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Old 05-14-2004, 03:27 AM   #1
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I am a new guy, I have been reading some of the posts and I hear alot about angel eyes, or something to that nature. I was wondering what they are/look like, if I remember right they were fog lights???? What else looks good to replace stock fog lights. Thanks
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Do a search for "angel eyes" or "fog lights" and you'll find probably hundreds of threads on this very topic. Here'* a good one (with pics) on Angel Eyes, which are unique because they have a ring of color around the regular white lights:

http://www.bonnevilleclub.com/forum/...ic.php?t=16992

As far as fog lights, many here have gone with Navigator Cyberwhites as fog replacements. I personally have yet to decide!
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how much are navigator cyber whites and angel eyes AND how hard are each to install?
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Again, searching the archives for these topics will give you some detailed information on both of those questions. I do know that Cyberwhites can be found in the Auto section of many Walmart stores, for between $25-40 per pair. Many of the round aftermarket lights can be installed using factory brackets and wiring/switches, which makes it pretty straightforward.
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yea, a couple of memebers have cybers, A lot more sport the angel/pilots though myself included. Like BonneMN would say "Aftermarket is the way to go!"
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Well the stockers on my car didn't do chit but look good. I'l drive without headlights now no problem lol. j/k...

http://bonneville.fearthepearl.com/may9/



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they look really good. i really like when just the circle around the edge is on, it looks really kick ***
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You're from owatonna! Hell come up and check em out yourself! Lakeville'* only 20 min away @ pontiac speeds.

www.grandprixstore.com has em.
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yah you saw my car in the other topic posted by scottydl, the pilot 7 color ones are a bit more expensive around $60 and installation will take a while but it is not super hard just takes a while. Definately worth it because you can look cool and you get so much more light off of aftermarket lights.
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Since the Angel Eyes owners are reading this... how would you compare the "center" white light (on the Angel Eyes, as in the pic below) to the stock driving lights on your Bonny?

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