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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 03-24-2012, 11:16 AM Thread Starter
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Continuing with the dash light upgrade I've got it cracked

Ok guys after my first attempt changing the dash back ground light to red I've searched and found the best option for this job and ther cheap no soldiering required at all just straight replacement even used the standard holders for the t5 wedge pics paint a thousand words as they say


Ok before pic


This the kit I used for first attempt total cost £1.80


Result is following


Good all round colour but I felt the tacho could do with being little better so I found these


So new kit looks like this total cost £2.60


Using original housing


And result is as follows



A lot better even coverage around tacho I think

So I then took this whole bulb upgrade one strange further as I feel the from indicators are dull so I put these in the front indicators
Total cost £6


Now there better

So guys all these different opinions are out there and very varied costs I've tried all and you can planly see the second one is best in xenon white or blue they would be massively better then red hope this helps of anyone wants this two bulb kit in any colour RED. BLUE. WHITE. AMBER. GREEN. then please contact me the postage will be more then kits its that's simple and cheep and makes a massive differnce

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It's all wrong Woodster you need the traditional Italian yellow rev counter

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It's all wrong Woodster you need the traditional Italian yellow rev counter
Hahaha mate I'm changing everything about there carbon everything hahaha

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Thumbs up Woodster is the man!!

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Ok guys after my first attempt changing the dash back ground light to red I've searched and found the best option for this job and ther cheap no soldiering required at all just straight replacement even used the standard holders for the t5 wedge pics paint a thousand words as they say


Ok before pic


This the kit I used for first attempt total cost £1.80


Result is following


Good all round colour but I felt the tacho could do with being little better so I found these


So new kit looks like this total cost £2.60


Using original housing


And result is as follows



A lot better even coverage around tacho I think

So I then took this whole bulb upgrade one strange further as I feel the from indicators are dull so I put these in the front indicators
Total cost £6


Now there better

So guys all these different opinions are out there and very varied costs I've tried all and you can planly see the second one is best in xenon white or blue they would be massively better then red hope this helps of anyone wants this two bulb kit in any colour RED. BLUE. WHITE. AMBER. GREEN. then please contact me the postage will be more then kits its that's simple and cheep and makes a massive differnce

My God!!.................That's incredible!! Its only $4.10 for the dashboard illumination and $9.57 for both front indicators.


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