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Old 09-04-04, 02:08 AM
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You guy's are lucky. We don't have this stuff for the SC. LLS is converting this climate unit into a full cathode tube converted unit. While i had it here i snapped a pic of it and i gotta say, you IS guy's have it good with all these aftermarket parts.

Sometime later i'll update the thread with a pic of the all cathode lit climate unit.
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Cathodes are very useful in the IS where EL technology is used by lexus. Led's and bulbs are weak in the EL world, which is why we designed the Shadowboxer clusters.

Our next step was to finish our dedicated commitment to only put out world class conversions, rather than bulb caps and blotchy led's. The IS climate depends on a proper lighting source to be even, bright, and perfect.

We have stepped into the cold cathode world to get this done. NOONE but LLS goes so far to ensure you have the best lighting solutions, brightest, and most dependable units. Our products are not holes and patches fix it jobs, they are world class custom engineered units.

We look forward to updating you on this climate very shortly as LLS exclusive patent pending cathode conversion unfolds right before your eyes.
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You know... the great thing about cathodes is.... they come in all colors
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man that a/c unit is so fine i wish i knew whose's it was

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wow, those look hot++!!
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That looks really cool, but how is it supposed to light up the entire A/C unit? Or is it not designed to do that? Is it just for show?
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that looks sweet...
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Very nice. Can't wait for the final product.

Will these be available for sale when they're final?
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