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      01-30-2013, 12:45 PM   #1
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Euro Lci upgrade vs. Us Lci upgrade

I was looking to upgrade my taillights to the Lci lights but was wondering what the difference between the Euro kit and the US kits were.
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The Euro have the orange signal.
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I was looking to upgrade my taillights to the Lci lights but was wondering what the difference between the Euro kit and the US kits were.
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Both look exactly the same when off, only the Euro version will have an amber turn signal instead of red.

We have both in stock.
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what do you have to do to make these work after they are installed on a 08-10 M3?
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Just get them coded by ACM after the install and you are good to go !
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Thats what I thought. I went to them for my ACM exhaust mod. Not to thread jack but how much do you think that would cost?
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I paid $45 at an independent shop to code my lights.
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We include the coding with installation, its win-win.
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