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Who do you guys think make the best under-car kits? And the what series is the kit? I have a blue Street Glow Gold Series kit, it is very bright and I've seen a lot of the rinky-dink Lite Glow kits rolling around and mine is much brighter! I've been asked by 2 people how I got it so bright? I just told them STREET GLOW. And I guess www.plasmaglow.com is coming out with a LED under car kit. PlasmaGlow FUSION LED Under Car Kits bring under car lighting to a whole new level! Over 500 Digitally Controlled LEDs power this kit, and provide the ability to display any of SEVEN colors at the push of a button. Also included is the Digital Control Box that gives you the power to strobe, fade and even pulses your kit to the music in your car. Easy plug-in installation makes this kit a breeze to install! The PlasmaGlow standard 2 50" tubes and 2 38" tubes are less than one inch in diameter. If I hadn't gotten the SG kit I woulda got this hands down. It's also supposed to be 3 times brighter than any other under car kits available. Let me know what you think!
 

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from the reasearch I did Low Glow has the brightest kits available. Thats why I went with them.
 

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Low Glow and Street Glow Gold series are the best two options available for neon kits in my opinion. I've installed and owned both and believe they are equal in brightness. The Street Glows were about half again larger in diameter though which made them harder to mount under some cars. They basically have the same warranty and I've had equally good luck with customer service from both.

New "LED" bars huh. Well it had to happen sometime, every other lighting system has some type of LED option for it (other than headlamps, but I see that happening soon enough). I'm with Warlord though, LEDs can't duplicate the "glow" of neon. They are much more focused so I can't see them providing the smooth glow pattern of a neon tube.

The advantage I can see of LEDs is that they would be much more durable than neon tubes. While I had them on my old car I think I went through 4 various tubes and two different kits. The first breakage came when my car was wrongfully towed (lost two that time from twisting of the car on the back of the tow truck). The second was when I got rear-ended (the rear one was broken by the impact and then the body shop broke a side one trying to straighten the frame rail). The kit switch came in the middle somewhere. I first had Low Glow, then went to Street Glow, then because the tubes were too thick and didn't hide well, I went back to Low Glow...
 

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Street Glow Gold Series.
 

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Actually I saw a pic of those LED undercar kits, they're extremely bright but don't look exactly the same. But they're not sharply focused either.
 

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I have Low glow on mine, and ive been more than happy with the amout of light they put off, and the fact im going on two years of having them on with no problems.
 
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