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2.7" LED flexi strips


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Ok, the lights look brighter than they are due to a longer then necessary shutter speed on my camera.

They are really just about perfect glow/brightness. Coupled with my "night mode", it really sets a nice ambiance when cruising at night.

The 6-LED flexi-strips (2.7-inch) are wired to a 12v plug that gets power from the accessory port in the console. The 12v port is not constant, so they shut off when the car is off (no switches!)

The trunk has 2 units wired to the factory light, and stuck on the underside of the rear shelf. I will be adding an LED bulb to the factory unit soon to complete it, but for now it is unhooked.

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In your case, because you had to ask....

You pay someone to do it for you. :D

true. :lol:

will you be adding more lights FDM?

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I have everything in the garage to do a complete LED swap on the car (minus the headlights/fogs, of course).

Future plans include:

90w emergency strobes F&R

blue POV LED strobes/flashers in the grill/dash/rear deck/engine bay

Basically, I want a 'volunteer firefighter' light theme as my show lighting.

this, but with many more blue lights:

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the LED swap starts as soon as I get home next, along with installing my exhaust + retune.

the show lights have to wait a while. I'm in no real rush to do extensive mods right now. i'm focused on paying off stuff and looking for a better/local job.

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