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Wattage / Voltage for 2004-2007 Angel Eye bulb.. What is it?

Old 01-11-2008, 11:52 AM
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hey all, what's the wattage / voltage on the Angel eyes for a 2004-2007 e60?


I've got an idea, mentioned in the 2008 LCI Angel eye upgrade.


Does anyone think, if the bulb for th 2004-2007 angel eye is changed to HID, do you think it'll be brighter?


I'm willing to experiment and buy a cheap HID kid that's 9-12 volts, and wire it to see if it works with the angel eyes.



Any opinions? Will the light travel into the fiber optic/angel eye? or will it just light up the headlight housing?


Hmm.. I wonder.
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Old 01-11-2008, 01:51 PM
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I think its 3W? Good luck on the project.

I asked Eurorev to custom my headlights by putting in the same halo rings they use for the e46 m3s, but they said they tried already and failed.
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