AliExpress, so they are now plug&play & can be swapped over easily if needed.
*When fitting the perspex & mirror discs to the LED units, make sure they are free from hair & fluff etc, as it will show up when they are on. *
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I don't have the time. I only have a spare hour here & there, so these took me months . But they were worth the wait.You thought of making these and selling them? Also do you have pictures of what they looks like when they aren't illuminated.
I've also got a motorbike and that takes up a lot of my time as well, so she's got double to contend with . Cheers my man.Ha, I’ve spent most weekends on the car, so know where your coming from, but round off to you, they do look smart.