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    How do these work?

    http://www.essexracing.com/product_i...roducts_id=336

    Can these be used on standard lights and do they actually look any good
    (or even work!)

    Anyone actually used them?

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    Just took an extraction from the reviews:

    buy yaself a little switch and stick it in one of the spare button places anywhere in ya car, take out ya headlamps, or go down the scrappy and buy a spare pare. then use a heat tourche and heat up around the seame of the lense and once its easy enough to removethe lenase do so!

    once ya have the lenase off use something to bond them to the front of the lense, you can stick 'em anywhere you want but i found on the inside of the lense fi the best place, wire 'em up by poling the wires through a gap the bulbs come through, if you wanted you could wire 'em to your sidelights, but i aint sure how legal that would be.

    now once ya stuck 'em in and are sure theyre in the right place you wanna bond the lense back onto the lamp again making sure you have a near air tight seal as you don't want water geting in!

    now when you've done alla this its easiest to get a screw block and attach them together at one end, run one wire to the switch and back to the battery and the ther wire straight from the lights to the battery. and you should now be done! depending on how well youve done this it should look pretty good (at night) but if you've done it wrong it'll look really takey i warn you now!
    Seems like a bit of a hassle to me.

    It appears as though you've got to bond them on to your existing lights.

    EDIT: That's a pretty trippy website, after I've been on there for a few minutes and switch back to here it hurts my eyes. It's the Yellowness I guess.

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    Something dodgy about them IMO. Better off with gen angel eyes.

    And if you can decipher the intructions then fair play
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    the time it would take to fit n pull ur originals apart n cut n shut its not worth the hastle!!!
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    /\ /\ /\ Agreed


    Think Unless you have Genuine Angel Eyes it wouldnt look to Good!

    They are prob designed for cars that already have projector lights like the corsa C, which dont have the halo's on them!
    THE STATEMENTS MADE ABOVE ARE MERELY MY OPINION AND SHOULD NOT BE INTERPRETED AS STATEMENTS OF FACT UNLESS OTHERWISE STATED

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