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Greetings from a new member,

Does anyone have any suggestions or comments regarding "Angle Eyes" for a 2003 330ci. I would like to gain the same or similar apperance (not bright blue) of the OEM lights on the 5 series.

Thanks,

Rob
 

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We carry the Predator Chromiums in 3000k and 4300k (to match OEM xenons) which give off the OEM look.

Here is the product page. Make sure to select the correct color temperature, either 3000k or 4300k if you want the OEM look. 3000k is more of a halogen color whereas the 4300k will perfectly match your OEM xenons.

http://jlevistreetwerks.com/store/p...d=183&osCsid=dc1198f6b8c110413ca4b39f63e20c44

Here is an idea of the color spectrum we offer:

From left to right, 8000k, 3000k, 4300k, 6000k (standard color)

 

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I'm thinking to get one myself for my 325xi. I've the bi-xenon headlight, however, it seems not bright enough. Is the factory bi-xenon is 4300k? If I ordered the angel eyes, should I upgrade to 6000k?
 

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We carry the Predator Chromiums in 3000k and 4300k (to match OEM xenons) which give off the OEM look.

Here is the product page. Make sure to select the correct color temperature, either 3000k or 4300k if you want the OEM look. 3000k is more of a halogen color whereas the 4300k will perfectly match your OEM xenons.

http://jlevistreetwerks.com/store/p...d=183&osCsid=dc1198f6b8c110413ca4b39f63e20c44

Here is an idea of the color spectrum we offer:

From left to right, 8000k, 3000k, 4300k, 6000k (standard color)

I think in your picture, the 8000k and 3000k are switched.:p
 
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