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    angel eye fitting

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    i own a astra 1.8 coupe 2001... are these angel eyes really going to be a direct placement.. out with the old and in with the new or will i hav eto modifiy sumthing?

    the angel eyes i want are below

    http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/VAUXHALL-ASTRA...QQcmdZViewItem

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    straight swap, will have to take the bumper off to fit however, but theres a how 2 on the site, you may also want to consider hids as well? as the light output is crap without them
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    if you replace your lights dont forget to get them aligned or you will have people flashing you coz your blinding them

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    cheers

    cheer..i take it HIDS are bulbs? expensive?

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    i have got these lights on my astra and they look fantastic, i didnt bother taking the whole bumper off i took a few fixings off and bent it out, i find for me the light output on these are fine as i dont really go down dark lanes very often.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jayjaycm View Post
    cheer..i take it HIDS are bulbs? expensive?
    theres some going on ebay for about 70quid all in, but i dont know what the qualitys like, ive always got mine from the group buys one here, if you do get some, make sure you select the correct bulb size, have a look for posts one here about hids, its by far the best upgrade ive done on mine! wont be dissapointed
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    Theres shed loads of HID kits on the market these days - best Ive seen them for is approx £60. Quality aint really an issue as most if not all of these budget priced kits are much of a muchness.

    Just choose a good seller with good feedback and a decent warranty. 1 or 2yrs.

    First of all - concentrate on getting the lights fitted then consider an upgrade to Xenons (HIDs)

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