1 order will contain 2 lights and will illuminate all 4 rings on a vehicle.
The LUX H8 V5 angel eyes use 8 of the latest and most efficient Cree LED's to offers unmatched brightness while its patented design makes both the inner and outer angel eyes as bright as possible. The patented heat sink design has a single flat side which correlates with the connector side of a standard H8 bulb, allowing for easier orientation when installing.
LUX H8 V5 angel eyes produce a total of 2400 lumen which is the halogen equivalent of 120 watts! The stock 35 watt halogen bulb receives only 80-90% power and then drops to 50% power when utilized with the headlights; thus causing the angel eyes to become much dimmer. This is done to reduce heat within the headlight housing. Our LUX H8 V5 angel eyes compensate for this dimming and always operate at full power allowing them to be clearly visible in the daytime. When locking the car, the the LUX will pulse off rather than fade. Our LED bulbs use a fraction of the power allowing them to run cooler and have a longer lifespan.
Note - a large majority of other brand LED Angel Eyes do not compensate for the dimming and will have reduced outputs.
1-series and 1M E82 | (2007-2012)
3-series Coupes E92 | (2006-2010) *** See below
3-series Convertibles E93 | (2006-2010)
3-series Sedan LCI (with Xenon) E90 | (2009-2012)
M3 coupes /convertible / sedans E90, E92, E93 | ( 2006-2013)
5-series Sedan LCI | (2008-2010)
X1 (with Xenon) E84 | (2010-2012)
X5 ( with Xenon) - E70 | (2007-2011)
X6 E71 | (2008-2012)
X5M / X6M E70 / E71 | (2008-2012)
Z4 E89 | (2009-2012)
*** Please Note: E92 Coupes Manufactured before March 2007 require a unique version - Contact Us For Details
9 color settings from 5,000K 12,000K
The halogen equivalent of 120 watts of light
100% no Dimming in all headlight modes
No flickering on Self Check Sequence
Fully Fused and No EMI
New Heatsink design for Much easier installation
Brightest H8 Style LED Angel Eyes on the Market
US Patent Number 8,749,143
** Please Note - the Fade on/off feature of the angel eyes may cause the lights to pulse rather than fade smoothly