I saw those (someone posted in my other enquiry) but wasnt sure if the lighting output is good. Probably is, but i went for the Philips since ive read a lot of usage in a Porsche Cayman forum- it matches that of the Porsche LEDs in output. The ad (TFL lighting) shows that it has a curve that better fits the fog grill. The Philips are straight across, but not noticeable once they are tucked away in the grill.Can you get a close up of the LEDs, not on. I am curious to see how well they fit in the fog grilles, or if there is a gap.
Something like this look.
I researched and shopped around and found Philips the affordable and easy to install.hey I got a question about the philips LED DRL.
I saw an ebay seller said "Not recommended for European cars because current still available after engine shut off"
So I just want to confirm with you guys before I buy it ... and it does seem to be the genuine philips LED DRL.
I had to trim the back slat (as you can see on the pics below. You would also need to remove the center rib. I used a rotary tool / cutting wheel(similare to dremmel) and pliers to pull some of the excess rib. Be patient.Thanks tip!
I have the 06 non-S line fog light cover, basically same as yours. Did you have to trim a lot off the cover to fit the LED light? Or no?
^^^ that last one got sold! If it was the LED5 for 70GBP, then thats a good pricel! although i wonder how much was shippingThe box looks the same here: http://www.amazon.co.uk/PHILIPS-DAY...=2025&creative=165953&creativeASIN=B004648GSY