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Looking good. (just make sure you don't accidently run them on the street)

Yeah, that mod bug bites hard!
 

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Plasma lights are the newest and best lights out now. You'll find LED lights aren't very bright. I went to the manufacturers of the lights install shop to have them put in. They come with a lifetime warranty, so you get what you pay for.
 

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Plasma is not the technical name for the actual LED type used. The technical name for the newer style LEDs on the halos is COB, which stands for Chip on Board. "Plasma" is an unrelated term coined by a clever marketing department.

We carry COB rings and have more options coming within the next two weeks

COB rings are very bright and arguably the most reliable style of halo available today

If you'd like to learn more about COB rings, or halos in general, feel free to call us: (314) 205-303

Even if you just want to learn, we are here to help clear things up for everyone and make sure you know all the facts

Nick C.
 

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I'm not afraid to ask the stupid questions...so here you go....do those stay on when you turn the headlights on? I'm assuming they come on with the park lights?
 

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I'm not afraid to ask the stupid questions...so here you go....do those stay on when you turn the headlights on? I'm assuming they come on with the park lights?
No, I have an on and off button next to the trunk release button. The Halo button illuminates red when it's on so I won't forget to turn it off before driving. Unfortunately, it's not legal to drive around with red, yellow, or orange lights yet!!
 

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No, I have an on and off button next to the trunk release button. The Halo button illuminates red when it's on so I won't forget to turn it off before driving. Unfortunately, it's not legal to drive around with red, yellow, or orange lights yet!!
I thought amber and white were ok, red and blue could be a problem though, maybe each state is different.
 
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