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#1 (permalink) Old 10-31-2009, 07:28 AM
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Hi question about HID kits

I was thinking of doing my fog and my high bean into HID, for my 325ci
Did some researched ,
I heard DDM have a lot of problems.
Recently found out that Euro division HID kit
Wonder any of you guys tried it?

<<< EURO-DIVISION >>> EDX V1 HID Kit in stock now $99 - E46Fanatics

Please let me know
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No review?
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hello? or do u guys have any other recommendation ?
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I don't know where you are from but I believe that most places are the same, it would be illegal to but HIDs in your high beams. Most of the time we don't use our high beams that much, especially if you live in a place with many city streets. Imagine this, people wreck when they get blinded by high beam halogens for even a second sometimes, now put in a different wavelength and possibly brighter light which many people are more sensitive to..it isn't worth the life, at all. A lot of people hate HID low beams because they are more sensitive to the light. My advise, be happy with low beams. Hope this helps.

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Even if you reside in a rural country, you will not need high beam, how often we flip to HB? once in a while if we are in a very dark rural road but not in the city..it will be too bright for other motorist...
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