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Old 08-12-2003, 02:27 PM   #1
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Bulb size

What up fellas. I was just wondering what size bulbs are used in 3 series HIDs. IMO BMW has the best HID kits of any OEM setups. I love the width of the beam and the light distribution.

I'm doing a HID conversion for my Accord cuz the H1s in my projectors are shitty (as with most projectors). My H1 HID kit is on the way, but I was thinking about toying with the bulb size to see if I could fit a larger bulb in the housing. My first thought was to get the bulbs from a 3 series kit at the junkyard. Is this even possible or am I in over my head. Keep in mind that I am no master electrician and would probably electricute myself just by holding a paper clip and a battery.
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