Yikess! Thanks for the welcome & reply! I'll check it out. Maintenance, check! Can I mod now? lolThere's already 78,000 threads like this. I see you're new here. Welcome. But you should see my sig for important maintenance info and do it all if you can swing it financially. Angel eyes should be the least of your concern right now. A bad install can cause a fire (even an engineer installed a set i sold him and nearly set his car on fire) so i'm not sure a noobie should be installing them. either way, maintenance first, mods later. GL
I would. The parts don't only go by mileage, but by age. I would at least change the expansion tank, hoses, a/t cooler o-ring, water pump, t-stat, belts, and pulleys. your car will go as far as your wallet can take it.I don't even have 50k on it yet. Should I still replace the cooling system?
It will interfere. That's part of the reason I sold mine. the rings kept popping off during the auto-leveling despite modifications/tape. apparently this is a common problem on facelifted sedans.Love it! I'll check those out. How is installation with the self adjusting headlight sensitivity? I was worried it would interfere.
What's the difference between the high end & the generic? I hear much better things about the V2!DIY is easy if you are a bit handy with simple tools. here is a guide for installing the lights:
As for which ones to get there's either regular budget lights or the top end
High end: (what I have)
I'd also rather take quality overall, otherwise I would have bought a HondaThe V2's are constructed better and the LED's do not fail at all. They also come with built in clips and the quality is superb. As for the lower end angel eyes, the ones I posted are pretty much the same (people might argue that but I've done 50 angel eye installed with various brands and they are all the same) the LED's can burn out after even as a few months, the clips also have to be inserted to the rings but that's easy.
The V2's have less LED's and they are physically smaller, and the cheaper rings have more LED's but are overall bigger filling more of the headlight to make it look cleaner. I'd rather take more brightness/better quality over rings that fit maybe a bit better but can fail fast.