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LED Bulbs

| 30 Jul 2018 21:21 | Edited by: The Banker | #1
On ferry

I recently upgraded the bulbs of my 7, not the headlights but all the others: indicators, stop/tails, fog and reversing lights with units from Classic Car LEDs.

All in, eight bulbs and the new relay the indicators needed, delivered (after a 5% discount code I found online) was circa £75.

Eaiest job ever, the bulbs are direct replacements for the incandescent ones. The difference is significant - much faster lighting and much brighter.

After the weather we had in Spain/Portugal, I am sure anyone behind me will appreciate the difference if we find ourselves in similar circumstances.

The parts list is here:
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| 3 Aug 2018 08:39 | Edited by: Zippy | #2
Driving through town

yes previously you were running on candle power! welcome to the LED world! Me, Uncle & Eugene have Novsight LED bulbs upfront, a snip at about £30
Is it because I is GRP?
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| 16 Aug 2018 16:22 | #3
Driving through town

I fitted front sidelight bulbs, couldn't find stop/tails at stoneleigh KC show this year.
my pair of front sides cost £7 - well worth it IMO
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