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      03-17-2019, 07:30 AM   #1
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USR DEPO Headlights $370USD + Shipping (Save $200USD) Group Buy

Hi All,

I managed to get the guys at Unique Style Racing to give us a great deal on DEPO *right hand drive* angel head lights for $370USD (Save $200USD) + Shipping.
Caveat is we need 8 buyers (first come first serve) and each person will pay USR directly and lights will be shipped to your door!
They are normally $595USD + Shipping.

This is what Erick from USR has emailed to me:
"Thanks for the follow up. I am confirming with you that my supervisor indeed finalized how we would like to proceed with this.

1) As we are located in the United States, our customers primarily utilize LHD which is why we have a qty of 8 RHD we would like to push as they are “slow movers” here in the US.
2) We will ask that the 8 customers (including you) purchase the headlights at regular price IN WHICH once the 8 transactions are completed (reach 8), we can proceed to refund accordingly."

Please PM me your name and email and once I have 8 names, I will hand over a list to Erick at Unique Style Racing.

Here is the product (special price is only for right hand drive):
https://www.uniquestyleracings.com/s...013?search=f30

This is how to install it:


The DEPO headlights are good quality and gives your car the OEM angel eye look.
There are some LCI versions out there but do not have the same build quality (high failure rate of LED strips).

Here is a picture of what it looks like:


Cheers,

Combi
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I am in...Please let me know..
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does the RHD make a difference if being installed in LHD vehicles? if it doesn't make a difference and will work smoothly in my 2013 328i xdrive I am 100% in? please lmk
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does the RHD make a difference if being installed in LHD vehicles? if it doesn't make a difference and will work smoothly in my 2013 328i xdrive I am 100% in? please lmk
As far as I know, the lights will work but the direction of the light may skew a little to the left I think.
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I am in...Please let me know..
this is for Right hand drive cars. lights will work but the projection of light my go more to the left of the road.

are you still keen?
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      03-19-2019, 07:27 AM   #6
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this is for Right hand drive cars. lights will work but the projection of light my go more to the left of the road.

are you still keen?
You can adjust the beam up, down, and left and right. Can you just do that more to the right?
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The shape of the cutoff is different for LHD bs RHD cars. Beam pattern would result in blinding oncoming traffic. You could compensate by aiming lower but you’d be compromising your light spread.

How cutoffs look for
LHD: ___/———
RHD: —--\___
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