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Damn auto correct! Anyone know how to edit the title of a thread to address my spelling error?
 

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What I would say is.... Finally.
I would also add, based on price posted my evo2's with SMS harness were still less $$ so... 6 of one, half a dozen the other.
 

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What I would say is.... Finally.
I would also add, based on price posted my evo2's with SMS harness were still less $$ so... 6 of one, half a dozen the other.
I would also add that the SMS harness is a better solution to give the light quality power over any anti flicker system.

I do dig the new tail lights though. Much sleeker look then some of the other options out there. I just do not have that kind of money.
 

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Still not heated though. Living in Nebraska, can't risk ice or snow buildup in the wintertime while driving on the interstate. The last thing I want to do is pull over and scrape my headlights.
 

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It can be an issue.... worst winter I can remember, fortunately wasn't an issue but..... yesterday driving home in the Poconos. I have found the lights and the wipers do about the same. If I have to clean the one I have to clean the other OR they both stay about fine. Eight(8) inches by the time it was done and very very wet snow.

 

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Couple of things- I wonder if the X-Pel film will reduce snow buildup. I know olive oil will, but that is the last resort. :)
 

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The front face plate looks slightly different. Are there any improvements on the optics or light source?
 

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Still not heated though. Living in Nebraska, can't risk ice or snow buildup in the wintertime while driving on the interstate. The last thing I want to do is pull over and scrape my headlights.
That's really the only reason I'm still leaning away from JW.

Those taillights look sick.
 

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Those tail lights do look good - I like the low profile too.
 
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