I would LOVE to have LED tail lights! I was frankly pretty surprised the 300 didn't come with 'em from the factory... They're superior in every regard to standard tail lights.
look here for pics & info.05 300c said:Can some one post a picture of these lights? Thanks.
CottyGee said:I would LOVE to have LED tail lights! I was frankly pretty surprised the 300 didn't come with 'em from the factory... They're superior in every regard to standard tail lights.
BrilliantBlackHemi said:There needs to be a big array of LEDs like the Caddy Deville DTS has had for several years now. 6 LEDs on "spider arms" ain't enough in my opinion.
They come on about .5 seconds faster than a stock 1157 bulb. That gives the guy behind you a fighting chance to hit his(her) brakes quicker to avoid an accident. From what I've heard the insurance compaines are loving them.joeSRT8 said:They're superior? How so? What's the diff. ?
look at any of the newer infiniti's (g35's, q45's, etc.) they all have led tails and they're quite common. well at least the g35's are, i see them everywhere. there are also other cars, usually higher end due to the cost compared to regular bulbs.joeSRT8 said:They're superior? How so? I don't think I've ever seen one on a car but as far as the design of the spider lites my reaction was "BFD". Are LED lights in a taillight housing brighter than regular bulbs? What's the diff. ?
I just got off the phone with the owners. Some folks have questioned the lumens or wattage output. I can tell you that they claim their lights are far brighter than anything else on the market.lennoxavesosa said:i remember looking at the spyder LED replacement lights for tha tails, but their website said they are not yet availble. does anyone know when these will be availble and how much they will cost? im going to black out my tails so thought these would be a lil safer, plus look cool. i assume they will sort of resemble the tails on the infinity g35?