that looks real good B) , where and for how much did you get them???
they need to make HID kits or bulbs that don't look cheap for foglights. I'm sure they are available, but they need to be made more readily available.
__________________ 1996 318i
5 Speed Manual
Alpine CDA-7895 Head Unit
12" Alpine Type-R, sealed box
Pioneer 400w amp for $20 at a yard sale (to replace my fried MRV-1507)
Infinity Kappa 4" 2-way speakers(rear)
Infinity Kappa 5.25" component speakers(front)
Debaffled airbox, K&N filter
Tracked Mud on carpets
Shampooed and cleaned carpets
They do not come reccomended. Its been 5 months since my first dealings with them and I got the right ones yesterday. I orginally ordered H1 since thats what my housing says, but the bulbs are really H7.
So returned my H1 overnight hoping to get my kit back as fast as possible. It took me a week just to get someone on the phone just to get an RMA. They never responded to a single email. So the saga continued for months and I finally got it. Its a completly different kit than I ordered, but its Hella, so I won;t complain. $400 was my original cost.
__________________ <span style='color:gray'><span style='font-family:Courier'>1995 e36 3 Series RIP
1999 e46 3 Series BURN IN HELL
2000 MR-S Roadster= Current</span></span>
Get silverstar fog light bulbs. As soon as mine burn out I'll replace them with those. My headlights are silverstars and they look very smiliar to the color of the HIDs but don't have the cool reflector rings.
__________________ Kevin (President TBEA)
"WAAAAAAARRRRRIORS, come out to plaaaaay."
Go for sirius, not XM. Sirius has spent a lot of money on getting exclusive programming. They paid 255 million for the NFL exclusiveness. SHIT. Check their stock out and you will see at the time sirius goes up, XM drops down.
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