If you have either a Scion FR-S or a Subaru BRZ, it’s just a given that you have to get yourself the Valenti LED Reverse Lamp. This F1 style LED rear bumper light is gives off that super bright "in your face" kind of look, with that signature V-shape tail light. There are 12-LED lights for the red triangular portion that lights up as brake light and 12 pieces of xenon white as reverse lights. So whether you’re at a stop light or trying to back out of a parking spot, you can be sure that the Valenti Rear Fog Light is giving you all the attention.
This F1 Diffuser style LED Bumper Reflector for the Scion FRS and Subaru BRZ is a must-have for anyone who has one half of the famed twins. The Valenti LED rear fog light gives your sports coupe a touch of the racing style that makes the car look like it belongs on the track. There are several different styles available, including clear, smoked, or red, giving you full liberty to choose which design best complements the car.
One of the most unique parts of the Scion FR-S/Subaru BRZ is the 4th brake light. You get the chance to change up the rear reflector with this LED rear fog light/brake light conversion kit to get a much brighter look. This 4th brake light is something every JDM fan should get because it still stays true to the Toyota 86 and gives it a fresh new kick.
When you think of JDM cars, one of the first cars that come up would be the Subaru BRZ or Scion FR-S. Not surprisingly, these twins have all sorts of aftermarket products that would make any car enthusiast turn green with envy. 7440 LED turn signal lights give your Subaru BRZ or Scion FR-S a different look from factory so you get a different look in absolutely no time.
Backup lights are very important when it comes to safety so it’s a good idea to invest in a set of LED backup lights that look great and bump up the car’s safety as well. This T10 wedge bulb is everything that an LED light is acclaimed for and more, including extreme brightness, long life span, and a compatibility list with tons of vehicles. Who would have thought that such a tiny bulb would pack a huge punch?