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Opinions on this HID Kit please guys

Discussion in 'Audi S4/A4/A4 Cab (B7 Chassis)' started by Dougie'76, Aug 19, 2012.

  1. Dougie'76
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    Just take the 'error canceller' bit with a large pinch of salt. From experience you will most likely end up getting bulb blown warnings on your DIS and will require transistors. In the end i gave up on my 55w HID kit (cost £170!!) and ended up stripping it out and getting OEM bi-xenons installed. Bloody expensive tho :(
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    Ditch the HID and buy some high quality halogen bulbs such as OSRAM Nightbreakers or Philips X-Treme Vision.

    You'll do nothing but blind people with your non-levelling HID.

    If you want HID, go OEM xenon and get the self levellers and headlight washed jets installed.

    Just my opinion, of course :)
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    They are dumping because they are illegal to sell. The EU law changed this year and companies can be prosecuted for just advertising them.

    I would avoid.

    A:)
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    Thanks for the views guys!

    So out of the OSRAM Nightbreakers and the Philips X-Treme Vision bulbs, which would you recommend more, both for vision and looks?
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    The best bulbs I have tried are the ring xenon ultima - slightly yellow, but give better vision than the others.

    I found the Phillips to not be worth the extra cost.
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