7-Color RGB LED Angel Eye Halo Rings w/Wireless Remote Compatible With 2007-2008 Acura TL Projector Headlight Retrofit


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$69.99
SKU 80-127-TL

Features

  • Specially designed ring shape with a perfect fit compatible with 2007-2008 Acura TL LCI projector headlamp for retrofit
  • 4 pieces of rings for both low beam and high beam with twice brighter than any conventional RGB rings on the market
  • Wireless remote to allow you full control anywhere within 60 feet (no need to directly point the remote control to the receiver)
  • 16 different color changing modes and available colors: red/green/blue/amber/magenta/cyan/white in set

Description

For the color of headlights that you want, try out the 7-color RGB LED angel eye halo rings!

This specially designed ring shape is made to be a precise fit for your 2007-2008 Acura TL projector headlights and is made to retrofit however you want. Once you fix it over your headlights, you will experience twice the brightness of any conventional RGB rings on the market.

The package includes a wireless remote that allows you to control the color schemes and flow patterns of your LED angel eyes anywhere from up to 60 feet away. The available colors include red, green, blue, amber, magenta, cyan, and white.

Note: Installing this item will heavily involve modifications on your part. Retrofitting actions may include, but not limited to, baking open the headlamps, cutting, drilling, and adding additional brackets to mount the LED rings. We highly recommend getting this professionally installed, which may cost an additional fee. Please also note that this retrofit RGB LED angel eyes are made to fit the 2007-2008 Acura TL LCI models. This will NOT fit the previous Pre-LCI models.

To power up the module box, connect the red wire to a 12V power source (+). Connect the black wire to a ground connection. Make sure you do not mix these two wires up; connecting the two wires incorrectly (e.g. tapping the black wire to a positive connection and the red wire to a ground) may result in permanently damaging the module box.

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