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LEDs and resistors?

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Before i start, mods if you know of another topic that might have the answer please let me know, i searched and couldn't find it. I would like to replace the bulbs in my gtp with leds, and wasn't sure if i need resistors for them or if will work without?

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What bulbs? interior will be fine without, turn signal/ brake WILL need them,


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What about heads

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What about heads

i 100% dont reccomend led headlights if you value seeing at night, led's are ment to be seen.. not to see,

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Ok cool i appreciate the answer, what would you recommend for a whiter brighter light?

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Ok cool i appreciate the answer, what would you recommend for a whiter brighter light?

all depends, you can stay with halogen and get silverstars, or you could retrofit and get hid's.... or if you aim your lights down you can get hids ( not reccomended because you can blind others)

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