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Old 05-22-2018, 09:05 PM
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can you take some pics under direct sun light? i wanna see how bright they are.
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Originally Posted by Arxylis View Post
I'm not sure about the high beams that come with it. I got LEDs from Hikari and they fit but I had to modify the round cover so that I could run the cable through that goes to the LED driver. I zip tied the driver to the headlight wiring harness. Unfortunately, I didn't get any pictures of this.
How did you get the Hikari H7 LEDS to fit? I purchased the same setup and tried to install them today and the clip for the standard h7 bulb won't go over the fan/back of the Hikari LEDS. I'm baffled by how you made it work/fit?!?! Any help would be GREATLY APPRECIATED!! 😀👍
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Old 07-09-2018, 03:39 PM
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I agree these are a bit busy for the Gís lines but like that it shows GTR similarities. How has the quality been? Iíve seen some LED WRX taillights that I like but the build quality is awful. So many peopleís LEDís on those burn out and sure they have a 1 year warranty that they honor, but kinda SOL after that yearís up. These been holding up?
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Old 07-10-2018, 11:17 AM
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Originally Posted by Ryemageddon View Post
How did you get the Hikari H7 LEDS to fit? I purchased the same setup and tried to install them today and the clip for the standard h7 bulb won't go over the fan/back of the Hikari LEDS. I'm baffled by how you made it work/fit?!?! Any help would be GREATLY APPRECIATED!! 😀👍
Sorry for the delayed response, I'm not on here much anymore.

If you partially insert the bulb, then flip the clip over it, you can insert it the rest of the way and get it to latch. It takes a bit of patience to get it to line up right.
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Old 07-10-2018, 11:19 AM
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I agree these are a bit busy for the Gís lines but like that it shows GTR similarities. How has the quality been? Iíve seen some LED WRX taillights that I like but the build quality is awful. So many peopleís LEDís on those burn out and sure they have a 1 year warranty that they honor, but kinda SOL after that yearís up. These been holding up?
I didn't have any problems with LED's burning out or moisture ingress. I traded my G in at the end of February though so I don't have any other updates on the lights.
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^wat are they giving for g37 trade ins now days?
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^wat are they giving for g37 trade ins now days?
About 7k for mine. 110k miles, 2008.
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Old 07-17-2018, 11:59 PM
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Thanks for the info. I went with a different led bulb that fit easier.

On on a different note I figured out what that extra block of light is above the “core section” of lighting. It’s the inner square lens closest to the round high beam lens. I don’t see there’s any adjustment for that specific one though.....
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Anybody know how I can have the LED accent strip ON all the time like a DRL without having to switch on the parking lights?
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Has anyone found a fix for the light bleed making a box shape on the garage door?
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Has anyone found a fix for the light bleed making a box shape on the garage door?
Mine are the same way. Probably just going to have to live with it. The light pattern is horrible but it does illuminate every thing in front of you.
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How have these held up a year later??

How have these held up? Im stuck between going with these since it seems to be cheaper than buying one oem headlight ... my stocks have water in passanger and caused ballast to go.. so need something asap
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Old 11-02-2018, 04:45 PM
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How have these held up? Im stuck between going with these since it seems to be cheaper than buying one oem headlight ... my stocks have water in passanger and caused ballast to go.. so need something asap
i say go for it. I paid $360 something with the 15% off coupon eBay runs once a month. They look cool and they do illuminate your entire field of vision. Haven't been flashed yet. Those box things do light up road signs from quit a distance. You don't really notice it unless you're facing a building though. You'll need to buy a new ballast cause you're supposed to transfer your old ones over. Install isn't hard just a little time consuming if it's your first time doing it. I suggest a cordless drill or impact wrench. Also I had to push on the headlights before i tightened up the screws to get it to line up. I did it myself but a Nissan/infiniti shop said they would have charged a 100-150 dollars. I didn't take off the entire bumper either. I took off everything except the ones on the bottom. Just lay a sheet on the ground and you can just bend the bumper out of the way. I still have a little gap where the bumper meets the hood but I'll try to fix that later.
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Code? Lol

Whats the code I have mine in ebay shopping cart for $420
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Whats the code I have mine in ebay shopping cart for $420
That code been expired. You'll have to download the eBay app and accept notifications. About once a month for 1 day or maybe a week they will give out a code for 15 or 20 percent off your entire purchase. A couple of weeks ago was the last time they did it
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