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Hi guys, I found this pic on another forum - Does anybody know where I can purchase these headlights? I can't find them anywhere!

Any help would be much appreciated!

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Hi guys, I found this pic on another forum - Does anybody know where I can purchase these headlights? I can't find them anywhere!

Any help would be much appreciated!

262888_10150741653395251_708435250_19984957_8388513_n.jpg

They will probably be covered in fly eye material it's sort of a perforated plastic not sure where you can buy the stuff though

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Sambooka's correct, its flyeye. Like it said its a film that covers the lights and has lots of tiny holes to allow light to pass through.

Although it looks good at a distance, up close it doesnt look very good. Here is the link: http://www.flyeyeskit.co.uk/. I had this on my old 206 and ended up taking it off.

I havent tried this but i think it looks a lot better as it doesnt have the tiny holes but not sure how it affects light output. It cant affect it too much as it says its legal.. http://www.lamin-x.com/Default.asp

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Thanks guys, I agree the fly eye looks awful up close! I'll probably avoid any of the films I guess...just looked great in that photo!

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I think that standard lights look good anyway. Only thing I would want to do is upgrade to a set with some DRLs in

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