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RD
12-29-1998, 09:18 AM
When ordering an M3, you cannot upgrade the stock headlights with xenon lights. Does anyone know where I can get xenon lights for a '99 M3?

Steve
12-29-1998, 09:36 AM
<i>: When ordering an M3, you cannot upgrade the stock headlights with xenon lights. Does anyone know where I can get xenon lights for a '99 M3?<p></i>

Preston
12-29-1998, 09:51 AM
<i>: When ordering an M3, you cannot upgrade the stock headlights with xenon lights. Does anyone know where I can get xenon lights for a '99 M3?<p></i>

Bobby
12-29-1998, 10:12 AM
There is a place in Long Island, NY that does this conversion. I don't remember the name of the place but I saw it in the back of some performance mag. It costs about $1000 for the conversion.<p>-Bobby<br>'98 M3/2

Jimmy
12-31-1998, 05:00 AM
I just order my Xenon lights from All Cars Inc. Since BMW don't make them for the E36 3-series:( I did alot of research on the Xenon lights for my '98 M3. So far I found 3 places that can retrofit Xenon lights in to our car.(In US that is) I Personally recommand All Car's Inc. They were the first one that custom made Xenon lights for E36 BMW's. (they also custom made Xenon lights for Ferrari, Lamborghini, Audi and other european cars) Although E36 Xenons are very expensive around $2500 when it first released in July.(call to get the latest pricing) But their Headlight Quality is just as good as Original BMW equipment (At least that's what I was told). Spoke to Dario Trentini back in July. I was very suprised when I heard he can custom made Xenon lights for E36. He seems very knowledge about this Xenon lights, you can ask him anything about Xenon lights. How they work, supplier of the bulb, transformer and etc. In fact he specialize in Xenon lights only. I was told they would use the same type of Xenon lights BMW use and these lights are manufactured and assembled in Germany. They also Re-test again before shipping them to their customer. Their phone # can also be found on Car and Driver Magazine. There web site is kinda week so get the phone # and give them a call. http://www.allcarsinc.com<p>There's two other place that retro fit them in the US and there price is alot cheaper around $1000 but don't know about there quality and Xenon lights. One thing for sure they use a one size fit's all Xenon lights and they custom fit them into most cars. Not sure where there Xenon lights are made but they do the custom fitting here in the US.<p>http://www.xenonlights.com/<br>http://www.eliteone.com/hid.htm<br>


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