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Old 04-02-2011, 10:48 PM   #1
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I want your personal opinion on these. They look better in person compared to the pics. And my stang is red so I think it fits good. Let me know
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That looks good how did u do that?
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hmmm they look good but I think they might be a bit too bright....
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Not fond of neons. I see too many ricers with em.
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i have lights like those in my car...i like it personally, but its kinda weird to be able to see your feet all the time...
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That makes the stang look hard after seeing this makes me wanna get some blue ones on my silver stang
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The 2011 comes with that option (not as bright) and a ton of color options.
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Looks great. I like any "individualize" work done to a Mustang. When love is put into it, you can tell.
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really cool,especially if your showing your car.you see this at alot of car shows.good job
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That looks good how did u do that?
Autozone sells sets of strips( blue, red, or yellow) all u do is stick em out of sight and run them to a switch. I had a burnt out cigarette lighter so I cut that out and put a switch in it's place. You can take apart your dash by your gauges and slide a strip into it.
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hmmm they look good but I think they might be a bit too bright....
Yeah they are a little bright at first but you get use to them.
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i have lights like those in my car...i like it personally, but its kinda weird to be able to see your feet all the time...
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That makes the stang look hard after seeing this makes me wanna get some blue ones on my silver stang
I just got done installing some into my buddy's 06 stang and I also ordered some green ones from singapore( US doesn't sell them) and installed them into a black 98
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That look awesome but I think tey are a little too bright, but I would like some blue ones for my 2006.
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I want your personal opinion on these. They look better in person compared to the pics. And my stang is red so I think it fits good. Let me know
Those are sick. I love them. I have them in my car too. But mine are blue
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Autozone sells sets of strips( blue, red, or yellow) all u do is stick em out of sight and run them to a switch. I had a burnt out cigarette lighter so I cut that out and put a switch in it's place. You can take apart your dash by your gauges and slide a strip into it.
I tried that but he damn things wernt wireable to my car cause of voltage issues
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I tried that but he damn things wernt wireable to my car cause of voltage issues
U can run them through your fuse box or to the battery with a fuse holder
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I wire my led series into the existing dome or door lights so that when I open the door or turn the interior lights on they illuminate. Don't buy them at a store there way overpriced you can buy them I'm in all colors off of ebay.

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I personally just ran my switch power words to the battery with a ground on the battery and tucked the wires out of sight and ran through my fender. Just be careful which gauge wire you use Bc I went one size down and the wires fried
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U can run them through your fuse box or to the battery with a fuse holder
Yah but already had a damn fuse box on then and a switch. The wires were like 6 inches long. Haha
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Yah but already had a damn fuse box on then and a switch. The wires were like 6 inches long. Haha
If you have lights under your dash that come on when you open your doors, find the 2 wires that go to the light socket. Cut them and wire any 12v lights you want. They will come on like your old ones.
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Ik.... The wires are short that they give you. That's why u have to solder more on.
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I'm wanting to pit blue lights inside all my speaker grills. What kind of LED lights do you suggest? Pics would help. I don't mean to jack ur thread. So sorry if I am. I just figured why no if we r on the subject.
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I've got a buddy that knows that one let me get back on it but im gonna say anything that is in a strip or continuous circuit
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I've got a buddy that knows that one let me get back on it but im gonna say anything that is in a strip or continuous circuit
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Ok are you wanting to sync the lights up to your speakers so that when the music plays the speakers flash? Or do u just want a constant light
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Ok are you wanting to sync the lights up to your speakers so that when the music plays the speakers flash? Or do u just want a constant light
Just a constant light but I want them wired to a switch where he coin holder is.
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Ok any LED will do. I suggest single bulb projectors. It doesn't matter which u choose to do just whenever you do, make sure you point the light towards the speakers not the cover of the speaker so that it bounces back I'm full instead of just seeing a bead of light
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Ok any LED will do. I suggest single bulb projectors. It doesn't matter which u choose to do just whenever you do, make sure you point the light towards the speakers not the cover of the speaker so that it bounces back I'm full instead of just seeing a bead of light
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Yeah they are a little bright at first but you get use to them.
Honestly I don't think you could run any other color that bright and still be alright driving at night...if you looked down into something like white or green or something your eyes would take forever to adjust back to the way they were...
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K. Thanks very much. Sorry if I took the thread. Great info
Nah it's cool. I've read some of your posts so it's cool hahaha I had to learn how to do everything myself so I'm glad to help you out.
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Honestly I don't think you could run any other color that bright and still be alright driving at night...if you looked down into something like white or green or something your eyes would take forever to adjust back to the way they were...
Yeah. They are pretty bright. Im going to stick some blue ones in my grill delete behind the pony. Pretty dim but still cool. Don't wan to blind anyone or get pulled over.
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Honestly I don't think you could run any other color that bright and still be alright driving at night...if you looked down into something like white or green or something your eyes would take forever to adjust back to the way they were...
Ya I had blue to begin with but it kept leaving blind-spots whenever I looked up
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Couldn't you get some kind of dimmer switch for them. Shouldn't cost too much.
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Couldn't you get some kind of dimmer switch for them. Shouldn't cost too much.
Ya you can. Just have to find one. Heck if you wanted to you could run it to your dash light dimmer and adjust it from there, but that's more work and alot harder than I'd like
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