Here is a simple scheme for 12V approx 10s OFF Relay. It’s very easy to build. Scheme and part list are shown below. Continue reading “Make your own 12V 10s off Relay”
What follows is the front bumper removal procedure as described by Alfa Romeo in their in-house dealer level procedure software, eLearn. This is a descriptive and pictorial guide to removing the bumper as used by Alfa Romeo trained technicians – but I am pretty sure use mere mortals can follow it too! Continue reading “Bumper Removal”
The Halo units require good, clean regulated power to run or they will burn out. A cars power supply is the exact opposite of this, its dirty, unregulated and a very bad place for electrical items to live! As such, most electronics in a car have additional protective mechanisms to keep then safe. The Halo controllers & rings are no different. Continue reading “Power Supplies”
Installation of the rings is very easy. Each ring is a near exact size match for the lens so they are easy to place in the right ones. For reference, the rings are: Continue reading “Installation of the Rings”
The goal of the wiring is to create a positive (+) and negative (-) feed from each of the following bulb feeds inside the headlight unit: Continue reading “Headlight Wiring”
Please note, Project Halo is now being continued by Chris & Samir over on the facebook page. I no longer supply controllers.
Project Halo started as a concept to integrate BMW Angel eye style DRLs into the 159/Brera/Spider triple headlight configuration. Initial development work was completed by myself & YonasH. YonasH pioneered the first sets of Halo’s in a kit form that could be bought and installed as a DIY solution, however both of our efforts to disassemble the headlights resulted in failure or breakage and the only viable solution was to cut the lenses off, install the rings and glue the lenses back on. Continue reading “Project Halo”
Part of any major power upgrade includes a Front Mount Intercooler conversion to enable the maximum airflow through the compression system, while maximising the cooling opportunity. Continue reading “Alfa 159 Front Mount Intercooler Conversion (FMIC)”