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Anyone bought these bi-xenon headlights from audiled

Discussion in 'A3/S3/Sportback (8P Chassis)' started by SpeedR, Apr 30, 2011.

  1. SpeedR

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    I called the guy that fits them here in the uk, as it says in the ad its a6 drl's fitted into bi-xenon headlights. the guy says that no extra coding is required and it can be done as simple as grounding the drl but that sounds off... how do bi-xenons work on a halogen setup?
    In the end i decided against it at that price and am going down the route of factory bi-xenon with a drl strip down by the fog lights :ninja:
     
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    if thats your flavour then yeah but imo they look :wtf: would you do that for
     
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    Nice idea and better than the a3 facelift style LED DRL's, but it just doesn't look right.

    Good attempt though :icon_thumright:
     
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    Actually, I like that more than the 8P3 style. Looks good.

    edit: Crikey, just saw the price.
     
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    That looks gash. It looks like all the lights are crammed into a light unit that's too small.
     
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    thanks for the response, guys!

    Seems like they had to cut the bi-xenon main beam housing, to fit in the A6 LED strip.

    As pointed out by itwasntme187, how does the bi-xenon work without coding and extra cabling....back to the drawing board!
     
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    They look bodged
     
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    paddy Audi=No fault code, no idea

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    I was under the impression that these had to be self leveling ?
     

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