These error free LED replacement bulbs for the front turn signal lights allows you to convert your old single filament 7440 incandescent turn signal bulbs to an all new LED bulb without you having to worry about any hyper flash problem. This product has been tested for an entire year on various vehicles to ensure that there are absolutely no hyper flash issues that could possibly bother you. There have been no warning messages and best of all, you don’t have to any resistors to go with these LED turn signal bulbs. The xenon white and amber yellow colors that are available add quite a cool looking accent to your vehicle that’s subtle enough, but is still pretty bold in all of its display.
These red or clear smoked lens LED bumper reflectors add a great touch to your Lexus IS and makes it a tad bit different from other Lexus vehicles on the road. They can replace the stock reflector and function as the add-on brake lights as well, so you can have the full pick of what you want to do with your car. These bumper reflectors give your beloved Lexus IS a little bit of oomph and give it an extra smidgen of character that sets it apart from everyone else.
These 30W CREE LED Backup Lights are quite the little energy emitters to make your ride stand out. If you’re anything like the owner of this 2009 Lexus IS250 and would do practically anything to make your car as unique as possible, our 921 LED Reverse Bulbs would be an excellent choice. They are extremely bright and make safety a number one priority, as you would have a clearer sight of everything that’s behind you.
Installing a pair of new LED bumper reflector lights can add in both style as well as safety for your car. This installation does involve removing the bumper and connecting some wiring; therefore, please take a look at this DIY guide to at least get a better idea on how to do this. These LED reflectors are compatible with 2008-up Lexus IS-F, 2003-2009 Lexus GX470, 1999-2003 Lexus RX300, 2011-up Toyota Sienna (For L LE XLE models only), 2009-2012 Toyota Matrix, 2009-up Toyota Venza, and 2013-up Toyota Avalon. If you want to upgrade your car but wasn’t sure what mod was worth it, these new bumper reflector LEDs are a great way to start.
1.) The original bumper reflectors are held on by clips or screws, so we recommend removal of the bumper to get a better access of the back. (1, 2)
2.) Find the stock taillight wire harness. Tap the LED bumper reflector wires (red, white, black). Match the black wire to stock brake light negative, white wire to taillight positive, and red wire to brake light positive. Connect the wires together with t-taps and cover any exposed wire with electrical tape. You can also extend the stock wire harness for a cleaner installation. (3)
3.) Replace the stock bumper reflectors with the new LED bumper reflectors. Tap the wires and install everything back the same way it was removed. Test the lights to see if the LED reflector lights up. (4, 5, 6)
As you can see, you don’t have to compromise safety with aesthetics! Your new LED bumper reflector lights are sure to make you stand out in the crowd and make your Lexus or Toyota very unique. Where can you get subtle, yet flashy at the same time?
Every year, thousands of consumers, automotive industry retailers, and enthusiasts gather at the Las Vegas Convention Center for the SEMA (Specialty Equipment Market Association) show. Companies from all over the world gather in Las Vegas for one memorable week which showcases the industry’s newest products, car builds, and more! We were not able to visit this year, but we’ve compiled a preview of what is at the show this year. The pictures in this coverage are sourced from various online sites such as Stancenation, Speedhunters, Autospies, Europeancarweb, and Mercurynews. SEMA draws all types of cars to the show; there are traditional muscle cars and hat rods, completely customized road vehicles, a modified FedEx delivery truck, full race cars, exotic cars and more so there is nearly an endless list of mechanical eye candy to stare at.
First, let us take a look at one of the most popular car of choice for builds this year; the Scion FR-S. Thanks to the large support from the aftermarket industry for this car, it is no doubt that this is a popular platform to build for enthusiasts. There are plenty of FR-S’s at the SEMA show this year.
Examples like the SpeedElement Scion FR-S from San Jose sporting the classic Rocket Bunny body kit, a unique duck bill rear lip and some aggressive MTechnica 2 piece wheels.
Aggressive wheels, body kit, and wing seem to be the trending style among the Scion FR-S and Subaru BR-Z crowd.
The Rocket Bunny kit has been quite popular with the FR-S and BR-Z crowd and since they practically the same vehicle, you see the kit on both cars. This blue Vortech Supercharged Subaru BR-Z has on the Rocket Bunny version two kit which was just released not too long ago.
It’s almost rare to see a FR-S or BR-Z without a Rocket Bunny kit these days so it’s a breath of fresh air to see something more different. Check out those fog light housings! We have some similar setups for the stock body vehicle as well.
However, I digress, the Rocket Bunny version two comes with LED daytime running lights arranged in a row which is quite unique. They go very well with the more aggressive styling of the newer kit.
Did we mention there are some pretty cool engine swaps as well at SEMA? The same FR-S above is rocking a single turbo 2JZ-GTE motor from a Toyota Supra instead of the traditional 4 cylinder 4U-GSE that came from the factory.
More 2JZ swaps? Sure why not; this time it’s on the newer 2014 Lexus IS350 Sport. The new Lexus IS models are also quite popular this year as well as the other newer models to hit showroom floors from all the manufacturers.
This VIP Auto Salon and Robert Evans collaboration of the 2014 Lexus IS350 F Sport is quite a looker, aggressive lines and a loud wheel color choice go very well together.
And of course, we have the not-so-aggressive builds such as this A’pexi Lexus IS. Subtle changes to the exterior go a long way.
There is also the new 2014 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray on display! The lines are more sharp and straight rather than contoured like the previous models, but it’s definitely not bad looking.
Since SEMA draws a whole variety of builds, it’s not surprising to see fully built race cars sitting at various vendor booths around the convention center. The Evasive Motorsports Scion FR-S is definitely no slouch and is competing in the Global Time Attack/Super Lap Battle event later this month at Buttonwillow Raceway in Southern California.
The aerodynamics on race cars may seem strange and ugly to some, but function over form is preferred by these race teams. The FX Motorsports Acura NSX is a great example of this and is also competing in the Global Time Attack/Super Lap Battle.
Other vehicles like this Nissan GT-R from R-Rydes is sporting a set of LED lights in the front bumper; these seem like daytime running lights to us.
This is just a small sample of all the vehicles and things you would see at the SEMA show in Las Vegas, NV this year. We recommend to check out the websites that these pictures are from for a full and more detailed coverage.
Stay tuned for part 2 of the coverage which should be uploaded tomorrow.