Does anyone know if there is a writeup of how to make the integrated fogs in a 1st gen independent from the low beams, so I could drive around with just the fogs on?
Haha.Yawpz. Pupuz is where its at breh.Haha true that. Oh man im lovin all the poke bowls and taro chips and all the snacks. Like dried clams and stuff. Omggg. What do they call it? Pupus?
That color you had them coated is killer. Looks great. Moar pics with them on the car!These are them. They take a bit of work to get them to fit and you definitely have to be lowered for them. http://www.tirerack.com/wheels/WheelCloseUpServlet?target=runWheelSearch&initialPartNumber=C379048514B&wheelMake=TRMotorsport&wheelModel=C3&wheelFinish=Black+Painted&showRear=no&autoMake=Mazda&autoModel=MX-5+Miata+SCCA+STR+Class&autoYear=2006&autoModClar=&filterFinish=All&filterSize=All&filterBrand=All&filterSpecial=false&filterNew=All&filterWeight=All&sort=Brand
They look bad ass sir!!What does everyone think of my custom DRLs? I cut out the lower mesh bumper pieces, then positioned the LEDs snugly inside and used JB Weld to secure them and fill in some small gaps. I then masked off the main part of the LED housing where the light shines through, but painted the mesh grille and the sides of the LED housing black.
Right now I wired them so they're on the 15A engine fuse (on when the keys are in ignition, and stays on for a few seconds after you remove your keys) and they turn off if I turn on my fogs.
The pictures make them seem uneven, but it's just the angle I took the pictures from. They actually put off a fair amount of light... not enough to drive at night but it should make other drivers see me easily during the day.