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    Hi there, new to this site as seems full of helpful knowledge.... creep!

    Now then, I recently bought a 5000w Xenon kit for the car (e46, 320iSE, touring) as I really don't like the standard bulbs. The kit was a mare to fit & none of the bulb adaptors they sent were large enough for the bulbs.....GREAT! So that was returned.
    Was after some advice as to whether anyone here has any recommendations for quality kits or solely bulbs cos getting my eyes checked has already been done.

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    hello there i ot my kit from here
    http://www.car-mod-shop.co.uk/h7-pre...-kit-p-38.html
    they will also supply you with the correct bulb holders. they are easy to fit and i obviously reccomend them
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    Quote Originally Posted by craigledden View Post
    hello there i ot my kit from here
    http://www.car-mod-shop.co.uk/h7-pre...-kit-p-38.html
    they will also supply you with the correct bulb holders. they are easy to fit and i obviously reccomend them
    I also got my kit from there, very good service and product.
     
     

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    car mod shop are also on ebay. search for CMS.
    i got 50watt HID from HID direct, ordered yesterday afternoon, and they got here this morning.
    normal conversion kits and factory Xenons are 35watt.
    have you notice that on the newest of cars, the factory Xenons are brighter nowadays?
    on ebay, i've also seen someone selling the XENON projector housing, that goes in your lamp, to make it look like my Factory xenons.

    Without the last item i mentioned, any HID conversion cannot look that good, it just looks like you put 100watt halogen bulbs in your car.
    quick sumone say WORD.
     
     

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    Without the last item i mentioned, any HID conversion cannot look that good, it just looks like you put 100watt halogen bulbs in your car.
    quick sumone say WORD.

    i disagree and will not say WORD!













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