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U know those slit marking lights for those corollas?

im just curious if anyone has upgrades those lights to antthing cuz my standard bulbs i use are bright in teh middle but doesnt fill the whole light

what do u guys use

i was thinking about getting those LED lights with a cluster of 5 that point in al directios
let me know
tanks
 

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Deer Smasher
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at walmart they have xenons that fit they look sweet, maybe if i have time in the next few days ill take a picture, i bought them for $4.44
 

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thanks, hey check this out this my my car, i put fins on it.. let me know what u think

http://www.cardomain.com/memberpage/698248

as for the xenon lights check this webpage out


http://autolumination.com/194.htm

they have those MAtrix LED that shine every direction and they also have xenon lights for around $2 each, 5/6 of the way down, what do u think of those?

let me know!
 

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The Return of the Red Coupe
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You mean the ones under the pop up lights???

I had Xenon peanut bulbs in there before, they complemented the diamond cut headlight upgrade very nicely as both the xenon bulbs and the H4 hyperwhites lit up in the same color, almost HID'sh looking. :)
 

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The terrorist
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I have a 1990 SR5. I must admit that I love lights, I have all the lights on the front of my car rewired to turn on.

My fogs, Signlas (on as lights and signals now), Parking lights and headlights can all be on at the same time.

The lights are legal as long as the colour is not closer to blue, they have to be white. I have been pulled over twice for my lights but it was because I had "too many lights on the front of the car" instead of the bulb colour or wattage.

Check out my website. I thought of what you're saying, but looking at the inside of the parking light, you don't really have a lot of space to play with and the angle of the mirror surface is designed for one bulb only.

http://www.cardomain.com/member_pages/view_page.pl?page_id=257252
 
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