[TR] LiteZupp LED lights
jdinnis at gmail.com
Fri Dec 4 10:45:05 MST 2009
I have not used this exact brand, but I do have a
"drop-in-replacement" 1157 LED conversion on my motorccyle. I have
two issues with it. First, the viewing angle of the LED's is not very
good. Mine seem to be about 30degrees, which is terrible. I would
want at least 90 degrees if I was going to invest in new LED bulbs,
preferable 135 degrees. Second, the impeadance of the LED bulbs, is
not right. They cause the turn signal blinker to run way too slow. I
got around this by using an electronic flasher unit, but this is not
always a viable option.
On Fri, Dec 4, 2009 at 3:55 AM, Tim Gaines <mtgaines at mail.presby.edu> wrote:
> I looked at the cottage industry site Karl wrote about awhile back and saw
> an interesting looking product. LiteZupp (url below) has LED units that
> direct plug-in replacements for the usual 1156 and 1157 light bulbs. They
> claim the units are much brighter and, of course, take much less current.
> I'm tempted, but the $25 price per unit isn't trivial. Has anyone tried
> these out? Apologies if this has already come up.
> 1980 Spitfire
> 1974 TR6
>> Here's a link I just received, to an interesting site that lists numerous
>> small suppliers of unique British car parts, accessories, and services.
>> of Triumph-specific guys in the list, as well as other good stuff. Some
>> some British-based.
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