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Guys, I've had these fitted for about 9 months now and now felt like sharing them with the forum. Here are pictures of my LED lights, notice how my rear JDM markers light up red
 

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(reverse lights I think) 1x 1 V-LEDS HID WHITE 36 M-SMT BULBS 917 918 920 921 922 923 $34.99 $34.99
(F&R amber turn signals CLEAR when off) 2x 2 AMBER SMT 24 LED PARKING/TURN SIGNAL LIGHT BULBS 7443 7440 $34.99 $69.98
(F side markers & headlight parking light) 2x 2 HID WHITE SMT X5 HIGH POWER LED LIGHT BULBS 194 168 158 2821
(interior & trunk)4 V-LEDS HID WHITE 8 M-SMT 4W HIGH POWER BULBS 194 168 158 921 912 $29.99 $119.96

*note* = you don't have to get the exact bulbs that I have (a little overkill) just search by bulb type and note the different LED's available for that bulb type...(eg- 194 bulbs are in the doors, license plates, front side markers, etc)
 

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(reverse lights I think) 1x 1 V-LEDS HID WHITE 36 M-SMT BULBS 917 918 920 921 922 923 $34.99 $34.99
(F&R amber turn signals CLEAR when off) 2x 2 AMBER SMT 24 LED PARKING/TURN SIGNAL LIGHT BULBS 7443 7440 $34.99 $69.98
(F side markers & headlight parking light) 2x 2 HID WHITE SMT X5 HIGH POWER LED LIGHT BULBS 194 168 158 2821
(interior & trunk)4 V-LEDS HID WHITE 8 M-SMT 4W HIGH POWER BULBS 194 168 158 921 912 $29.99 $119.96
Thanks. A couple of questions.

Where is the single reverse light located?? Do the turn signals flash faster than normal, since the load on the circuit is less with LEDs?
 

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Thanks. A couple of questions.

Where is the single reverse light located?? Do the turn signals flash faster than normal, since the load on the circuit is less with LEDs?
1x because those are sold in pairs
Yep, the signals flash a little quicker, just like the middle setting on a "speed flasher" dial would.
 

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Thanks for the positive comments guys! The key is to get the greatest number (like say 8 or more) of SMT LED's on a single bulb and it will yield that "bright" look.
 

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Did the same thing to all my lights. Had them for about 11 months without any problems. Love them!
 

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V-LED is a good company, pretty good customer service...I bought their lights for my Lexus ISF
 
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