One of our customers recently installed our Xtreme HID Conversion kit in the low beams and fog lights in the Honda Accord Coupe. The car comes standard with Projector Headlights which make it the perfect candidate for an HID kit. The Honda Accord uses H11 bulbs on the low beams and fog lights. This customer went with 6500k color temperature for both the lows and fogs which are a crisp white and have blue/purple color output.
The completely redesigned 2011 Toyota Sienna comes with standard Projector Headlights which makes it a perfect candidate for an HID Conversion kit. The Toyota Sienna uses H11 bulbs on the low beams meaning you will need an H11 HID Conversion kit.
Below are some great pictures that one of our customers took. The HID Conversion kit that they installed is our older XenonDepot kit. Even after 4 years of use this HID kit works perfectly fine and still provides an intense, white light output!
The 2010-2011 Chevrolet Camaro LED Day Liner is here! Customize your Camaro by adding one to the hood to give it that personal touch! These LED Day Liners apply via pre-applied 3M automotive tape directly to the vehicle and include 5 ft of wire for easy wiring into the vehicle’s daytime running lamp or low beam lamp assembly.
Each pair of LED Day Liners are made of high-power LED’s that are embedded into a CNC chromed aluminum piece for an attractive accent during the daytime.
Pick up an LED Day Liner for your Chevrolet Camaro today!
Have a look at some of these great pictures of the all new Putco LED Day Liners for Dodge, Ford, Chevrolet and GMC Trucks. These LED Day Liners apply via pre-applied 3M automotive tape directly to the headlamp and include 5 ft of wire for easy wiring into the vehicle’s daytime running lamp or low beam lamp assembly.
Each Putco LED Day Liner is made of high-power LED’s that are embedded into a CNC chromed aluminum piece for an attractive accent during the daytime.
Hey guys, this iPhone ap isn’t working as well as I had hoped so please bear with me. I took some pretty cool vids today and am trying to upload to the blog with no success at the moment. Stay tuned for more pictures tomorrow from the 2010 SEMA show