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    Quote Originally Posted by nick316ti View Post
    im looking at getting some xenons bulbs but what i dont wont is those awfull bluish type bulbs that ive seen in cars (in fact i saw one last night in the dark it was horrendous every thing was blue like i was in a tunnel of flourescent lighting from the 1980`s ) i wont pure white crisp light so cmon which are the brilliant white bulbs i need to get
    Phillips Xtreme vision is what you want i got them for full beam.. and there amazing!!
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by Geo's Comps View Post
    Right i done my main beam but now i need to do my fog light.... One of them isnt working and i would like to replace it. Is their a guide to doing this as i have not got a clue what to do ? or where to start
    straight out of my e46 compact manual mate

    "HB4 bulb 55 watts

    The bulb is pressurised so protect eyes etc....
    1. use a screwdriver to detach the headlight working with great care (shows a pic of a screwdriveon the outer edges)
    2. press the bulb in slight, and turn to the left and remove it insert new bulb
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    hope that helps mate
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bigbenstrikes View Post
    Phillips Xtreme vision is what you want i got them for full beam.. and there amazing!!
    can you get these for dipped beam also
     
     

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    nick you can, both dipped and full beam use the same bulb. itll be reaaaaly powerful as a dipped beam though but its still road legal regardless!
     
     

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    cheers mate ill be buying and fitting them saturday
     
     

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    good stuff mate, dont forget to post pics. be good to see how they compare to the set i fitted!
     
     

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    think i might go for these instead just to be different

    http://www.motor-world.co.uk/index.c...uct_title=Ring Xenon Max H7 Headlight Bulbs
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by pallarisari View Post
    straight out of my e46 compact manual mate

    "HB4 bulb 55 watts

    The bulb is pressurised so protect eyes etc....
    1. use a screwdriver to detach the headlight working with great care (shows a pic of a screwdriveon the outer edges)
    2. press the bulb in slight, and turn to the left and remove it insert new bulb
    "

    hope that helps mate
    i cant seem to find it in the manual. Do i need to go underneth the car to get to the fogs.
     
     

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    reading this thread has made me change my mind on the hids lol sodl the h4s last night and was going to order some h7 hids today but now ive found so ccfl's angel eyes on ebay so im going to order them and then order some 100w xenon h7 bulbs to go with them should do the trick and stay legal
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by fingz999 View Post
    reading this thread has made me change my mind on the hids lol sodl the h4s last night and was going to order some h7 hids today but now ive found so ccfl's angel eyes on ebay so im going to order them and then order some 100w xenon h7 bulbs to go with them should do the trick [b]and stay legal[b/]
    Although 100w bulbs are illegal
     
     

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