Well I was bored with my headlights last night, and today i had an extra 50 bones lying around so i said.. Autozone here i come!
Had the autozone girl check up and found that my '95 e36 has size 9006 low beams. then i pondered between the CoolBlues and the SilverStar, small price difference, same quality/company. I heard the CoolBlues were basically white lights, and not as bright as the SilverStars
so i dropped 40 bucks to get 2 headlights, and rushed home to install. Very easy DIY, i didnt even need the owners manual, just reach down, turn the old lights counter clockwise and pull them out. Disconnect the power cord and attach your brand new lights, then just put back in and lock it in place
For your enjoyment i took some before and after photos. enjoy
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95' BMW 325is Jet Black, 5 speed
Xtec 6000k HID kit, DDE Enhanced, Euro Ellipsoids, M3 Front Bumper, Color-matched rear,
Alpine Mp3/CD, 20% tint, M3 Contour Rims, Smoked Corners, front lip
Clear Side markers, K&N Performance Filter, Debaffle, Color-matched side skirts</span>
Originally posted by Slvr e39@Sep 11 2004, 08:54 PM I went to Kragons the other day for some reason and I saw Silver Stars that looked a little bit more blue (SILVER STARS NOT COOLBLUE) Have they changed?
i don't think they have changed, are you sure they weren't cool blue
WTF ok now i dont get it...everyone i knew that did a before and after with those HATED them...i know i did...it didnt do shit...i had to upgrade again to some 100W Piaa Titanium white bulbs till i noticed a difference...guess it all depends on the type of light housing you have...im sure that E36's housing are better than E30 H4 Conversion housing......damn you haha but that that it worked out good! looks nice...
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1995 BMW 540i/6: The Calypso Beast Vid 0-70ish 1987 BMW 325es: Face & Butt Lifted/M50tu Swapped*Sold* 1985 VW Scirocco: Too many mods, money pit*Sold* E34 Plate Filler Wanted!
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