Diode Dynamics is a leading designer, manufacturer, and retailer of automotive LED lighting products, well-known for its high efficiency. The company is always driven by innovation and development of its products, which is clearly shown in its...
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SmartTap CF18 (LM449) Flasher Relay
Designed and Manufactured in St. Louis, Missouri!
The SmartTap™ is a replacement turn signal flasher module compatible with any vehicle using a CF18 (LM449) Flasher. Programming each mode is simple with the help of the included programming guide and the...
All the items came off my 2015 Series Blue BRZ, they were on the car 3-4 months and are in like new condition. All pieces include shipping to the lower 48.
1- Invidia front pipe resonated, $235
2- Beatrush aluminum reverse lock out lever, (Blue) $45
Diode Dynamics All ways on kit, $40
I recently ordered the BRZ tail as turn kit from Diode Dynamics for my 2015 Subaru Legacy, which uses the same connector as the BRZ. Based on pictures/info on this and other BRZ/FRS forums, the pin layout of the connector is different than that of my Legacy. If someone could tell me the pin...
Research Automotive Lighting
At Diode Dynamics, we want our fellow enthusiasts to be educated on automotive lighting products, so that they know they are purchasing the best products on the market. We have devoted this portion of our website to doing just that. Here you'll find information on...
Hi everyone Ive been in this forum for a while now but never had the chance to make a build thread lol ok so first off I got the car back in sept 2012 with 5miles on it. I ended up getting the premium bc I really didnt want to spend extra cash on what the limited has. I'd rather spend them on...
Hello BRZ people - I just drove home in my new BRZ (Premium, Black). I've been a fan of Subaru for a long time
I somewhat reluctantly traded in my 2000 Miata SE (6sp). I loved that car, but at 6'1" I'm getting too old to fold myself in and out of it :)
After a short shakedown drive (break-in...