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Here is one pic I just took. I installed these on Wednesday. The install was totally easy. The only difference between these and any other lights is that you have 2 wires coming out of each inner light piece instead of plug. However, the wires have special tips so all you do is plug the wires into the terminals on the pigtail. I am extremely pleased with these lights so far. I just took a 300 mile trip today in 20-30 degree temps to see family and the lights performed flawlessly.

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Are the inner lights super flux (square) too? And do the inner lights light up with the brake lights?
Do we have a pic of the white LED reverse lights yet?
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Are the inner lights super flux (square) too? And do the inner lights light up with the brake lights?
Do we have a pic of the white LED reverse lights yet?[/b]
Yes, they are all superflux. No, I don't have it set up for the inner lights to light up with the brakes. I believe it is entirely possible to do so. You would have to do the brake light mod. According to Kevin, there is a third wire in the inner LEDs to make it light up at the high brightness level. So it should be as easy as tapping into the brake + from either the LED trunk stop light or outer tail light, run the wiring and connect to this third wire.


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Yes, they are all superflux. No, I don't have it set up for the inner lights to light up with the brakes. I believe it is entirely possible to do so. You would have to do the brake light mod. According to Kevin, there is a third wire in the inner LEDs to make it light up at the high brightness level. So it should be as easy as tapping into the brake + from either the LED trunk stop light or outer tail light, run the wiring and connect to this third wire.[/b]
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emailed a few questions to car-leds.com.

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hey all, seems that all mention of relacing the stock flasher unit with one for use with led turn signals has dwindled off.Has anybody found (and if so installed) one of these flashers for the 6??

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If these are done properly,we wouldn't need to change flashers since these would have resistors already in line for it to be a plug-n-play design.

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Hello all,
If you use a special flasher to keep the regular blinking frequency, you will not need to worry about the heat and temperature of the resistor , it is good; but it will not remind you in case the head blinking bulb is broken. so you need to check it yourself often.
PS:There is still some problem with the led board, hopefully the new edition will be available within 10 weeks.
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If you use a special flasher to keep the regular blinking frequency, you will not need to worry about the heat and temperature of the resistor , it is good; but it will not remind you in case the head blinking bulb is broken. so you need to check it yourself often.
PS:There is still some problem with the led board, hopefully the new edition will be available within 10 weeks.[/b]
Yea, What i'm looking for is the special flasher for a non-speed 6 so i wouldnt need the resistors...But last i heard there were none available....anyone know if these flashers are around yet? this may not be the right place for this question, but it's the only good thread that mentioned it at one point.I thought someone here might know.thanks

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