Multi-Color 180-SMD RGB LED Angel Eyes Halo Ring Lighting Kit w/ Remote Control for 2007-2013 BMW E82/E88 128i 135i 1M 1 Series
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- Fit for 2007-2013 BMW E82 1 Series Coupe with adaptive HID xenon headlights; 2007-2013 BMW E88 1 Series Convertible with adaptive HID xenon headlight
- Made with high quality 3-Emitter 5050 RGB SMD LED lights
- Content: 4 pieces of RGB LED halo rings, IR remote control (for color change, flash pattern and bright/dim change), and the remote control range is 25ft
- Available colors: red/green/blue/amber/magenta/cyan/white
This page features one set 180-SMD RGB Multi-Color LED Angel Eyes Kit with Remote Control. It is 3-4 times brighter than conventional H8 LED angel eyes ring marker bulbs and you can change up to 7 different colors for the LED rings and set the LED rings with four flashing patterns. You get 4 pieces of RGB LED rings for both sides low beam and high beam. In total, 180 pieces of 5050 SMD LED lights.
2007-2013 BMW E82 1 Series Coupe with adaptive HID xenon headlights
2007-2013 BMW E88 1 Series Convertible with adaptive HID xenon headlight
Made with high quality 3-Emitter 5050 RGB SMD LED lights
IR remote control for color change, flash pattern and bright/dim change
Remote control range: 25ft
Content: 4 pieces of RGB LED halo rings, IR remote control
Available colors: red/green/blue/amber/magenta/cyan/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. If you decide to install these RGB LED angel eyes, you may need to disable your stock H8 angel eye bulbs. Because use of adhesives such as glue and double-sided tape is required to install this product, there is no return or exchange once installed. We highly recommend getting this professionally installed, which may cost an additional fee.
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.
Please visit Headlight LED angel eye FAQ/tech support for more detail.