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04-22-2014 01:15 AM
Miztaken1312
2008+ LED tail lights

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Where'd you get that spoiler?

Looks like the 3D Carbon deck lid spoiler.
04-22-2014 01:14 AM
blade08
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Originally Posted by 2010SVT View Post
I would reccomend this for you. I bought the LED tail lights and used a vinyl tint to get a nice look



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Where'd you get that spoiler?
03-21-2014 02:10 PM
Miztaken1312
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Originally Posted by 2010SVT View Post
I would recommend this for you. I bought the LED tail lights and used a vinyl tint to get a nice look
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I like that. Future mod for me to get.

http://www.fswerks.com/collections/e...edan-2005-2007


I know the URL says 2005-2007, but click it and you'll see it's Mk2 (08-11). FSWerks goofed on that. Also looks like they're updating the website. I see Mazdaspeed parts on there now for the 3 and 6.
03-21-2014 02:03 PM
Rubix I like that. Future mod for me to get.
03-19-2014 10:46 PM
2010SVT I would reccomend this for you. I bought the LED tail lights and used a vinyl tint to get a nice look

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03-19-2014 04:48 PM
tuvok Being i have the SES I'm not going to purchase these lights unless they are offered im something other then chrome trim id love carbon fiber but i really dont see that happening
03-18-2014 09:47 PM
Miztaken1312
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I have a question for you. I'm interested in the LED taillights but would only like for the LED's line to light up like you have in the pic above but when I hit the brakes the actual LEDS for the brake lights come on, is this the default way or did you wire it differently so that the LED line is on when the lights are running

I thought that was cool too, but decided that having them all on for visibility was the best option.


That said, I still want to know what was changed to do this. By default, all LEDs in the taillight are on at all times when they are switched on (parking and full).
03-18-2014 09:45 PM
pmason718
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The only description out there is that you cut the parking/headlight power wire to the main cluster of LEDs, but keep the power going to the outer rim. If done correctly, it will look like this when you aren't using your directional/brakes:

I have a question for you. I'm interested in the LED taillights but would only like for the LED's line to light up like you have in the pic above but when I hit the brakes the actual LEDS for the brake lights come on, is this the default way or did you wire it differently so that the LED line is on when the lights are running


EDIT: I just read the text above the pic and ansered my own question so my next question is was it easy to do and do you have a video?
11-01-2013 07:52 PM
Miztaken1312 Quick update, I went home from work shortly after typing that, and lo and behold, the lights were on the front porch! Still no update tracking, but they're on the car and no LEDs are out! I'm pretty happy.

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11-01-2013 01:34 PM
Miztaken1312 So just a heads up about the company that's been selling them. THEY'RE GREAT. I bought these back in May and stuck them on (along with the headlights) right before FocusRising 2013. There were a total of 3 LEDs that we're out total between the two of the taillights. I never got around to contacting them for a replacement because right after FocusRising, I got really busy with school and work. Fast forward to this week, and I contacted them via email on eBay and they're sending me out new lights in an RMA. Of course, since my OEM lights are in bad shape, I put down a deposit on new headlights, and they shipped out the next day.

Sad story time: The lights were supposed to be here yesterday (10/31), but UPS seems to have lost them. I let them know what was happening with UPS, they told me they had insurance, and they shipped out another pair of lights today. Hopefully these won't be lost like the others.
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