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    if your talking about mine it is stock
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    sorry wrong thread. there was a blue rex that had a carbon fiber hood

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    Can anyone tell me if the Phillips Silvervision PY21W's will fit the stock '02 Bugeye's headlights?

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    dunno it's reference to the 1156.



    edit: nevermind, no it wont.
    the 1156 has the pins 180* from each other..

    The PY21W is like this:
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    Thanks for the heads up man. So I take it I've gotta look for a 1156 that's "Silver Chromed"?

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    Quote Originally Posted by chelo View Post
    anybody painted theirs white?
    pics?

    I know it's a little late, but I had to refresh this thread to find the size for the PVC connector and I saw this post. I did mine white the first time, black this time.

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    Ahh this looks awesome, definitely will try this when the weather is warmer around here.. hopefully I don't screw up lol. *knocks on wood*

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    Hi guys

    So im new to the Scooby scene but been reading this forum for a very long time. So 2 months ago i bought my 1st stunning bugeye rex and now 8 years after the original Koji mod i have done mine today with a little bit of a twist to keep it up to the latest trends. Still a work in progress as i still want to fit projectors. But let me know what you guys think

    Im from South Africa so we dont really have access to alot of mod parts for the Scoob so i do everything myself. Even the lip spoiler on the front bumper i made myself
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    that's sweet!! what LEDs did you use? Do you have schematics of the wiring you did? They look really nice.

    Welcome to ClubWRX, as well~!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rogan View Post
    that's sweet!! what LEDs did you use? Do you have schematics of the wiring you did? They look really nice.

    Welcome to ClubWRX, as well~!

    Thanx Rogan. They are strip LED's that the guys nornally use for illuminated signs. They are surprisingly bright in daylight. No fancy wiring as they are 12V so just tapped them into the existing parklight wiring.

    Still need to do the driverside light and was asked by my work to do a step by step pictorial, can load them here as well if there is an interest.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bugeye Scoob CT View Post
    Thanx Rogan. They are strip LED's that the guys nornally use for illuminated signs. They are surprisingly bright in daylight. No fancy wiring as they are 12V so just tapped them into the existing parklight wiring.

    Still need to do the driverside light and was asked by my work to do a step by step pictorial, can load them here as well if there is an interest.
    most definitely do!


    where'd you get the LEDs?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rogan View Post
    most definitely do!


    where'd you get the LEDs?

    From the signage company next door to where i work so it cost me nothing to do the mod. I work at a bodyshop so the paint was also free. Here is a pic of the LED strip before it was installed and sprayed black.
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    that's cool! i need to source those here in the states, for another project I'm working on..
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rogan View Post
    that's cool! i need to source those here in the states, for another project I'm working on..
    whats nice is that you get them in various colors. So you can use it for a lot of applications. My next mod will be to use them in a custom tail light assembly that im planning, similiar to the new Audi A4

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    PM me a part number or something for them, if you can find one. Please?
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    '01 Dodge 2500 CTD 6-holed hand-shaker - 3850# dual disk - 900 lb/ft - SOLD
    '97 Dodge 3500 CTD DUALLY built Auto - 40psi boosties - 750 lb/ft

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