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I installed the led interior kit today(1 chip/red). When instaling the front map lights, it looked like a heat shield or reflector was used for the stock lights. When the new lights were put in, I tried it with the reflector piece, but it blocked most of the light. I just removed it so the lights are much brighter. My question is that by removing these pieces, will the lights overheat the plastic, or were the pieces actually reflectors?
 

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No they won't overheat the plastic. I have 3chip LEDs and I took the reflector out too.
 

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Cool, thanks. DO you have any pics? I though mine was really bright, I want to see how insanely bright yours is.
 

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I actually don't have any pics but they are REALLY bright. They gave me a really bad headache at first.
 

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:rofl: I can't even imagine that
 

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I went through three different types of LED's, thought they were useless, until someone said you must remove the heat shield. Wow what a difference, super bright. I felt quite silly. It is not required with LEDs
 

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Thanks. WOW! Those are bright. I am fine with having the one chip map lights, but I wouldn't mind having the 3 chip rear lights. The 1 chip rear really aren't that bright. They are actually more dull than the stock lights.
 

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Yea it took me about a month before I could leave them on for more than a few min's without hurting me head/eyes.
 

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