I use almost exclusively Adams Polishes products. Car never looked so good! Having black its extremely hard to keep looking perfect. Adams does the trick. No scratching car washes, and synthetic + hard wax for superior protection. Ditch that armor all junk!
I ordered foam and glue for the JPM saggy seat mod, and heated seats to go on while I'm doing. Also ordered some black charge tubes from DDMworks. Also ordered 2 12" subs for my other car ). I am going to gut my cat while deciding what todo on my exhaust.
I was under the impression that the LEDs were not as bright as bulbs in the size for the back-up light. Not true?
Thanks for the tutorial and the link!
It depends on the bulb honestly. Most 3157s are not as bright because they're a lot of low poered LEDs facing all directions. The ones i got for the tails/turns were half as many higher powered ones, so they shone brighter. The one I linked to for the reverse light is one VERY powerful LED so it's really bright, looks great.
No problem, glad to help out!
Black Billet Grille, Blacked out Chrome and marker lights, Stubby Antenna, Wheel well trim kit, more to come...
Added some racing stripes today. Took a while to get everything done today as I polished the hood before I started. The stripe is more for function that looks. The fiberglass hood has some significant crows feet and an accident too a chunck out of the leading edge. So as opposed to painting, I just make the repairs and covered them up with vinyl. Approx $100 as opposed to $900. I also wrapped the new ground effects and mocked it up. Here is the progress:
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