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      03-16-2009, 12:42 PM   #1
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Lightbulb Lights Conversion from Halogen to HID

I'm new to the BMW world and started with a 2009 328i with the premium package. Originally wanted the Xenon lights but was not available for the model in stock. Of course I was already in love with the car so I took it anyway. I was looking for a conversion kit and came across the Rikensport 993FX. I'm concerned because this item does not include the 2009 model in its crossreference tables. I would like to know if soemone has had a previous experience with this kit and if the installation is trully a plug and play.
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I'm new to the BMW world and started with a 2009 328i with the premium package. Originally wanted the Xenon lights but was not available for the model in stock. Of course I was already in love with the car so I took it anyway. I was looking for a conversion kit and came across the Rikensport 993FX. I'm concerned because this item does not include the 2009 model in its crossreference tables. I would like to know if soemone has had a previous experience with this kit and if the installation is trully a plug and play.

Looking at tha website on the specific product seems that will fix. This model looks like some kind of universal because can fit other BMW like the new M3. To be honest this is the first time that really seen it.
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I'm new to the BMW world and started with a 2009 328i with the premium package. Originally wanted the Xenon lights but was not available for the model in stock. Of course I was already in love with the car so I took it anyway. I was looking for a conversion kit and came across the Rikensport 993FX. I'm concerned because this item does not include the 2009 model in its crossreference tables. I would like to know if soemone has had a previous experience with this kit and if the installation is trully a plug and play.
I got my HID kit from Retro-Solutions, LLC. As a matter of fact I got 2 kits, a 6,500K for my S4 and a 4,500K for my A4. Great company and product, fast shipping, they stand behind their kits 100%. E-mail or talk to Todd Strong for more info:

http://www.retro-solutions.com/

Get the 55W DIGITAL HID kit and add a few $ for LIFETIME WARRANTY, you will not regret it

My advice to you is to get a pair of HID headlights (so you can get the projector lamps) and then buy the true HID kit with the D2S bulbs. There must be quite a few HID headlights for E-90 BMW's on E-bay or recyclers (junkyards).
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