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Hey I guys. I know people have been wanting to do something with that rear reflector. Weather it is to complete delete it or putting a rear fog light or something. They have it for sale on ebay. Looks cool.

I would consider doing this. Would you? Although it is $100. That would be the only thing from stopping me. I would do it for sure if it had been somewhere around $45. But I don't know if that is the doing price for a set up like that


[Hyundai 2011-2012 VELOSTER Turbo] Rear Bumper 2Way LED Reflector Module 1SET (Ebay posting)

BTW I don't know if anyone posted this or not. I checked and didn't see anything about this. sorry if it is a repost.
 

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Hey I guys. I know people have been wanting to do something with that rear reflector. Weather it is to complete delete it or putting a rear fog light or something. They have it for sale on ebay. Looks cool.

I would consider doing this. Would you? Although it is $100. That would be the only thing from stopping me. I would do it for sure if it had been somewhere around $45. But I don't know if that is the doing price for a set up like that


[Hyundai 2011-2012 VELOSTER Turbo] Rear Bumper 2Way LED Reflector Module 1SET (Ebay posting)

BTW I don't know if anyone posted this or not. I checked and didn't see anything about this. sorry if it is a repost.
I already had these installed on my car. its pretty cool.
 

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well giving this picture, the outer is connected to the parking/signal light and the rest are connected to the brake light. I honestly do not know how they are doing that wave light trick.
 

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Those specific ones from ebay: They are ONLY the modules, so you have to install them yourself. If you purchase them we will not do any warranty work. Buy those at your own risk and hope that company sends you the correct module and doesn't break in transit. (They aren't authorized to sell our products, but we can't do anything about it).

Please only buy from exledshop.com to know that you are getting the correct product which includes a warranty. We also sell it pre-installed in the housing. Worth it. Cutting open the reflector housing is a little more difficult than you may think if you aren't experienced. People have re-bought these (and the non flashing type) because they failed in cutting open the reflector properly.

There is a video of the wave action on this page, that ebay page, and our product page...just play the video and you will be able to see the wave action.

BTW, it has been posted, but no worries.
 

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@exLEDSHOP OH MAN I didn't even see any of that. AWESOME!

Yeah people do not buy from that ebay crap. Buy from exLEDSHOP.

I have a question for @exLEDSHOP, is there anyway people can buy this without it doing the wave? I like how it flashes when you press the brake pedal because it gets peoples attention more effectively. But I rather not have that wave function occur after a few seconds of the brakes being applied.

thanks =)

btw, sorry for the repost. I hadn't seen it here.
 

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I believe there is a way. I will talk to our engineer to make a new computer chip. Should be easy enough to do.
 

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Can anybody post pics/video of these installed on their car?
These look so cool, I ordered them the other day from exLED and would also be interested in video of them actually on a VT. A HOWTO would be even better as I don't think instructions are included. Got the version including the OEM reflector as I don't fancy cutting open my fitted reflector.

I have downloaded relevant wiring and body diagrams from www.hyundaitechinfo.com and it doesn't look like it will be too hard, just not sure if rear bumper has to be removed or not yet. Anyone know if there is enough access from underneath to change the reflectors without removing the bumper?.
 

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These look so cool, I ordered them the other day from exLED and would also be interested in video of them actually on a VT. A HOWTO would be even better as I don't think instructions are included. Got the version including the OEM reflector as I don't fancy cutting open my fitted reflector.

I have downloaded relevant wiring and body diagrams from www.hyundaitechinfo.com and it doesn't look like it will be too hard, just not sure if rear bumper has to be removed or not yet. Anyone know if there is enough access from underneath to change the reflectors without removing the bumper?.
Yeah like exLEDSHOP said, you more than likely will need to remove the bumper. Splicing wires is an easy thing to do. when you do the install, take pics and tell us what is the best way to do it =)
 

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When i installed mine, I didnt had to remove the bumper. I just jacked up the rear and installed by under the bumper with a L shape screw driver. But it would have been easier removing the rear bumper.
 

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Ooo cant wait to have a little extra cash to order mine
 
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