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    Hello all,

    Very quick and probably stupid question.

    Just had a look on realoem, and there are two headlight bulbs per front light, exactly the same - 12V 55W H7.

    http://www.realoem.com/bmw/showparts...72&hg=63&fg=05

    I am looking to swap the bulbs out for these:

    eBay Link

    Do I just need to buy two of the kit in the link? They don't need to be different bulbs or anything?


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    You only need one set as you don't drive round with your high beam on permanently do you, but in answer to your question yes they are ok and thats all you need.

    and there are no stupid questions just stupid answers!
     
     

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    Cheers slowtech

    I always drive with full beam on, great vision






    joking... but the amount of people I get blinded by doing that. And people using fogs as headlights grrr.
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    let us know how you get on with those lights...

    pics too
     
     

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    For info....I've ordered these now
     
     

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    I actually went ahead and ordered these:

    H7 55W Xenon Bulb

    As I was ordering something else from there too.

    I also bought these to go along with the dipped beams:

    5W Super Bright Xenon Side Lights

    I will update this thread, and my build thread with how they look
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