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    Pictures in the dark, as requested:

    The 1st is with just the new blue/white sidelight bulbs in, the 2nd is with the HIDs as well, which they match very nicely.

    Definatly worth it in my opinion for £4 with P&P.. They are just what I wanted, and you get to keep the OEM ones as spares..
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    that looks good im going to order some too
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    I'm ready to buy some of these HIDs now so have just read through the thread again - just to be sure I have a 2003 E46 - do I need the bulb adaptors as well as the HID kit or just the HID kit as some said about not needing them as they had a 52 plate facelift model.

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    Quote Originally Posted by craigledden View Post
    you'll need h7r

    looky

    http://www.car-mod-shop.co.uk/h7r-hi...mps-p-990.html

    youll need these too

    http://www.car-mod-shop.co.uk/bmw-e4...ers-p-216.html

    also i think mine are auto adjust cus when i turn them on the beam is down and then they rise up
    Did you get the premium Can-Bus ones or standard?

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    premium can-bus m8
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    Quote Originally Posted by craigledden View Post
    premium can-bus m8
    Cheers - going to get some when I get some time off to fit them.

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    looking at your ebay links earlier on it the thread the geezer sells them and then lists some for the E46 that are more expensive - is it the same kit or does it have specific adaptors or something?

    Should I just buy the generic ones and the E46 bulb holders?

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    All aftermaket HID kits will use THESE H7 holders fzbucks...but I have come across some people who have modified their current haolgen ones with a dremel.
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by NealP View Post
    All aftermaket HID kits will use THESE H7 holders fzbucks...but I have come across some people who have modified their current haolgen ones with a dremel.
    I was just wondering what the difference apart from the price was between the e46 hid kits and the hid kits the same person is selling on ebay - from reading the adverts his e46 specific kits don't contain anything different.

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    They are commonly generic fzbucks, and mostly come from the Far East.
     
     

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