Brand: Eagle Eyes
Black or Chrome: I got the Chrome, Its Finish looks awesome!
Price: $299 + shipping ($39.22)
Purchased From: SaberSport
or contact Sam at firstname.lastname@example.org
Installation: Moderate. I discovered that the adjustment screw turns another screw.
This screw is internal on the stock lenses but sticks out the back of the EE (eagle Eyes) lenses.
When installed I noticed it was hitting on the metal. This pushed the headlight out.
You can see that in the next two pictures:
So what I did was mark it & drill a hole:
See the mark?
drilled the hole & primered it so it wouldnt rust:
Painted it to match:
Its behind the headlight so this is not really needed (paint).
I velcroed the Ballast wire side down to the top of the frame horns.
Installation Time: about two hours going slow & drilling.
Any Installation Tips You Have: I would drill the hole to relieve pressure from the housing that the adjustment screw places on it. Otherwise I believe over time one or the other will break.
Quality of Part: 9 It is really an outstanding headlight. At this point I cant comment on durability but it looks awesome and functions great!
Product Performance: 10....I cant imagine what it will look like with HID's.
Yes I have them ordered.
HID: Yes they accept HID's. SaberSports says:
Would you Recommend to Others: Absolutly!You will need H7 and low beam and H1 for high beam. For HID, you will need to drill hole on the back cover to run the wire from the HID bulbs to the HID ballast.
Any Other Comments: Im very impressed other than the screw issue. Maybe other G6 models have an area cut out already...?
As always Im happy to answer any questions. ;-)
On a side note I did swap out the turn signal bulbs with stealth bulbs.
They are still orange but dont turn that color until ignited.
I purchased #3157 from: "CTLumination", www.autolumination.com
Stealth bulb and regular stock bulb...can u tell which is which?:
Here are a few snaps previously posted but I wanted to include them in the review:
CCFL Halos are clearly seen facing into the sun!
Light output looks great. Much better than my stockers.
This shot is WITHOUT the high beams:
I stood about 50 feet off in the grass to snap this. I just thought it looked cool: