|10-04-2013 02:01 PM|
|10-04-2013 01:52 PM|
|10-04-2013 12:08 PM|
|FocusTi1990||Thanks i think ill be saving them for the early next yr...i just hope i do em right lol|
|10-04-2013 06:14 AM|
|10-04-2013 05:46 AM|
|FocusTi1990||I love how these DRLs look....i really want some of these now...just depends on the price....if they 350 like the other ones i might have to wait but your car looks great Aradzish|
|10-04-2013 03:11 AM|
Ok, here are the pics then:
I have to say the DRLs are very bright even in very sunny day.
The only thing is that they are cool white, while the headlights are more yellowish.
|10-03-2013 06:07 PM|
Thanks for sharing.
And we always require pics..
|10-03-2013 02:25 PM|
I decided to share my own experience with you in brief.
I drive Ford Focus 2012 Titanium+ (made in Germany).
After reading many posts, forums and descriptions, I did this.
I bought these DRLs:
I think these look much better than the Echo Master ones.
The triangles in my car are glossy black (not matte). The item arrived in time, exactly as described, with printed instructions translated from Chinese (which I didn't need after so much reading on forums), and the DRLs look exactly like my stock triangles. I was surprised with the quality, I swear.
The kit contained the add-a-fuse cable and everything needed.
Before installing I equipped myself with these pry tools:
They helped me a LOT. Highly recommended!
Additionally, to avoid any wires cutting, I bought these T-TAPs:
I think I listed all tools that I used.
Removing the triangles with the pry tools was piece of cake, I did it in 1 minute in total. Doing that with screwdriver and credit card would be a pain (I tried!).
Removing the headlight (I had to remove only the one on the driver's side) was very easy.
Adding wires with T-TAP was also very easy. With the T-TAP you not only avoid cutting, but also make the wires connectable&disconnectable easily at any time.
Placing the DRLs cables inside the car was the most time-consuming task, because I wanted to do it accurately.
By the way, when I removed my stock triangles, I found foam plastic blocks behind them. I had to removed them (had to apply some force) because with them in place it was not possible to put the new triangles. After I removed them, placing the new triangles was just a matter 15 seconds - several clicks and you're done.
I don't share the car photos not to waste the thread. I can do that if you want.
Warm regards from Israel to all of you.
|09-05-2013 10:32 PM|
They process took a lot longer than I expected, but I also like them more than I expected. They are quite bright from the correct angles even in strong sunlight. I wasn't able to capture the correct shade of white in the photos, the actual white is more of a blue like in this photo adjusted to be more blue:
|09-03-2013 12:21 PM|
Why no pichurs?
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