What type of neon under car kits are best?? Are LED kits just as good as the regular neons? I have a 93 LS and wondering what kind of under car neons are best? I heard Street Glow Gold Series is pretty good but i was also looking at Redline UltraBright neons that has 4 different modes. What are all your opinions??
If you wanted to do this...then I suggest StreetGlow Gold series. I think they are probably the best.
If you wanted to pay the extra $50 for LED lights, then that's up to you. I think the benefits of LED over Neon would be that LEDs wouldn't be so fragile and may take more abuse than neon tubes, and they say the LED lights make a smoother glow all around the car (instead of having some spots brighter than others). That's straight from the StreetGlow website:
I got Street Glow under my 6 (blue) front, back, and both sides and it's real sweet! Street Glow is the way to go or if too much try Eurolight. Redline has a series of neons the have strobes and 7 different colors in one.
Yeah body kits are kinda going out of style too. Its all about being hellaflush now
'94 ls 5 speed. cai, 6k hids, 5% tint, kicker/alpine type r speakers, 03' Mazda 3 wheels, tokico illumina struts w/Megan racing springs. ridden on 5 or bust, king 6 pass. motor mount, front and back poly mount inserts, ebc redstuff pads all around, protégés rear caliper conversion, 5th waterpump in 2 years, 4th dusty in 2 years also, bad temp gauge sending unit, bad rho2 sensor, bad vris#1 solenoid...other things I'm forgetting wouldn't give this car up for anything!!
'08 znen 150cc scoot, this is the summer time fun
when i had underglow i went with ledglow. I had a 7 color kit and it was pretty nice. I dont think i would ever try neon tubes due to them being so fragile. Ill warn you there is a good chance your lights wont stay on your car long if you drive your car much. (unless where you live has nice flat roads).
the ledglow kit had all sorts of functions and you could expand it to have interior lights and/or engine bay lights. If im not mistaken they even had wheel well lights.