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Old 14th April 2006, 21:10   #31
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iv got 4 tubes, paid bout 2800 a pair, blue colours, fixed it in my m800, but the car being small i removed the front n back as it is covering the whole area.
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iv got 4 tubes, paid bout 2800 a pair, blue colours, fixed it in my m800, but the car being small i removed the front n back as it is covering the whole area.
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What brand @ street glow?
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Hey somebodystopme,

I have fitted Multicolor L.E.D. Underbody Kit by Streetglow in my ohc.
I purchased it from Streetglow Hongkong.
Here r the pics...





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Old 15th April 2006, 23:37   #34
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Hey somebodystopme,

I have fitted Multicolor L.E.D. Underbody Kit by Streetglow in my ohc.
I purchased it from Streetglow Hongkong.
Here r the pics...





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Nice car buddy.How much did you got these Led's for??? I am looking for something more brighter check out the link below and see for yourself. I think brightness is the diff between neons and led's..
http://www.team-bhp.com/forum/vbpicg...?do=view&g=216
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Hi,
Can anyone tell me whether genuine Streetglow products (multi-color LED under-carriage lights) are available in Chennai ??

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wait a sec,,,all this talk is confusin man!!
1) tubes were suggested but they were 'make-shift' and 'flimsy'
2) leds are supposed to be too dim
3) neons.....??

SO WHAT THE HELL IS SUMWUN SUPPOSED TO DO?,,,, i mean wat is the ideal product for a car like, say a city??
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Old 16th August 2006, 16:15   #37
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chek out a blueline undercar kit coupled with matching tire lights (in led section) by SG....the rest is for imagination....
http://streetglow.com/index2.htm?../home/main.htm&4

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How much does a 4ft neons cost here in Chennai? I checked and a guy quoted Rs.5-6k for a pair. Is it fine?
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Old 16th August 2006, 20:37   #39
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Thumbs up StreetGlow Neons

if you want good neons in India, you have to shell,but, its worth it
SG Blue Lines available here for RS13,500
SG Gold Series (limited color choices, no blue) Rs 17,000

Here are pics of my cousin's cars with SG neons
(numberplate not blurred as the cars belong to us and we give our consent)







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May be you can use an ordinary 2 feet tubes and put them in a hard 11/4" transparent pipe and convert the 20 volts into 12v.readymade circuits are available and these shine to bright as if you are driving a UFO u can put 2+2 on sides and 1+1 in front and rear without battries going on low and the best part they dont fuse or get hurt by jerks in breaks unless and until you hit the car fron underneath.

These are tubes used in disco'z and they come in yellow,green.purple,aqua.neon blue orange and red and costs not more than Rs.130 per tube so even if 1 breaks its affordable
Hmm....i tried this on my kinetic(not funny,dont laugh)it didnt work coz nobody was able to figure out a way of making it work on a vehicle battery.
Anyways pics are below,bought 4 lights,2pairs of green(a la fast and furious)and blue.IT may or may not work on a car,i dunno but mine are up for grabs for free...1 foot tubes.







As already said,these are reallllllllly bright!!
Anyway experiment and post your experiences.

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definately....blue or green neons are actually quite dull the original streetglow ones i mean.These are for the chumma show purposes....ill try to post ics of the blue tube if i can find it.

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Binz,,

u mean the streetglow ones are not bright enuff??
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Anyone know if the neon tubes can be adapted for home use. Im getting a glass sink nd thinking of using the neons under the counter around the rim of the glass sink..................wht do youll think? will it look cool or a bit too much?
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Anyone know if the neon tubes can be adapted for home use. Im getting a glass sink nd thinking of using the neons under the counter around the rim of the glass sink..................wht do youll think? will it look cool or a bit too much?
He He it will look cool, rather psychedelic.

SG Neons are very very bright, See the illumination below the indica despite of it being in a very well lit basement.
The Gold Series neons are not available in india, they are two times thicker than the usual blue lines or OPTX series that is available here, there is no Automotive neon that compares Gold Series and they are tough too, also waterproof, My cousin once by mistake waded his car in water near Residency road in rainy season and the neons were on, the neons were literally submerged and they came out on , absolutely nothing happened.
He had thought they must have gone .

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Guys, correct me if im wrong but i read somewhere that these things are illegal...
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