Thats what I'm wondering? You have an '04 with the comp. pak.? I see the interior has the accents around the air vents that are on the '05 ions, you don't have the comp. pak. wheels, but do have the lights and gauge. Did you add those parts on to an '04?Blue N Boosted said:How did you get the fog lights and boost guage if you have the non-competition package rims, and on car domain it says you have an '04 redline??
I've heard about the possible problems with the harnesses, and thank you for sharing about your experience with these bulbs. If you could please tell me where i can get the relays you speak of i would appreciate it.zfactor said:just be aware i sold these for a year and they are most definatly not a very reliable bulb. we had so many returns on them blowing out or melting harness' we stopped carrying them. please keep your eye on you 9007 plugs, gm and ford's were the most prone to the pluge melting down to total mush, next was nissan's. if these are higher than 55 watts please do yourself a favor and either buy a high output light harness ot take power directly from the battery through 30 amp bosch style relays. this will ensure they will not melt down. i agree they look good not as good as the real deal but nokya's look very good compared to most other brands.
I'm letting you know, I want to see pics.RedLined said:The first few pics are of my 04 Red Line which was lost to a fire. I now have an 05 Competition Red Line with a wheel swap. If anyone wants to see pics of the black Red Line that got my rims, or very detailed pics of my burnt 04, let me know.
I can't tell you the story, for legal reasons, but lets just say it had to do with the engine getting really hot. The thread for the backwards wiring on the intercooler pump had not been started yet, but i'm not saying that was what caused the fire.max_boost said:I want to see (and hear the story behind) the burnt RL.