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      08-01-2012, 12:29 PM   #1
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New! H8/h11 Canbus Hid Fog Light Upgrade Kit For Bmw




Now Available for Only - 129.00

http://www.n54tuning.com/index.php?_...&productId=113


Increase visibility with this direct plug & play Canbus HID fog light upgrade kit for BMW. Everything you need to brighten up your fog lights with an error canceling canbus device built in. This kit is specifically designed to be a easy plug and play HID upgrade to your OEM BMW fog lights. No cutting, error codes, bulb out warnings. Just bright HID Light! One kit lights both fog lights.

Features:
Bright White Xenon Light vs. Dim Stock Halogen
4x Brighter Than stock halogen bulbs
Canbus error code canceler built in
Consumes 50% less wattage to run
Plug & Play for Easy Installation / Removal
Designed to work with BMWs sensitive electronics
100% Water proof and Dust proof
No Error Codes

Applications:
BMW Vehicles Equipped with H8/H11 Fog lights



Our HID fog light upgrade kit should be used when intense light and/or energy efficiency are desired. HID (High Intensity Discharge) bulbs produce light by means of an electric arc between tungsten electrodes housed inside a transparent fused quartz arc tube. This tube is filled with both xenon gas and metal salts. The gas facilitates the arc's initial strike. Once the arc is started, it heats and evaporates the metal salts forming a plasma, which greatly increases the intensity of light produced by the arc and reduces its power consumption. High-intensity discharge lamps are a type of arc lamp. High-intensity discharge (HID) lamps make more visible light per unit of electric power consumed than fluorescent and incandescent lamps since a greater proportion of their radiation is visible light in contrast to heat.

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      08-06-2012, 05:07 PM   #2
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Bump for a great deal!!

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      08-06-2012, 05:09 PM   #3
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anyone have pics of this kit on their car with either 5000k or 4300k. Thanks
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      08-20-2012, 06:29 PM   #4
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Have this 8000K pic. working on getting more..
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      10-25-2012, 01:21 PM   #6
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Bump for some installed pics!!

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i'm new to BMW's and in the past I've installed HID's in the foglights of other cars that I've owned and overtime they proved to be too hot for the small fog light housings... browned them up a lot...

Are there any overheating issues with these? I typically drive with my fog lights on, and with extended use I'm wondering what impact they will have on the housings and wiring harnesses?
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i'm new to BMW's and in the past I've installed HID's in the foglights of other cars that I've owned and overtime they proved to be too hot for the small fog light housings... browned them up a lot...

Are there any overheating issues with these? I typically drive with my fog lights on, and with extended use I'm wondering what impact they will have on the housings and wiring harnesses?
LEDs run much cooler then normal bulbs so there are no issues...

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I am confused. I thought these were HIDs not LEDs?
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Bump for some great fog lights!!

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What temperature matches OEM xenon headlights?
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The 5000K ones, which also match the LED AE upgrades.

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It fit on the 2010 e92 m3 style front bumper fog light?
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Out of business? Sigh..
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Could I use this kit for my angle eyes?
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