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Originally posted by cmo1234@Apr 6 2005, 06:50 AM
Hmm in that pic posted above almost looks like the reflection of the camera flash rather than actual lights down there because its so bright and the reflector is so filled in rather than just a bright point in the center from a bulb.* I think I've taken pics before of my car at night when the same has shown, sorta.. I could be wrong..*

Well I'll start looking down there soon behind my bumper to see what lighting suggestions I can contribute to this idea.
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Hmmm... I think your right. It does look like a flash.

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Guys , check the right side , it looks better than the left one! and it shows that there;s a light in there , even some red reflection!!!

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I think that pic above was just a camera flash reflection..

Anyway this weekend I will probably be doing this, and will take some pictures for you guys since there seems to be some interest.


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So where did you get the lights? What kinda of lights are they? I need info....
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Where did you/he get the lights from for the lower reflectors.* I need fog lights there, I am moving to the UK and they require them and I don't want them to hang a light form my 6...

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I don't think you will need the rear fogs if you are taking your NA car to the UK as a personal import, especially if it's only temporary. If you are going to keep your US licence plates or fit special military overseas plates their are exemptions under UK Construction and Use regulations that cover this.

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yeah , what kind of plug? socket? bulb? etc...!??? where to get these?!?!?!
i wanna do my brake light mod. Since my car is japan version , i don;t have any lights in the inner side of the tail lamps! just the outer ones , so i wanna drill in the inner part and put some sockets in there!!! any help where to get these??!?!?!?
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I don't know yet, like I said all i saw was the finished product. I know he went and got some small red bulbs from wal-mart, and he mentioned some kind of sockets from the junkyard that came out of the rear of a camaro..

Thats all the info I have atm, will update it when i actually see how and what he used guys..


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Originally posted by cmo1234@Apr 6 2005, 08:50 AM
Hmm in that pic posted above almost looks like the reflection of the camera flash rather than actual lights down there because its so bright and the reflector is so filled in rather than just a bright point in the center from a bulb.* I think I've taken pics before of my car at night when the same has shown, sorta.. I could be wrong..*

Well I'll start looking down there soon behind my bumper to see what lighting suggestions I can contribute to this idea.
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if it was a camera flash, then the back of the car wouldn't lbe in the dark, clearly the picture is taken without a flash

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Originally posted by Axion@Apr 7 2005, 08:21 AM
I don't know yet, like I said all i saw was the finished product. I know he went and got some small red bulbs from wal-mart, and he mentioned some kind of sockets from the junkyard that came out of the rear of a camaro..

Thats all the info I have atm, will update it when i actually see how and what he used guys..
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Great , keep us updated!
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