This is a discussion on HID halo headlights within the Member Show-Off & Photography forums, part of the Community - Meet other Enthusiasts category; Originally Posted by skinikko I thought they have on specdtuning.com? Sent from my PG86100 using Tapatalk 2 I think its ...
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Just recently added Halos too... They are spec D for an 04-05 Also added an OEM Carbon Fiber grille from Carbon Creations...
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So how do these lights perform in terms of visibility?
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I would also like to know. I was dead set on these halos for my bugeye until I looked at reviews and uhh changed my mind.
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They have stellar performance...
In fact, I wanted new headlights because the stock were clouded and un-insulated, meaning that they would fog up on the inside over time. The Halos are insulted and concentrated, which increases the visual range and clarity of the beam projection.
In the future when the bulbs go out, I will replace them with LED lights, which are brighter and last longer.
I don't understand why users criticize with the BMW comments. Yes, I get it, BMW is the original halos, and hey guess what... they are original in Xenon too. There are more reasons why its coined, "The Ultimate Driving Machine".
I like the look better than the stock, and my stock headlights blew ass because they were beat to ****.
The install is a little tricky because you have to splice the wires, I would recommend having an electrician do it.