They are normally $59.99 a pair, though. Note that they’re currently marked down to $49.99 for the normal set and $79.99 for the mega-bright set(as of 9/4/2014).
UPDATE: Note that if you use these LEDs, you’re going to need an LED-capable blinker relay…that’s the case with any upgrade to LEDs. It can be found here (same site). The price is $19.99, as of 10/7/2014.
EDIT: So, I replaced the blown Precision LED bulb with the SuperBright LED and left the other Precision LED bulb in the housing, just to see if I could get a good comparison between the two. The SB LED is a LOT brighter, so much so that I might have to put them both in, just so the lighting doesn’t look ‘off’. I’ll see if I can capture it on video, but here’s an evening picture comparison, with the SB LED on the left, above the lighthouses:
Not much. I can’t even remember the last time I washed it. I’ve a safety inspection due by the end of October, though, and I need several things done before then. I need to replace a stripped lug stud on the rear driver side hub (and I also need a new lug…I may buy new lugs). I also need a new set of LED licence plate lights (one stopped working…less than a year after purchase). I probably need those before I can pass inspection.
What’s my next purchase(s) for the car? I was supposed to get window tint 2 years ago (LOL), so I guess that needs to happen soon. I also want a Nameless midpipe to match my axleback system (it’ll give me some slight hp/torque gains without having to worry about a tune)…those are a bit expensive, though, at approx. $500. I also want a sway bar set, in case I decide to autocross next year.
It’s getting cold enough to where I’m noticing the tires are “lumpy” when I first drive it during the day, but it’s still a bit too early to put on the winter tires without getting some tire wear. I’m wondering if it’s going to snow this year (it’s predicted to be a pretty bad winter)…we’ll see.