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In Topic: Lowering A Focus....

Today, 04:56 AM




Above a few pictures of my Focus MK2. This focus is equipped with the OEM Eibach lowering springs and 7Jx17 inch alloy MK2.5 wheels. These pictures were taken just after lowering the car. After some time the car was a slightly bit lower.

I was very happy with the Eibach springs. Better handling with a minimum loss of comfort.

In Topic: My Focus Mk2 First Edition

20 October 2014 - 07:37 PM

The FK angeleyes I had were produced by DEPO. They are identical to the DEPO angeleyes. FK just put them in a different box with FK logo's.

In Topic: My Focus Mk2 First Edition

20 October 2014 - 06:32 PM

I was very happy with the FK angeleyes. The quality of these lights was almost the same as the OEM headlights. Combined with an aftermarket H7 HID kit the light output of the FK angeleyes was very good. It was comparable with OEM HID headlamps.

The only complaint I had was that the UV protective coating of the headlights chipped off. This was probably caused by some cheap HID lamps I used.

I bought the FK angeleyes directly from FK Germany a few years ago during a Christmas sale. I paid about €110,- including postage to the Netherlands.

In Topic: My Focus Mk2 First Edition

19 October 2014 - 05:41 PM

With Scandinavian Daytime running Lamps the low beam of the headlamps burns at 80% during day if the headlamp switch is set to the "AUTO" position (OEM HID lamps burn at 100% but the auto adjuster adjusts the low beam to the full down position during day). All other lights are off during day and will be switched on by the light sensor if it becomes dark enough.

The Scandinavian Daytime running Lamps are mandatory for some countries (mostly Scandinavian). In other countries this function may be illegal.

For the Scandinavian Daytime running Lamps you need a GEM module/fusebox which supports this function, some fuses and a relay which is inserted into the GEM module/fusebox.

The Angeleyes are officially not suitable for DRL. They are officially used as position lamps.

In Topic: My Focus Mk2 First Edition

18 October 2014 - 07:21 PM

Today I picked up the new car. Here are some first pictures of the car with my 17 inch alloys: