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OEM Xenon Price

Discussion in 'A3/S3/Sportback (8P Chassis)' started by granty578, Apr 8, 2013.

  1. granty578

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    Hi Guys,

    Was just wondering what people generally consider a good price for two OEM Xenon Headlamps, used? With or without ballasts?

    Not looking to sell, just buy and don't want to pay over the odds.

    Thanks,

    James
     
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    I paid £385 with ballasts for OEM single xenon plugged straight it and coded cost £40 to fit and code by local vw audi specialist
     
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    Depends on the version tbh & how much you want them, so which ones you interested in as I have some bixenons & bixenon adaptives for sale.
     
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    These are just single taken off a 2006 A3 which seems appealing as it seems an easy swap, though I do need to find some local to code them.

    PM details for Bi-Xenons though :)
     
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    Bi xenon is harder to do but are better but not much different imo, if ur happy with xenons then go for my ones coding is easy just look on ASN on how to
     
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    Not much different, I disagree, it gives you xenon for dipped & main, its allot better over xenon & halogen, looks better aswell, although that's not my primary reason for having them.
     
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    Nhn is the guy to talk to about xenons, also if you look nhn i wrote that bi xenon are better but i went for easier option that stilllooks way better than the standard halogen lights
     
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    A set without ballasts just went for £193, they would have sold ballasts for £120 so just a smudge over £300. I reckon I'll get some eventually but I decided I spent enough this month...maybe next pay day!
     
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    I picked up my set of bi-xenons for just under £300 complete; had to buy new bulbs though as one was flickering......

    look out for listings which end at strange times or are badly worded. Some people dont know what they are selling half the time lol
     
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    I'll keep a look out but never see anything like that!
     
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    I found an auction which ended at about 3pm so chances were most people were in work (like me) so I was lucky!!!
     

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