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Angel Eyes

Discussion in 'A3/S3/Sportback (8P Chassis)' started by Eddie123, Apr 11, 2008.

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    Well they'll be quite a difficult fit if they're made for a 5 series YOU PLONKER. This forum is going downhill :slapped:
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    CHAVtastic.....
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    Any car apart from BMWs look stupid with angel eyes IMO. A bit like people who fit the Audi led front lights to other makes.
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    >>What is your opinion and do you know if they are easy to fit??


    Don't you dare...
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    leave them to the beamer owners :o.k:
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    on the plus side, angel eyes have projector lenses, so if you want to fit a hid kit then they work extremely well with a set of fk angel eyes headlamps. who needs to see the rings lit anyway - just use headlamps not sidelights!

    to fit them you need to remove both wheel arches to remove the front bumper (1hour), then they take about 10 minutes to swap over then another hour to put the arch liners and bumper back on
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    Whatever next..... ;-)

    People will be running CHristmas lights under the bottom of their headlamp units next - DOH

    !:think:
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    If you HAVE to have funny looking running lights at least get some Audi style fairy lights. I think Saab have about the best looking ones, just a strip of light along the top or bottom of the headlight. Nothing ridiculous....
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    comments like that, from idiots like you who have clearly not read the original post are definately, as you say, letting this forum go down hill
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    General idea seems to be no...

    Thanks Guys!
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    He just has a certain affinity for the 'plonker' word......
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    Coming from you. Inabit bacardi
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    Inabit? Making much more sense now, even google translate couldn't figure out what you were trying to say.........
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