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Chinaman
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Chinaman Mar 26, 8:33am - #135446 
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Help on the angel-eye lightings

Hi, I want to make a angel-eye light for my celica, but i do not know where to buy the cheap high intensity blue LEDs to go on the light. So please help... appreciated. Chinaman!
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drkramm Mar 26, 12:58pm - #135447 
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combared to other leds blue are not gonna be cheap (like 50 cents more lol)

hey thats a 20 minute phone call
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AZZKIKR
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AZZKIKR Mar 26, 3:12pm - #135448 

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I've been thinking about the angel eyes too...I'm pretty inclined with electronics and all that, but I'm not sure I have the balls to put my headlights in the oven frown...could I possibly use a heat gun (I know it would take a lot longer, but I'd rather have patients than a burnt headlight) instead of the oven to open the headlight housing? and yes, the LED's are at Radioshack, and they work pretty well (I've used them for other projects)
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TrewCelica Mar 26, 6:28pm - #135449 

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I heard of soeone else using a heat gun , but your ight it will take a lot longer frown
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LostAngel Mar 26, 8:48pm - #135450 
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Originally Posted by AZZKIKR
I've been thinking about the angel eyes too...I'm pretty inclined with electronics and all that, but I'm not sure I have the balls to put my headlights in the oven frown...could I possibly use a heat gun (I know it would take a lot longer, but I'd rather have patients than a burnt headlight) instead of the oven to open the headlight housing? and yes, the LED's are at Radioshack, and they work pretty well (I've used them for other projects)

As long as you take your time, and follow the installs then it will be fine in the oven. Just watch it, and do everything as stated in the install.
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AZZKIKR Mar 26, 8:58pm - #135451 

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that's cool for reassurance and all, but I guess its just gonna have to come down to whether or not I really want to do it or not, and whether or not I'm willing to risk bad luck (I have a tempermental oven)...thanks tho
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Bakablo1 Mar 26, 9:59pm - #135452 
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yeha seriously... im worried bout putting the headlight in the oven 2 rolleyes idunno
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