They look great if you tint themSheliz300 said:Clear rear sidemarkers look pretty sweet on your car.... don't think they look too great on darker colored cars
Well, I'm not sure about the vehicle codes in your area, but in most of the US it is not legal to have the clear sidemarkers, period. In that case, I'm also not sure about the legality of the red LEDs... They do look pretty sweet at night. I'll take a picture tonight and show you. The brand I have is "Pilot." I'm not sure where you can find them, maybe search online? I was able to get mine locally. I think the red helps to avoid attention by the police more than the standard "clear" or hyper white bulbs a lot of people use in the back...Roswell said:irv_usc, I did look around in my city for those red LED's bulb, but couldn't find any. Do you know any good place I could order them from, but most importantly, are they street legal??
PM'ed you my e-mail address!! Thanks!neiiy69 said:i have the same set up as u..
the front lights try to get ryber yellow they look just like the fogs.....
and in the back get hyper red to mach the back lights... i have that set up and it looks tight if u want pix give me ur email and i will send u a few...
yes. if there is condensation forming on the inside, that's a weather sealing problem. I'm guessing it's really cold over there right now...Roswell said:irv_usc, thanks for the pics... your combination of clears/bulbs look like the one neiiy69 has on his car... look very sweet at night!!
Well, can someone tell me if it's normal that the clear lenses are fogging a lil after turning on the lights?? I did sealed the edges & the sockets of my lenses very well, so I assumed that the "fog" is created by the heat of the bulbs??
Hey Irv... Great job with the markers and bulbs.... Glad i was able to get u most of the parts... I think the combination of markers and bulbs we use, seem to work the best.....!!!!irv_usc said: