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celimangts17
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celimangts17 Feb 4, 11:05pm - #96999 

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underbody neon position on VS kit

i know this has been asked before but i never got a clear answer so, where is the best place to mount the front and rear tubes in a neon underbody on a Veilside kit. there is not much room in the back and i dont see where to mount it. people have done it, so i know it can be done. any help would be great. i wanted to know because im gonna get the VARAD underbodies and i want to install them myself, save some cash, i wired up my underdash neons to my battery with the inlinefuse and everything like in the install section so im pretty confident i can install this. just the mounting points is what im shady on.

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celimangts17 Feb 4, 11:10pm - #97000 

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if someone could just take a pic of their underbodies on the rear who have the veilside kit that would be good too thumbsup

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celimangts17
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celimangts17 Feb 4, 11:23pm - #97001 

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also i know a few of you have the VARAD underbodies, so what im wondering is i wanted to go with those because they are harder to break than the Street Glow neon tubes, my question is will they be pretty bright under my car seeing as though i sit only 4-5 inches off the ground? my friend go the SG LED underbodies for his truck and they were in no comparison as bright as the car next to his with the standard SG neon undbodies. im thinkin it could have been because his truck sits pretty high and the neon wasnt bright.

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