New E82/E88 Blacklines

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Re: New E82/E88 Blacklines

Postby Ben GT » Tue Aug 06, 2013 1:34 pm

TheRuss wrote:Just make sure you get the "HIGH" version and don't let them sell you any wiring or modules. They will tell you that you'll need that to fit them, but you don't.

Kev at Cotswolds is a good person to get them from, and he's a site sponsor.


I've contacted him via several methods! I'll get a response soon I hope!!

Thanks again :D
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Re: New E82/E88 Blacklines

Postby Ben GT » Fri Aug 09, 2013 1:47 pm

Still no response Re: Black Lines.

Can someone advise me what Kev normally charges so I can get another dealer to try and match?

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Re: New E82/E88 Blacklines

Postby redwizard » Fri Aug 09, 2013 3:14 pm

Should be just under £200 for the pair.
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Re: New E82/E88 Blacklines

Postby Ben GT » Fri Aug 09, 2013 3:27 pm

redwizard wrote:Should be just under £200 for the pair.


For xenon ones?
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Re: New E82/E88 Blacklines

Postby TheRuss » Fri Aug 09, 2013 8:20 pm

If it's coupe black lines then I think they're around £230 now.

You definitely won't get them under £200 new for the LED ones.
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Re: New E82/E88 Blacklines

Postby redwizard » Fri Aug 09, 2013 8:44 pm

TheRuss wrote:If it's coupe black lines then I think they're around £230 now.

You definitely won't get them under £200 new for the LED ones.
Yes, sorry - I think the hatchback versions are cheaper though.
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Re: New E82/E88 Blacklines

Postby glenn09 » Sat Aug 10, 2013 11:16 pm

Will hopefully be ordering some for my coupe next week, gives a better look imo. I just hope they work :oops:
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Re: New E82/E88 Blacklines

Postby TheRuss » Sun Aug 11, 2013 12:52 pm

TBH, I always thought the standard coupe rear lights looks nice, especially at night when lit. But yeah, the LCI Darklines look even better and are so easy to swap over, so I just had to do it.

FYI, be extra extra careful not to drop the bolts when you're removing them to fit the lights. It can be a right pain in the arse to find them again - as I found out!

It's so easy to drop them as well. After swearing that I wouldn't drop another bolt I still managed to drop another one or two of them, whilst trying my best not to. A rod with a magnet on the end would be a good investment. :wink: :lol:
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Re: New E82/E88 Blacklines

Postby Rehy.11 » Tue Apr 19, 2016 6:50 pm

Hi all!

I have E82 123d. It's one of first models -> 8/2007. I would really like to get those LED blacklines. Will it be plug and play even for my car? I do have xenon lights and almost all possible equipment including sat nav and so on.

Thanks for each response :)

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Re: New E82/E88 Blacklines

Postby monkyken » Wed Apr 20, 2016 1:02 pm

Rehy.11 wrote:Hi all!

I have E82 123d. It's one of first models -> 8/2007. I would really like to get those LED blacklines. Will it be plug and play even for my car? I do have xenon lights and almost all possible equipment including sat nav and so on.

Thanks for each response :)

Put your reg in the post below and they will quote you the correct darkline lights for your car so it can be plug and play.
viewtopic.php?f=49&t=66556
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Re: New E82/E88 Blacklines

Postby V8 PTE » Sat Aug 13, 2016 1:42 pm

HELP!!!!!!! :? :?
I've got a 2008 123d coupe and want to fit dome new rear lights but I'm confused and need some help. The ones I want are the LCI CELIS strip ones but I'm not sure if:
1.Where to buy/cost??
2.If I need wiring harness??
3.If I need coding??

I'm sure someone can give me a diffinative answer as the more I read the more confused I'm getting!!!

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New E82/E88 Blacklines

Postby Twenny » Sat Aug 13, 2016 7:11 pm

If you currently have the 3 strip LED rear lights then darklines from Cotswolds will be around £230 delivered. No harness, coding or module required. Plug and play.

However, you say LCI celis strip which are not darklines and are poop.

Darklines from Cotswolds is the way forward.


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Re: New E82/E88 Blacklines

Postby V8 PTE » Wed Dec 07, 2016 8:52 pm

How can I order some Darklines for my 123d coupe. I've heard Cotswold do them!?
Can someone help n tell me the cost n who to contact to order.

Thanks

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Re: New E82/E88 Blacklines

Postby Twenny » Thu Dec 08, 2016 12:00 am

Search forum sponsors Cotswolds on here bud or alternatively call this number - 01452 872666 and tell them Twenny sent you.

Actually probably best you don't mention my name lol

Approx £230 delivered


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Re: New E82/E88 Blacklines

Postby oliver » Thu Dec 08, 2016 4:19 pm

Twenny wrote:Actually probably best you don't mention my name lol


yeah I've heard you're a bit of a c*nt :wink:
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