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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 06-07-2019, 04:03 PM Thread Starter
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I have now bought two different pairs of LED's from Amazon and Ebay to use as Audi LED's for my bike, and they both sucked. Way too dim and the lights are too far apart.. Although I dont want too bright but like something similar to the video below.


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Anyone have any ideas? The links in previous threads no longer work.

Also, do most people attach them on the underside of the housing or on the front? If that makes sense..
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post #2 of 7 (permalink) Old 06-09-2019, 12:52 PM
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Re: LED advice

Have you seen any other cars that have had these modded-in? Provided they're using a quality produce, may check the car's related forum to see what they may be recommending.
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I think these are pretty much what I am looking for the only problem is they only have 4500K or 10000K. What do you guys think? Im concerned that 10000K will be too "blue".
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4500k should be a nice white light. You are correct that 10000k is going to be blue. Its whatever your preference is really.
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Well I would prefer like around 6000K, a little blue is ok but I feel like 10000K will be too blue so I guess I'll go with 4500K.
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If you're looking to have it integrated into your turn signal system, I would advise you get ones that have a switch back feature. So when used as a blinker they'll light up flashing yellow. Then during normal running they'll be continuously the primary color you choose (white/blue/etc.)
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If you're looking to have it integrated into your turn signal system, I would advise you get ones that have a switch back feature. So when used as a blinker they'll light up flashing yellow. Then during normal running they'll be continuously the primary color you choose (white/blue/etc.)
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