Got a couple of questions for those who have done LED accents in their boats. The last thing I want to do is end up with a boat that looks like it came from the set of a "Fast and the Furious" movie. I just want a dim red glow for those late nights on the water. I've seen some do the cupholder mods where they drill a hole in SS cupholders and insert a single LED and wire them all together on a switch (there is even a guy on ebay selling them already made up with the bulbs installed). Or would I be better off doing one tucked up in each side storage compartment and under the dash so that they all shine downward?
I also plan on installing an underwater LED under the platform. Does anyone have a preference in manufacturer?
Here's what I have. They're crappy camera phone pictures so the red looks more orange but you get the idea.
The cup holders have drain holes already in them.
Here is a detailed thread. Ozium think is the brand
For transom lights check out newtys transom led thread. They are visionx I believe..
Yea those are the transom lights I have.
I just purchased the superflux 4 chip lights from oznium, they might be brighter than you want but i would check them out.
What do you think of the transom light? You happy with it?
Originally Posted by bzubke1
I have yet to hear any feedback from anyone on the group buy I did last fall.
Looks good from the pic.
I just installed mine, but I haven't had a chance to test it out at night. I can't see it during the day, lol. The quality is top notch, and the brightness out of the water is incredible, I'm sure it will look awesome at night in the lake!
Originally Posted by newty
I love it. I'm always in pretty murky water, about of foot visibility if your lucky and it's still plenty bright. I wanna take it to clear lake one of these days and see how it looks. I get a lot of compliments and questions.
cool thanks was going to me my next project, when green becomes available or i will just do white.
I had a lot of second thoughts on the white I did on mine until I saw it in clear water. The white looks pretty sweet in clear water.