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Thanks to AndyAlpina there is an oppertunity for a group buy on a very good HID kit, the kit has being installed on Chris's car and also Andys and they are very nice. Very easy to install and more importantly a thumbs up from people that have actually bought, installed and used the same brand kits.

The kits will be coming from hid-direct.co.uk ((Here)

Link to e46 HID Kit

Link to e39 HID Kit

-All kits come with a 2 year warrenty

-Prices works out at apprx. €75 per kit which includes everything needed for the install.

-No Error Warnings

If you are interested please throw your name into the list with what kit you want and the temperature you want (different Kelvins avaliable)

These are only avaliable for the named cars above


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Wudnt mind it ,couple of questions ,excuse the ignorance,
1 my car has non zenon headlights,twin halogens,can this kit fit it and will it fit zenon headlights when i get a set down the road,don't wanna have to buy again
2 wats the difference in the intensity any pics
 

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Lads its a pity ye cant see the difference between 4300k and 6000k
as up-graded my bulbs on my m3 and 535d to 6000k and the light is
better again and not really blue like all them cheep hids kits that you
see on every 2nd car these days which are mostly 8000k or 10000k.
 

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Lads its a pity ye cant see the difference between 4300k and 6000k
as up-graded my bulbs on my m3 and 535d to 6000k and the light is
better again and not really blue like all them cheep hids kits that you
see on every 2nd car these days which are mostly 8000k or 10000k.
Interesting... So you would recommend 6000k?
 

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They look great! Think I'll change my order :cool:
Well I bet if you fitted 6000k in 1 side and 4300k in the other you would pick
the 6000k there is only a slight hint of blue and the light is brighter.

If any one wants fog lamp bulbs with a hint of blue to match there hid kit(I sold Andy a set)
I can get them for 10euro if I get a order of 5 or more.
 

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Well I bet if you fitted 6000k in 1 side and 4300k in the other you would pick
the 6000k there is only a slight hint of blue and the light is brighter.

If any one wants fog lamp bulbs with a hint of blue to match there hid kit(I sold Andy a set)
I can get them for 10euro if I get a order of 5 or more.
I'll take a set :)
I think I might also change to 6000k they look very well
 

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Well I bet if you fitted 6000k in 1 side and 4300k in the other you would pick
the 6000k there is only a slight hint of blue and the light is brighter.

If any one wants fog lamp bulbs with a hint of blue to match there hid kit(I sold Andy a set)
I can get them for 10euro if I get a order of 5 or more.

believe it or not there is slightly less light out of 6000k vs 4300k.
 

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believe it or not there is slightly less light out of 6000k vs 4300k.
This is true. The higher up the kelvin range you go with your HID bulbs, the less the lumen output.
4300K is the colour temperature that gives the greatest lumen output.
 
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