CreationWe took everything we learned from an already amazing product and made it even better! With all of its amazing features, the V6 Triton has taken the LED turn signal game to another level. The V6 reaches sustained outputs that are not possible in standard plug-in style replacement LED's. The one-piece external heat sink design and high efficiency LED chips allow high output and long-term reliability.
UnmatchedWhile the previous version (V3) was unmatched in the industry, we knew it was time to step up our game. You won't find another product like this on the market - guaranteed!
No Light Loss
Zero light decay in constant high mode
Perfect for daytime running lights and turn signals available
High Quality Driver
High output driver with the best components available
Integrated into the bulb for easier installation
3X brighter than stock
Billet CNC'd with anodized finish and laser engraved lettering
Optical grade polycarbonate lens creates 360° pattern for maximum fill in the housing
Plug N' Play
No splicing or tapping
Miniature sealed waterproof connectors
Universal interface into the lamp assembly
700LM (PER BULB)
We get asked the difference between the different LED color temperatures all the time. The answer is relatively simple when you understand the basics of how the color of light is characterized. For the sake of keeping the topic to LED lighting, only the colors that are typically used in LED lighting will be discussed.
WHICH COLOR SHOULD I CHOOSE?
We offer both 5K and 6K color options. 5K is pure white, and 6K is white with a tint of blue. Both colors offer the same overall light output (lumens).
CAN I GET A PERFECT MATCH TO EXISTING LED BULBS?
It's nearly impossible to get an EXACT match in color temperature because of variations in the manufacturing of HID and LED products. An example of a slight variation is our V6 Triton system, which uses a CREE LED chip and our Series 17 bulbs, which use a proprietary LED chip. Although they are very CLOSE in color, they are not a perfect match. Most people do not notice this difference in typical applications because vehicles rarely have bulbs right next to each other.