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Custom sequential turn signals (front and back)

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Came across this while browsing Korean forums.

They sell them in Korea, but it's a significant DIY. Essentially they made custom PCBs with the diodes, so you have to pull out the light assembly, cook off the lens, replace the circuit board. and re-seal.

But front/back modules are about $200 each (in Korea, ofc), so not prohibitively expensive.
 

MMMGC

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Came across this while browsing Korean forums.

They sell them in Korea, but it's a significant DIY. Essentially they made custom PCBs with the diodes, so you have to pull out the light assembly, cook off the lens, replace the circuit board. and re-seal.

But front/back modules are about $200 each (in Korea, ofc), so not prohibitively expensive.
That looks nice. I was on board until you said that you have to cook your lights. I've done it before on a few sets on other vehicles and its definitely not a fun process. Nor does it have very good outcomes when resealing. Nothing beats the factory sealed lights
 

steelers

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That looks nice. I was on board until you said that you have to cook your lights. I've done it before on a few sets on other vehicles and its definitely not a fun process. Nor does it have very good outcomes when resealing. Nothing beats the factory sealed lights
Agree...risk vs. reward
 
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