hey man i was going to buy some LED from you anyway, do you want to just add them to the order when i mail out the money order?I might have to get some of those LED ones.
Anyone want blue? For free? I got some a long time ago just for the heck of it and now they're sitting here....
how would i install those things? do they work just like the low beam headlamp bulbs?If you want really bright and noticable try the's fully regulated 194led bulbs. They have 4 wide angle luxion leds facing forward. They are very bright and will not burn out from too much current and heat.:3_coool: :3_winkthu
Yeah they look crazy but they are 194 bulbs ment to fit in 194 sockets. I have the white ones for license plate bulbs and I have clear interior door light lenses with white behind them to. I can't even explain how bright they are. these are some of the few led bulbs Ive been able to put in "always" on sockets without them burning out because they're current regulated. They are somtimes hard to get into the sockets because the base of the led bulb is kinda thick but they'll go in. I highly recomend them. www.autolumination.com has some really cool led bulbs that are starting to come out. Just get fully regulated with cooling features and you'll be good to go. Hope that helped.:3_winkthuhow would i install those things? do they work just like the low beam headlamp bulbs?
ok but it is a six speed and im pretty sure they stay on with headlights to. i understand that they are not headlights. it doesn't matter either way tho i think im going to buy some to put in there so they are blue. then they will match the headlightsthere is no need for them tho there just parking lights they not headlights so no need to be bright
i got blue 1's but there not bright just shine blue there only going to be on when ur in park.