Our F1 style Subaru LED rear fog/brake light for the WRX, WRX STi, Impreza, and Crosstrek is an extremely popular LED light many Subaru enthusiasts like to add to their tail end. Not only does it replace their lower bumper bezel with a highly functional running light, but it also has an awesome strobing effect as they apply their brakes to warn drivers behind them that they are stopping in style. With a straightforward installation process, it’s no wonder the F1 style LED tail/brake lamp are practically flying off the shelves! While the wiring is simple, it’s also easy to get them mixed up and as a result, the Subaru LED brake light doesn’t work as it should. So what do you do?
Last time on #storefrontfriday, we explored the latest generation Nissan GT-R and its full-bodied appearance that needed no aftermarket parts to bring out its true potential. Our incredibly lucky driver brought a friend to upgrade the interior lights of his Mazda MX-5 Miata, which arguably has one of the cleanest looks a 2-door sports coupe could ever have. With a sleek jet black paint job, @nd_rf has the best looking Miata on the road today.
One of the more expensive car models to roll into our storefront, the latest generation Nissan GT-R was spotted one day and I couldn’t wait to come down and take some shots. The GT-R is definitely a top-tier sports car in terms of its full-body appearance and JDM aura, especially in stock. There’s no need to do much custom work to bring out its potential but a few lights and accessories here and there certainly don’t hurt. @wildboyZLA came by to spruce up his side marker lights with LED light bulbs.
Many pick up trucks like the Dodge RAM boasts a fairly powerful look and aura that is felt wherever it drives. With its signature ram insignia, the 1500 is often a truck model that is easily spotted. A powerful drive, plentiful storage space, and a comfortable interior that hugs even the most rugged guy are all things you can expect when you step into a Dodge RAM 1500. Such a stunning profile can only be bolstered by a 42″ double-row LED light bar.
A few months ago, I started taking notice of the different kinds of cars that come by our storefront and started paying attention to the custom work done. I decided that taking pictures of our customers’ work in progress was a good way to get to know them and if anything, have material to post and write about. Many of them were JDM oriented and Sam’s Scion FR-S/Toyota 86 was no exception. I went downstairs to take a closer look.