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      12-15-2006, 12:09 PM   #89
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I think purple would look awesome--but only if you could get the Xenons to match. Until then....white will look better than yellow--especially at night!
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correct... they are no as visible as yellow... but they are visible by eyes.. its harder to capture it on film with my limited knowledge of camera.

now.. the Mtec bulb is the one i uses.. no problem at all... Use 35w.. produce 65w.. thats how they advertise it. COsmo blue might be more visible then super white.. I read somewhere that they are really bluish... so don't know if you going to get in trouble for that... Pass certain point on the chart.. it will become ... white..blue.. kinda purple.. bhe dimmer it gets...

I am going to experiment with a 8500K H8 bulb.. (waiting for it to arrive)

hey SHIN, u think H11 HID will be okay for the fog light???

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      12-15-2006, 01:04 PM   #91
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Wouldn't H11 run too hot? I thought it had a different wattage. Am I wrong?
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Wouldn't H11 run too hot? I thought it had a different wattage. Am I wrong?
Afaik H11 != H8, I highly doubt it will work.
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      12-15-2006, 05:48 PM   #94
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H11 is a no no.. 20 watt over bmw h8 which is 35w. Definitely will give u an error on the dashboard.. unless u don't mind seeing it...
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      12-15-2006, 05:58 PM   #95
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H11 is a no no.. 20 watt over bmw h8 which is 35w. Definitely will give u an error on the dashboard.. unless u don't mind seeing it...
This is what I thought--the error would be a big pain in the butt--thanks for clarifying Shinchan.

BTW--any update on the 3rd mod you were doing that was "light" related? I am curious to see what you have cooked up.
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is that any H8 HID kit out there??? high quality one not those cheap ones!!
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      12-15-2006, 11:14 PM   #97
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great thread!

I got lucky and found a local on Ebay selling H8, 25 minutes from my place, cheap price too!! will try to pick some up and snap some pics once done,

http://cgi.ebay.ca/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?...MakeTrack=true

doh, I just saw, "no pick ups"...

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      12-16-2006, 02:31 AM   #98
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how about this HID kit on ebay guys???

http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/Phili...QQcmdZViewItem

hight quality...pretty expensive though~~
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      12-16-2006, 09:22 AM   #99
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thats a great brand.... you can get the Mtech also which is pretty good for just abit cheaper
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anyone has put a HID fog light with no error message on a e92???

i really want to have HID on my fog light, but i dont want any error message!!

thanks guys!!
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      12-17-2006, 01:45 PM   #101
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anyone has put a HID fog light with no error message on a e92???
i really want to have HID on my fog light, but i dont want any error message!!
thanks guys!!
HID fogs defeats the purpose of fogs and will probably get oncoming drivers really pissed if you keep them on all the time.
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but it looks cool though .....

i have it on my accord...i love it
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      12-17-2006, 03:32 PM   #103
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I think Shinchan was only able to use an H8 on the fog lights--if you use a bright white, it would probably look pretty close to HID, and as others have mentioned, not piss off others in oncoming traffic.
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That look great, too bad the innner ring is lighter then the outer.
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I want to do the hid fog.. but thats an expensive mod.. if it did not work and trigger the warning in dashboard.

If it did work.... then thats a small price to pay.. but i would soo tick off by the constant error msg on my dashboard..

If you want to spend money on hid fog... I think the first thing to change is the D1S bulb....
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      12-18-2006, 12:45 PM   #106
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Got the MTEC bulbs to work, and they look great! So excited, thanks for all your help! I'll post pics tonight when it gets dark (not that evident during the day as discussed before).
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Got the MTEC bulbs to work, and they look great! So excited, thanks for all your help! I'll post pics tonight when it gets dark (not that evident during the day as discussed before).
nice please do so... its just a bulb though right? not hids?
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are these real mtec and is this price good?

http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/ws/eB... 4080516&rd=1

i find it abit hard to believe since they are around 400
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these are just regular h8 bulb.. not hid
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GOT my Second Mod installed.. see new thread....
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