Feb 28, 2010
the ones i have are pretty weak and want to match the 4300k
I'm running PIAA LED sidelight bulbs in conjunction with 4300k Xenons and have to say the PIAA bulbs are excellent, with a good colour.
I did have some crappy cheap LED bulbs in there that would each last about 2 days before they blew but the PIAA ones have been in there for about 2 months now......
PIAA do several types of LED W501 bulb, all at different prices, mine were about £12 the pair IIRC .
find them at that price seems a good deal
They were bought via Ebay; the seller was Performance Bulbs up Nottingham way (I think) , for the money paid they are great.
told you PIAA
yeah but 2 different prices £12 and £20 odd squid for the ones you recommend mark
how about these? http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/PIAA-H-407E-H...arts_Vehicles_CarParts_SM?hash=item48386f2c32
My bad about the £12 bit, memory playing tricks; those are the ones I bought.....very quick delivery from that seller and great bulbs IMHO..............
these are what i have in my 99 s4 dont know if same fitment as yours but very good value and compliment the 4300k very well hth
Thanks for the link man I was looking for these lights all over the place do know where I can get the number plate LED rear lights?
is yours a facelift? are these street legal as i have an MOT coming up
yes passed the mot with these on ok no probs and yes it is a facelift
hi nez i used these for the number plate lights only a couple of quid worth buying a few as spares and only took about a week to arrive
hope this helps
Bought mine last night now how to fit them ......as I can't get access to the rear of one of the lamp units
you need to undo the three torx screws on the headlight and then the light comes forward a bit more and you can get at them that way
Thanks alot man just order 2 set
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