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    LEDs For WS6?

    So. i have to say i found myself jelious of my friends camaro last night
    we spent the afternoon installing his new headlights since his camaro lighters were stained and had moisture in them.
    he got new LEDs or HIDs or something.
    Anyways they look sick so i was wondering if PIAA or someone made some LEDs for the WS6?
    Hi/Low Beams and the Fog lights. i think it would look great.
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    Senior Member bluehawk2000's Avatar
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    I wouldnt mind seeing a write up on how to make brake lights and the front turning signals led's.

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    if youre talking HIDs try DDMtuning

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    They're called HIDs.

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    Just get the replacement housinhs for.the low.and high beams.with replaceable bulbs and get a couple hid sets local or online. Also a.set for the fogs. As far as leds for.the turn signals and I have them in my clear sidemarkers all you have to do is change the bulbs and swap out the flasher under the dash on the driverside for an electronic unit for a couple bucks at any auto parts store. I did a drl delete as well and have never been happier with the look. I always though the drl's looked kind dumb and burns out bulbs master and heats the lenses which is no longer a problem to led bulbs as they get no where near as hot.
    1998 Trans Am 85k miles.
    Bolt ons, MS3 113LSA cam, Circle D Stall, Tune, Modified WS6 style hood, Full Suspension, 6000k HID's, Clear Side Markers w/ Leds, Led 3rd Brake Light and 18" AR Staggered Killer Wheels w/ BFG KDW NT's.- Weekend Toy/DD
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    The problem with HID's in a conventional housing (even one like the Eurolamps) is that the reflectors are made specifically for halogen bulbs. HIDs really need to be focused or the light will wash out real bad. Sure, getting the Eurolamp housings with a HID kit will be brighter than the factory lights (it would be near to impossible for them to be worse!), but for HIDs to be really effective you need a projector lamp.

    I did HID conversions to a Yukon and a Lancer. The Yukon had projector lamps and were amazing. The Lancer had stock headlamps with the HID conversion and the light was unfocused and washed out.

    Everyone has an opinion on this, so pics of different setups would be the only objective way of evaluating this.
    2000 Pontiac Firehawk #0041 of 742

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