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Old 02-19-2004, 03:08 PM   #11
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Give me a heads on shot in this thread and i shouldn't take too long on it.
by "heads on" you mean headights on?

I'll do all off, to full on (and everything in between).

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Yeah just like that. They eyebrows are the sweetest one i think...All you need is 8 LED'*, some plastic rings or make plastic rings, a post to hold them up, and some wiring/switch.
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Looks nice, this is defintly DO-ABLE. There is several write ups on the net on DIY angle eyes. If I only knew more about LED'* and electric, oh ya and had free time.

Didn't see on +00 pics here so maybe, Jason will Pshop my 01 ssei.





The eyebrow pic looks badass, you could make the angle eyes look like that when there made, just don't cut notches all the way around. Seen couple like this on the net somewhere. I remeber Lincoln LS have a headlight option, aftermarket that make all kinds of angle eye setups, so do Civics.
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JASON YOU READ MY MIND!! I read an article a while back on how to make your own Angel Eye rings. And I've been thinking of that ever since. I WILL do it bro! My car isn't bad-*** enough yet

Thanks for the P-shop pics Jason...I know I have to do it now.
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Here'* an 00+ going on.





Looks pissed off to me. I think the black in the headlights will make it harder to do. You may want to do an eyebrow for the same effect.



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nice! i so wish i could get those, irl, for my car!
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Looks great, but truth of the matter- not bright enough to drive with at night, unnoticable in daytime.
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Looks great, but truth of the matter- not bright enough to drive with at night, unnoticable in daytime.
tru, but still looks good!
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Looks great, but truth of the matter- not bright enough to drive with at night, unnoticable in daytime.
The headlights would probably wash the rings out too (at least my Silverstars) if on at the same time. But I'd still do it for show quality anyway.
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