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i found this site through the bmw forums (dtmpower.net and bimmerforums.com) those guys buy and sell HIDs like its their job. http://www.misterjung.com these kits look quality, have a whole range of color temps (i think 4700k (white) - 8000k (purplish)), and the kits are not that expensive ($380 for one kit compared to a $600 philips kit) and he does group purchases. i am just checking around to see how much interest there is in a GP for these kits.
 

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yes this is a true HID kit, you would not necessarily need the lenses. the lenses just focus the beam in a straight line. i believe with our light housings it will be spread apart, but will still look 100x better than stock or "upgraded" bulbs.
 

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do you know if any projector lenses are coming out for us? I know they have the 96-98 sytle projector lenses, but I can't find the 99-up sytle.
 

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Just watching for now:cool:
How low will the price drop w/ a GP?

Darren
 

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Several guys in my car club have HID lights installed. They say (in retrospect) that they'd have bought GE Silverstars at $20 each, ($10.00 rebate if you buy a pair...) and banked the rest of the money.
 

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actually, that price is pretty good. I have 3 friends with honda S2000's and the first time I asked them about it they said it could be close to $1000
 

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when i bought HIDs for my M3, i bought a Philips kit. it was $650, so these are considerably cheaper. and that's not including my Ellipsoids (European M3 Headlights with lense for HID)
 

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(Sorry, that's Sylvania Silverstars, not GE.)
 
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