If Otaku Thursday was a treasure trove of JDM cars, then Anime Expo was the host of the cream of the crop, displaying a slew of new itasha that I have yet to see. These were truly one of a kind cars that you wouldn’t normally see out on the streets, but here they are, this medley of Honda itasha, gathered in one place so drivers can show their passion for anime culture.
Last week, I posted a few pictures of a red Dodge to feature our Dodge RAM 1500 dual CREE LED fog lights. When I got this assignment, the pictures given to me certainly caught my attention. These aren’t ones that I made, found, or photoshopped. Whereas most of our pictures are mostly untouched, these photos show use of filters to look stylized and otherworldly. I could just ask my boss, “Why these Ram truck pictures in particular?” But I think speculating would be more fun. I’m sure he’ll tell me once he sees this blog.
While I can’t imagine adding aftermarket parts to what to me is the perfect car to have, its hard to ignore the upgradability of the Lexus IS. Besides a new set of rims, one part that can be easily upgraded is its set of fog lights. Fog lights add to the lighting capabilities of the Lexus’s head lights and daytime running lights. And even though the stock fog lights are decent enough as it is, wouldn’t it be nice to change its color? With the JDM style 15W high powered LED fog lamps, you can.
LED pod lamps are the new lighting upgrade for trucks and other off-road vehicles nowadays, and it’s not surprising due to their brightness and versatility both on and off the road. With that said, what we have here is a set of high powered Ford F-250 LED fog lights that completely illuminate the road from the lower bumper location. These LED fog lights have a whopping 40W output so that you can use the assembly under all weather conditions. Each kit comes with the pair of LED fog lights, the mounting brackets, wiring harness, and on/off switch so you get a full and complete setup. Since the kit is all-in-one, you don’t have to worry about finding individual components, giving you more time to enjoy the amazing LED fog lights.
Today’s SEMA coverage is all about trucks and truck lights – you can’t miss the aggressive and formidable presence of trucks and we naturally gravitate towards the most tricked out trucks. One of our favorites is the lifted teal colored Ford truck with a lower bumper LED light bar perfectly positioned to give off the brightest output but not be obtrusive either. We’ve got out own collection of truck LED light bars that you can browse through to make your truck look like the ones featured at SEMA.