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I am looking to replace the parking light to LED bulb or something white color that match the xenon. Where 's the good place and great price?
 

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Looks good. Where did u get them? You said not too bright but is it still brighter than normal bulb?
 

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e39ng said:
Looks good. Where did u get them? You said not too bright but is it still brighter than normal bulb?

no, they're not 'overall ' brighter...


realize this, led's are not meant to reflect (primarily), but rather be a more direct-source of light...... by using them on this application, you dont get the full effect of the crystals reflecting the light.....

if you were to stand directly infront of the car, they would appear bright, but not very luminous.....

i was afraid to use the hyperwhite regular bulbs, as they typically carry more heat, and could really cause some expen$ive damage to the headlight enclosure... (theoretically)
 

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esemes said:
e39ng said:
Looks good. Where did u get them? You said not too bright but is it still brighter than normal bulb?
no, they're not 'overall ' brighter...
i was afraid to use the hyperwhite regular bulbs, as they typically carry more heat, and could really cause some expen$ive damage to the headlight enclosure... (theoretically)
I've never tried LEDs for the DTRLs. I have the hyperwhite bulbs from Polarg (like these http://www.racinglab.com/polm2hyp74bu.html ). They give off a blueish/white light, fairly bright, and I've had the same set of bulbs for 5 years now - zero problems. These are high quality Japanese bulbs. You might want to try these out :idea:


 

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GixxerSteve said:
I've never tried LEDs for the DTRLs. I have the hyperwhite bulbs from Polarg (like these http://www.racinglab.com/polm2hyp74bu.html ). They give off a blueish/white light, fairly bright, and I've had the same set of bulbs for 5 years now - zero problems. These are high quality Japanese bulbs. You might want to try these out :idea:
But don't you need 7443's? That link you provided were for 7440's... this one is for 7443:

http://www.racinglab.com/pom13hy7libu.html
 

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Yeah, your right Dat.
 

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