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Old 11 Jan 2006, 12:18 am
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Default BYE APC - Hello ICPW LED Tails (Pics)

I decided to order the newest and hottest product on the market - LED Tails which has leds in the signals and brakeing so i had to order a set, they look awesome.

Before and After (1st apc - 2nd leds)




The Images OF The LED Tails..







[ Backside OF The led taillamp. - As You can see its a PLUG N PLAY Mod, All you had to do was remove the old sockets to the bulbs and plug the wired factory to the Tails ]


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[Its on.. i had the plastic on incase i needed to move it around.. which i did to make it centered notice the lights around the tight gap.. had to centered it but solved now]


I like this product overall, its one of the best mod ive bought and installed. Its even BRIGHT at night and so BRIGHT.. I mean Bright.. and the signals is awesome, flashes normally, and flashes like a Cadillac tails.. (deville ones i believe)

Got this from Maggie @ Race and Street For $290 with free shipping.
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Old 11 Jan 2006, 12:46 am
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But have been reading about a lot of fit and finish problems with it...Did yours fit right????
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Old 11 Jan 2006, 12:51 am
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Yes, mine fitted like a glove, however i had to do a minor mod to bend the holder tab a little and it snapped on, so its all set.

btw those are plastic your seeing on the tails. - has been removed as well.
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Old 11 Jan 2006, 01:03 am
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btw heres a short video clip i made.

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Old 11 Jan 2006, 10:15 am
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For the turn signals, the rate of blink is the same?
I understand there has to be a resistor added with LEDs since they draw less current - without the resistor, the signals blink really fast.
I wondered if resistor was built-in. [:I]
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Old 11 Jan 2006, 10:26 am
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quote:Originally posted by quicksilverdon

For the turn signals, the rate of blink is the same?
I understand there has to be a resistor added with LEDs since they draw less current - without the resistor, the signals blink really fast.
I wondered if resistor was built-in. [:I]
Everything is built in. These are about as plug and play as you can get for connections.
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Old 11 Jan 2006, 10:43 am
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Don,

There's enough resistance with the numerous LED bulbs in these new lights that nothing else is needed. As Tinker just said...they just plug in and play.



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Old 11 Jan 2006, 11:45 am
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New ones look like a Christmas tree on top of a rotary-faced dial phone. Well, to each his own. I like the ones you took out better.
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Old 11 Jan 2006, 07:07 pm
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Those tails are pretty cool. I've been looking at getting new tails when my Xenon rear bumper gets installed after getting rearended and these are definitly a possibility. A little pricey, but totally unique!
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Old 11 Jan 2006, 07:10 pm
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i think they look great !![?]
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