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Old 01-06-2004, 08:11 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I've seen a few horror stories about low quality angel eyes. I was just wondering if anyone has purchased the full headlight assemblies from turner motorsport. They have HID low beams in euro ellipsoids surrounded by supposedly super-bright halos. They are made by hella, so i figure they will be high quality. I'm just wondering if anyone has these or knows anything about them. They look hot. I just dont want to spend 1300 on redoing my headlights if these assemblies suck for some reason. Thanks!
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I missed up buying from depo, eyes are no good but housing is oaky retro fitted X5 projectors with D2R HID very nice total cost $500 the depo lights with out eyes are $170 +$30 shipped from Tiwan I got the ones with eyes $260+$30 X5 projectors was free they are bigger then any projectors any who hella lights got small eyes and the housing is chrome looks like an Audi.
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I purchased a bohmen HID kit just yesterday. After researching aftermarket kits, I decided they were the best brand to use and are TUV certified. $400 shipped from proxenon.com. I expect delivery by monday (hopefully sooner) and will have installed pics and how-to a few days after.

our sponsor sells ellipsoids for around 250 i think, then throw in the said HID kit and you're only at 650 instead of 1300.
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aye, but see, i'm a greedy bastard. I want euro ellipsoids, HIDs, AND angel eyes. and i'd prefer them in a kit that i don't have to retrofit (i'm not afraid, i've done it before, I just like the clean look of an oem fitment... something that hella promises.) I'll keep that in mind though. Hell... if it comes down to it, i'll make my own.
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I purchased a bohmen HID kit just yesterday. After researching aftermarket kits, I decided they were the best brand to use and are TUV certified. $400 shipped from proxenon.com. I expect delivery by monday (hopefully sooner) and will have installed pics and how-to a few days after.

our sponsor sells ellipsoids for around 250 i think, then throw in the said HID kit and you're only at 650 instead of 1300.
What da hak did you get for $400??? 2Ballasts and 2bulbs??? maybe rebased bulbs??? that's alot of doe bro.
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ballast, igniters, wiring, and h1 bulbs (plug and play, no mounting other projectors). kit is TUV and DOT approved (but not for retrofit) Bulbs are not rebased, but in-house D2 bulbs on laser cut base. 100% OEM alignment so no mismatched beam patterns like most rebased bulbs.
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