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LED Grille Lighting

So I already have 4-5 hundred LED's in/on my truck so why stop there. I got this guy here and just set it how I thought it'd look good. I'ma wire it into a switch, these are 472 nanometer blue LED's.

(Yes the running lights up front are LED too, thats why they look different)


The only thing is, when I have the HID's on, it kinda waters it down some.... I don't know what to do, or say about this...







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That's sick dude... I'd get pulled over for that here... lol
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That's sick dude... I'd get pulled over for that here... lol
I've got more than that to worry about:

No village sticker
No front plate
Illegal tints

Oh and the car:
No catalytic converter
Illegal Ride height
Loud exhaust (measured 121db lol)
No front plate
Illegal tints
No village sticker
and my favorite.... shoots flames at high RPM on upshift (love doing it when passing a corvette and aggressively turning into his lane!)

Thats why I have them on a switch (so I can use them in "safe" areas) , I wanted to test these this winter and if they are durable enough I'm going to do blue all in the grille of the truck, and under all 4 sides. I'll do red up front in the car, and under all 4 sides as well, but I wanted to test these all winter.
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I think that looks really cool!

But ya I'm not sure how often I would be able to run around like that, I know I'd get pulled over
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That's sick dude... I'd get pulled over for that here... lol

x2 the only ones with blue around here are police....PERIOD and they do enforce that very strictly!, My radio shines off my back window and he thought i had blue warning lights im like ummm...No, its my radio look.
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