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yup, Alvin, JAZ80 did his. He didn't get pull over. Cops doesn't know even if they saw it. As long as your lights are in "right" colour.
 

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as long as u get the chrome bulb that flashes amber, u will be fine. just becareful with the oven. a bit too hot will cause your headlight to melt. good luck
 

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^^^ exacly. You must have a light that is amber when it is on and when it flashes and you must have a reflector that reflects amber... that is all.


same is true for the rear but in red.
 

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as long as u get the chrome bulb that flashes amber, u will be fine. just becareful with the oven. a bit too hot will cause your headlight to melt. good luck
:yeahthat: or use a heat gun to be safe. But then the chrome bulb is very dim though, but it looks much nicer.
Dont do what I did with my last set of headlights :facepalm:
 

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^^^

 

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So where can I find a amber light and reflector? Wouldn't that make clearing my headlights pointless? What do they look like
 

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here is how the chrome bulb looks



It blends in nicely, but when they are on its a different story.


Looks very dim, looks nice when its off though imo.

If you're interested these are the ones I got
1157 (BAY15d) Chrome Bulb Set - Amber

OR just semi clear it if its not already
 

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also LED turn signal bulbs are not a option. they make your lights HYPERFLASH! and you have to but "load resistors" that get incredibly hot. there is no way to get rid of the hyper flash. there is no flasher or relay to replace.
 

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also LED turn signal bulbs are not a option. they make your lights HYPERFLASH! and you have to but "load resistors" that get incredibly hot. there is no way to get rid of the hyper flash. there is no flasher or relay to replace.
Keep a bulb in the circuit, it's an actual load, and it doesn't get as hot as a resistor. Go figure.

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Hmmmmm...Thanks for the input guys, I might probably just go with HoNgKoNgKoBe's setup once I get the balls/time to do it
 
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