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saw something BADAZZ yesterday

Discussion in 'Electrical' started by richard cheese, May 22, 2008.

  1. richard cheese

    richard cheese the MAIN muff hugga

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    I was getting on the freeway for work, and a Ford f 350 towing a toyhauler was in my rearview....his running lights, or for the gm's ....daytime lights, were bright yellow.....

    they were prolly HID's, but does anyone know if we can get daytime yellow covers, or yellow HID's for that slot???
     
  2. Mad Maxx

    Mad Maxx See, what had happened was... Staff Member Moderator

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    These are about the brightest "drop in" LED bulb out there: http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/V-LE...015QQitemZ250250828752QQrdZ1QQsspagenameZWDVW I just got a set of the white version for my DRL's, but didn't put them in yet because my truck is in the shop getting the stereo built / installed.

    If you know how to work with LED's you can build your own using LUMILEDS. These are hands down the brightest you can use. The Audi A8L uses 5 White LUMILEDS as the DRL and it's so bright you can't look directly at it, IMO it's brighter than HID.
     

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