I only saw one blog for LED lights/ headlights, I am thinking of doing the laser projector logo and also replacing the conventional headlights and door bulbs with LED, has anyone replaced and using them? Pics please of what they look like on the car.

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Here is the link for the laser projector for the doors, I just ordered them, so I will put up some pics when I get them installed. They look pretty cool


Here are what the projectors look like on the ground, I installed them under the door.


I converted my headlights to a LED 5/34 projector assembly. I love the result. quite a bit of cutting needs to be done--headlights rings, and mounting brackets. i bought a spare set just in case.

using H3 conversions wasnt an option for me because they spray light all over as the lenses were not designed for the way LED produces light. you NEED projectors to A) get the most out of your light focused LUX (not lumen) and B) not blind oncoming drivers with your LUMENS.


Those lights look pretty cool, I only see the one set on the front, from the description they are high and low beams, so you could run all 4 like that?

Or how did you wire them up?

yes they are high and low, you could wire them up to run all 4 at the same time pretty easily. i wired the right hand side with factory wiring, and jumped to the other side. the LED's draw much less current than the sealed beams I had.

I used these, they are Chinese knockoffs and we will see how long they last...but for 50 bucks ea. they are a screaming deal they are a clone of the revered JW speaker lights. (which I may upgrade too if these fail soon)


How did you mount them? After reading your post I ordered a set for my 64 DeVille and the headlight isn't believed on the back and doesn't fit into the besel. 

Jimmy Johnathan did say there was a lot of cuttung to be done to install the new LED headlights in a few posts before yours
So not a plug and play item




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