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George's DRL's

on Tue Mar 21, 2017 11:58 pm
Had them for ages, agonised over where to fit them...

Finally got around to it and wired them into an engine relay so they only come on when the engine is started.

Close up shows where the lamp guard was previously broken, mended by me with epoxy resin, then dipped. But you barely notice unless you are up close and personal. It's fixed, so I don't need to worry...



And a far away shot....

They get me noticed and that's all that counts.

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Re: George's DRL's

on Wed Mar 22, 2017 2:32 pm
No more modding! They look quite subtle. Which is good. Do not chav up the Range!!!
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Re: George's DRL's

on Wed Mar 22, 2017 2:53 pm
I could have chavved it, but I chose not to.

I was told I should swap the headlamps for the L322 "upgrade" I chose not to as I would have to cut and grind. There are no large exhausts nor are there any spoilers.

DRL's are to get noticed.

I have noticed, people tend to hesitate when they see you coming, rather than pull into your path. I think it is because the brightness of the lights confuse them momentarily so they can't calculate your true speed. Thus, they are indeed a safety measure.

The best bit is they are easy to remove should the need arise Cool
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