[V6-12v] rear suspension options ..
thecyberpoet at cyberpoet.net
Mon Mar 28 23:15:21 EST 2005
There's a firm out of California that sells an aftermarket (Asian-made)
Euro headlight assembly for the Audi 91 - 94 100/200/200Turbo fairly
cheap (I think it was $130 a side)... I had a set, worked well. Stock
On Monday, March 28, 2005, at 10:40 PM, Kent McLean wrote:
> Tom Christiansen wrote:
>> What's the deal with Euro headlights? Are they brighter than the US
> The US DOT headlights on the Type 44 (mid-80s to 91 100/200)
> are worse than flashlights. The Euro (e-code) headlights
> have a glass lens and different cut-off pattern (flat on the
> left, rising on the right) that makes them 10 times better.
> Relay them and put in higher wattage bulbs and they can't be
> beat. I think age also fogs the US plastic lens and further
> diminishes the output. The e-code lights are expensive with
> a capital E ($750+ new), but I think are worth it.
> On the C4 body (1992+ 100), the US DOT headlights aren't as
> bad as the Type 44, but the Euros, AFAIK, are still better.
> Search the archives for all the details.
> Kent McLean
> '94 100 S Avant, "Moody"
> '89 200 TQ, "Bad Puppy" up in smoke
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