I'd enjoy it a lot more if it were possible to read your webpage. I've tried the babelfish website translator for Japaneese, Chinese-Simp, Chinese-triad, and Korean and none of those selections gives me a readable (to those of us who read english) site.
OK, I try to give an English version of my website, but it need quite a long time.
You can Email me for more infomation.
ooooooo me want!!
can we have a GB??
I try to give you a GB version but it need quite a long time.
You can Email me at the moment for more.
if you could do the black euro lamps with LEDs, i'd hit that in a hot minute
oh gawd, the cliche PHRASES!!!........
You mean the smoked shell? I have got it.
Wow... quite a good job. Better than my attempt for sure. What kind of prices are we looking at?
Is the tail light unit sealed, by which I mean, after opening up the tail lights, did you permanently reseal them? If so, is the LED board accessible without breaking open the tail light again? My reason for asking is what would happen in case one or more LEDs burn out. Which brings me to my next question... any warranties for burnt out LEDs?
Also, what sort of LEDs are you using? They don't look like superflux, which really is the best for automotive applications, IMO. 5mm LEDs maybe?
And yes, any plans to do the inner sections (on the trunk) ?
Sorry about all the questions
Great job on these
Your questions are welcome.
The LED has been tested for a long time to ensure its performance. Please don't worry about its life, I think it can perform perfectly for years at least.
The tail shell is sealed well after adding the leds.
The LED I am using, is not a superflux type but, it has a much better lighting range than a ordinary 5mm led. and the light is strong enough.