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 Post subject: head light bulbs, with iceled capability.. ADRIAN!!!!
PostPosted: Tue Dec 07, 2004 2:03 am 
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http://www.autobulbsdirect.co.uk/led.htm

basically them, with some high power coloured LED's as well.. so can drive and have iceled colour...

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Hmm. There's alot of these LED bulb replacements appearing on the market. First let me advise caution - many are hopelessly underpowered for the task despite what the advertising may suggest.

If we do it, It'll be done right :wink:

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My mate put led's in his headlight, couldn't see a thing at night lol. Would like iceled headlights though, I know they'd be safe to use :)

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hehe... just saying there is a definated market for iceled headlights...

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unfortunatly it may be a long time before they coime out with any LEDs for headlights, seeing that there not bright enough to acomplish the task. The only way to do it now days is to put hundreds it not thousands of LEDs in place of your current headlight housing. Now if you wanted it just for show then that is a different story, but they probably could make them for the reverse lights. For me I will just stick to putting in some of the tubes.


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true the technology of developing them so that they are bright and safe enough to use on the roads has not yet been released.

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adrian said that there are LEDs that could do it... but they get very hot... and are very expensive

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and there very bright!!

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if it does get done. Please do some universal ones, not many fit my Alfa romeo 147

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adrian said that there are LEDs that could do it... but they get very hot... and are very expensive


I have seen a demp of these sorts of LED's and they are indeed bright. They are used for studio lighting.


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Are these those Luxeon LEDs?

Does anybody know of a website that I can read up on them?

Not the Luxeon website but a company that uses them in their products.


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There are better devices than Luxeons out there... hint :wink:


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Like...? what?

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I'm taking it you're talking about the leds used in the comment mentioned in my thread too? I'm saving up already ;)

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Look at Ultraleds.com.

They have some standard 12v replacement lamps. No ICELED ones tho :(

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