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RE: Audi Love and Euro Lights

IMHO, it's not as much a question of whether or not it's necessary as
whether you *feel* it's worthwhile and necessary. If you no longer feel
like you're outdriving your lights, you're probably OK. Of course, some
people would argue that there's no such thing as too much light :-)

So do you now have the H4/H3 + city light setup? What exactly does the
city light do and what bulb fits in it? I'm expecting my light
assemblies tomorrow sometime, so I'll get into installing them tomorrow
night or over the weekend.

Did you do the installation yourself? Anything in particular that I
should look for (that's not already been mentioned on the list)?

- peter henriksen, peterhe@microsoft.com, issaquah, wa
  91 200qw
  94 acura legend gs
  80 mazda 626

>From: 	mbenno@mail.MR.Net[SMTP:mbenno@mail.MR.Net]
>Sent: 	Wednesday, June 05, 1996 1:27 PM
>To: 	quattro@coimbra.ans.net
>Subject: 	Audi Love and Euro Lights
>Two things:
>We just returned back from a trip to the Western Slopes of CO. Saw a
>few Audis including a 
>slightly faded Mars Red UrQ in downtown Brekenridge. It had the cookie
>cutter style wheels 
>(Fuches?) and some sort of wing on the upper section of the rear
>window. The car was very clean 
>and looked like it was setup for daily driving. Very cool car. BTW: I
>love to drive my car in the 
>mountain roads (1990 90Q-20V). We may have a new record here, we drove
>from Brekenridge to MPLS in 
>On another note, I have installed Euro H4 headlight assemblies. The
>stock bulbs are 55/65W. The 
>lighting is much better. But I am wondering if I should upgrade the
>bulbs to higher watts (80/100). 
>I assume the will need to be some modifications (relays, etc). Is the
>upgrade unnecessary with the 
>better lenses? 
>Any help is appreciated.
>   Sent by: Michael Benno
>     Phone: (612) 591-0009
>         Fax: (612) 591-0029
>     E-mail: mbenno@.mr.net
>       Date: 12/27/95
>       Time: 12:44:57