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Old 07-22-2006, 12:56 PM   #1 (permalink)
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is there anything wrong with these?

ok these were on the for sale forum i am trying ot buy em, i reposted bc u have to register to see the images, ok he said the yellow thing is an h1 bulb that he put in, is that bad for the headlights, can i change it? need some feedback plz thanks











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Old 07-22-2006, 06:26 PM   #2 (permalink)
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they look fine to me, h1 bulbs are the ones you use with a euro lens
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H1's the highbeams?

Are the HID's in the high beams? or low beams? It looks like just the highbeams are HIDs from the pics. He has regular H1's in the low beams? Either way you can buy another pair of HIDs for the other lights if you want.







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is this a joke

the hids are in the low beams

wtf is this thread for again?

and no h1's aren't bad for the headlight, that's the kind of bulb it uses

what does yellow thing mean?
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Or he can get a HID bulb adapter and transfer the existing HID kit into the lowbeams and purchase new bulbs for high beams.

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Are the HID's in the high beams? or low beams? It looks like just the highbeams are HIDs from the pics. He has regular H1's in the low beams? Either way you can buy another pair of HIDs for the other lights if you want.







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Old 07-23-2006, 12:00 AM   #6 (permalink)
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are these the ones on bimmer forums?? i would snag these up if i didnt just buy some haha but yeah they are a snag and look to be in great shape... gopher then dude...
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can someone tell me if this is a good deal, its 1 year old the guy says, he says i have to buy the connectors for it thats it, how do i switch the yellow bulb back?
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the yellow bulb is the driving light. it most definitely is not an H1. you can take that bulb right out of there. it will not hurt anything to be in there. i believe that this bulb came with the housing. you can change it if you want. it is a very simple non-halogen 2 pin light. it just illuminates the high beam side when the lows are on. i highly doubt that you will get any usable light from it. as for the HIDS, Phillips ballasts are stock for a ton of OEM HIDS systems out there. does the angel eyes work in these? the only thing that these headlight have some serious abuse if he says that they are a year old. mine are two years old and they look brand new still and i live upstate NY. couple of other ?'s...do these have a moisture problem because he had to crack the lenses off to put the angel eyes in?...do the angel eyes work? do the ballasts work for the HIDS? why is there a set of angel eyes separate? i think that there could be too many things wrong with these being used...how much is this setup. i would probably pay 300-350 max because of the amount of things that could be wrong with them.
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thanks a lot polaris i think u may be right, this looks a bit fishy
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