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post #1 of 23 (permalink) Old 08-27-2009, 09:15 PM Thread Starter
 
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here is a pic of my new lights
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what kind o lights are they? (brand wise)
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Looks Like It Makes A Big Difference. Enjoy
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Where'd you get those?? And what price??

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i got them from vvme.com
they were about $95 (thats including shipping) and they work really nice
sorry it too so long to reply, my laptop charger was busted and i had to fix it lol
getting my subs this weekend and then i got get some tint and then when all that is done get my wheels powder coated black.... wont take too long with my new job so ill keep updating pics along the way
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Cool cool. Are they easy to install and is there any wiring required?

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i got them from vvme.com
they were about $95 (thats including shipping) and they work really nice
sorry it too so long to reply, my laptop charger was busted and i had to fix it lol
getting my subs this weekend and then i got get some tint and then when all that is done get my wheels powder coated black.... wont take too long with my new job so ill keep updating pics along the way
when your installing your sub if your using stock head unit your prolly gonna have to splice into the speaker wire just fyi.. thats what i had to do. 95 bucks?! nice that goes on my to do list then. where did you buy?
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Woa.....Way off topic bro. I was wondering if you had to do any extra wiring or if they are plug and go.

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post #10 of 23 (permalink) Old 09-27-2009, 09:45 PM Thread Starter
 
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no, no extra wiring necessary for my lights... idk about other brands
and i got the subs installed no problem, they sound great and i did have to do some splicing but that was not a big deal...
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