What is the brightest led wedge (194) wedge bulb for the rear license plate? I want those lights like you see behind those new Lexus IS, any help is appreciated. Thanks!
The IS uses two separate high intensity LEDs pointed right towards the plate to get that effect. The 194/168 wedge bulb and the position it is in may make that a hard goal to obtian. Hit me up via PM, I have some you can test out and see if they work out for you.What is the brightest led wedge (194) wedge bulb for the rear license plate? I want those lights like you see behind those new Lexus IS, any help is appreciated. Thanks!
Do you mind taking a picture of that in daylight with the lense off so I can see how that is done?Here is what I am using. They match my 6000k perfect. Instead of using the stock bulb location, I used the two led panels to get a "dual" light pattern. They are mounted above the license plate. They make Lexus owners envious
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can they get wet......are they waterproof and how did u mount the led boards
Here is a pic of how they look during the day. They are two light boards that I mounted above the license plate to get the "dual" look. I connected both boards to the same power wire that is connected to a 194 bulb-shaped plug that goes into the stock license plate socket. I know that this is not a 194 bulb like you asked. Just a simple alternative. By the way, how do you think it looks? My big thing was that I didn't want the light source to be visible to other cars. Just wanted the glow. Total cost was $20 shipping included. Less than some PIAA's cost.
No, I haven't had any problems with water. The connections are all inside the bulb housing so water can't get to it. And while I have only had it for a few months, I haven't ran from any cops lately so I can't say if it helps them out or not:rotfl:I have to admit it looks really nice, but I mean...isn't that saying "Hey Cop, look how clearly you can see my license plate for you to write down in case I'm running from you?" xD
The thing with LED bulbs is the LEDs are still directional, so even though they may be positioned on the bulb for 360/180 degrees coverage, the housing only allow for one or two LEDs to light up the plate, most of the output is probably wasted.i like that tail light rewiring for the 2nd gen ^^
getting mines done today
back onto the subject, so like can i order some on superbrightleds.com? like are they good to like shoot through out the entire license plate? they say like 180-360 degrees, but does it REALLY work like that?
and some of them don't even look like they fit