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    Does the Angel eyes kit replace using the main headlights bulb that are fitted standard or are they not powerful enough to light up for night time driving?

    Also would you change the front fog lights aswell to match the 6000k look?
     
     

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    They replace the sidelights buddy and up to you on the foglamps

    Your headlights stay the same but hids are much better
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spirit View Post
    They replace the sidelights buddy and up to you on the foglamps

    Your headlights stay the same but hids are much better
    So i would really need a set of angel eyes kit and a set of hid kit. total of around £100.

    and possibly just change the fog light bulbs to match a more brighter white look?

    Will this be abit too powerful with the hid's and dazzle other drivers?
     
     

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    I have a set of CCFL rings for my sidelights, 6k Hids for my driving lights, and 8k for my full beam, cost about £120 for all. but well worth it.

    And you should only use your fogs when its foggy, so you wont be dazzling anyone.
     
     

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    i would wait and see if they are banned for cars with out self levelling lights,unless yours has self levelling lights that is
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by spices10 View Post
    So i would really need a set of angel eyes kit and a set of hid kit. total of around £100.

    and possibly just change the fog light bulbs to match a more briangel eyes around ghter white look?

    Will this be abit too powerful with the hid's and dazzle other drivers?
    Angel eyes around 25 quid
    Hids around 40/50 quid if you want them

    Fogs optional but I have a 3 k hid kit in my fogs but never use them really

    Cheapest option is ccfls and osram nightbreaker headlight bulbs like I had before,very bright and 18 quid off eBay for h1 size
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tobe View Post
    I have a set of CCFL rings for my sidelights, 6k Hids for my driving lights, and 8k for my full beam, cost about £120 for all. but well worth it.

    And you should only use your fogs when its foggy, so you wont be dazzling anyone.
    Still abit confused on the sidelights as angel lights.

    Sidelights am assuming are the outer headlights part. If sidelights are not enough to light the road in the night then what are they good at ?

    Or am i getting it wrong, that the sidelights are the night driving lights and the inner headlight bulbs are for main beams ?
     
     

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