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      10-21-2009, 03:19 PM   #1
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Jlevi SW | Introducing WeissLicht LED Angel Eye Upgrades

Some of you may have already received your shipments but we wanted to formally introduce you to the new brand of LED based angel eye upgrades we are now stocking.

The WeissLicht brand was selected after testing a variety of other brands and solutions side by side to determine what would produce the most uniform light output, best color, reliability and ease of installation. We found through customer feedback and experience on our own 335 that popular LED solutions did not produce visible and uniform light output and color temperatures were not on par.




WeissLicht Brand Features
-Versions available for every BMW ever produced with Angel Eyes
-Red, Blue, and White Versions Available
-Integrated heat-sync
-Plug and play installation without unsightly harnesses or wiring.
-All installation tools INCLUDED
-High Output LEDs
-1 Year Warranty
-The best color and light output on the market - tested and verified
-High quality materials, precision machined for flawless fitment


WeissLicht Versions
H8 (XX2) Version:
-Innovative spring-loaded Y blades maximize light output by bringing LEDs all the way to your car's fiberoptics
-Proprietary material atop each LED directs and focuses light output
-Heat-sync's are integrated into Y blades for cooling without clutter
-Fully adjustable means that you can use the same unit for any car with H8 Angel Eyes. This means if you trade in your car, you can take the product with you.

E90 (XX3) Version:
-Massive heat sync prevents LEDs from burning out - extremely low failure rate
-No external "resistor" or "inverter" to deal with
-The only solution on the market with E90 LCI Halogen Fitment available

2002-2006 (XX1) Version:
-Adapter to fit any 2002-2006 model with OEM angel eyes
-Massive heat sync prevents LEDs from burning out - extremely low failure rate
-No external "resistor" or "inverter" to deal with







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