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    there seems to be so many different companies offering angel eyes for bmw e36 coupe's but which are best in terms of the quality of the actual product and the beam of light. im looking to go for a xenon kind of look and im certain i want them to be black and not chrome but why companies products should i avoid and which are good quality.

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    ive got sonar ones on mine and for the money i think there really good
    its not broke, just under construction
     
     

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    I got hella headlights and put on a ccfl kit and my HID kit arrived today.........
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by StK View Post
    I got hella headlights and put on a ccfl kit and my HID kit arrived today.........
    was the ccfl kit easy to do?? as i would quite like hids
     
     

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    I had no problems with mine but it depends on which kit you get-I did mine 2 years ago so can't remember which kit it is but I will put up photo's as soon as I put my HID's in-either tomorrow morning or sat-send me a reminder...........
    A lot of people have found it quite difficult....
     
     

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    Had my ccfl and hid fitted by M style.....top mate

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    I got mine off Ebay, I think they're made by Eclipse. Still working fine so far, had them in 6 months or so. Good quality and helpful instructions for fitting them.

    I made a How-To here - http://www.bimmerforums.co.uk/forum/...el-eyes-t9555/
     
     

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    sweet cheers for the advice guys, another thing i was wondering, is it seems some set you buy with the indicator and light as all one unit and some where they are separate, any advantages/disadvantages to this or is it purely cosmetic differences??
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by twiggo View Post
    sweet cheers for the advice guys, another thing i was wondering, is it seems some set you buy with the indicator and light as all one unit and some where they are separate, any advantages/disadvantages to this or is it purely cosmetic differences??
    I prefer the look of seperate indicators myself, and a possible advantage is if your indicator lense somehow cracks you dont have to buy the whole unit.
     
     

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