I think the ring is not really visible as blue with you Xenon on, coz the Xenon is so bright white in color.thais0n said:Looks tight!! But dont you guys get in trouble for having blue lights on your car????
I think different between the Gen IV or Gen V is the light source, and both of them is using light box.hamann330ci said:are those the HID or blue rings? Gen IV or V rings?
Blue Rings from umnitza.com - $55blatt22 said:where did you purchase everything through and what was the cost. I think not having the light boxes would be cleaner and better (not having the hot boxes)
I am using 1/2 watt 220ohms.LAFENGAS said:Looks Excellent, I'm in the middle of completeing my LED DDE's as well. What ohm resistors did you end up using and what wattage? I will be using 1/2 watt, 330ohm resistors to each LED. Let me know.
BTW, to clear up isues I saw with using LED's before.
-They do not burn out easily unless you use too much current through them. (need resistors).
-They are NOT difficult to solder.
-You DO NOT need to color match them at all. If you have the same reistance at each LED, they will emit the same light intensity
-They are a nice clean install as long as you use the right materials (i.e. 22-24awg wire, shrink wrap)
just thought i'd share, becuase I know these issues will hijack the thread.
I am using 1/2 watt 220ohms.
I use 18 guage wire, not as easy to bend as 22 guage, but can supply more current.
I connect the wire to the ECU wire that will still have electricity 10s after you key is off the car. So you can still enjoy the DDE when you are walking away from your car.