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    I have heard good words about Philips X-treme Vision + 100%.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dazza316i View Post
    I can
    Are you going to the meet
    If so I'll show you and also with type of bulb
    Do you have as I have a full set of bulbs eb ones you can have if there the right ones been used for about 3 days then my car died and didn't fit compact
    Yeah, hopefully I'll be at the meet and okay will look forward to it. I know the compacts didn't have the projectors that are found on the other e36 variants. Similar to the US versions, they don't have projector in any of their e36 variants. Maybe some kind of regulation in the 90s for US market.

    Quote Originally Posted by hontoir View Post
    I have heard good words about Philips X-treme Vision + 100%.
    Yes, I've check on google images and they look good.


    In the end, I had to get some lights before night fell. So I had to go to Halfrauds, since eBay would take more that 1 day to deliver especially since it's a sunday. I ended up going for the Halfrauds Extreme Brilliance at the 2 for 1 price of £19. I have to say that I was surprised with the light difference from behind the wheel. It's so much better than standard or those blue tinted ebay ones in term of behind the wheel. All road signs and marking are reflected big time and from a further distance, with the majority of the difference seen on the motorway (signs and cat eyes) and country unlit roads. It's like HIDs but without the cool blue tinge, which brings me to the downside of it. It doesn't have that blue or even white tinge that makes your headlights stand out. It's just the normal halogen colour, which is a shame really. My next step is to fit Philips X-treme Vision as recommended by hontoir which seems to have that white/blue tinge as well as having that HID effect like on the new current Halfraud's one. When I get some money, I'll think about adding HIDs if I am disappointed with the Philips X-treme ones.

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