ELECTRICAL – Bulbs

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Description & Picture

(may not be an exact representation)

 

No. Required

Watts

Lucas P/N.

Unipart P/N.

Triumph P/N.

Other options

(Vehicles, package types, LED’s etc)

Headlamp

L.H Dip Normal

2

75/60

 

UKC 2423

 

Trucklite 7” LED sealed beams p/n 27270C. 

 

Headlamp

R.H Dip – USA

2

50/40

 

 

514578

Trucklite 7” LED sealed beams p/n 27270C. 

 

Headlamp

R.H Dip – France

2

45/40

411

GLU 411

510219

Trucklite 7” LED sealed beams p/n 27270C. 

 

Headlamp

R.H. Dip – Normal

2

60/50

54523079

GLU 114

215735

Trucklite 7” LED sealed beams p/n 27270C. 

 

Parking lamp

(Front Bumper)

2

4

 

GLB 989

 

SuperBrightLED - BA9S-WHP9:cool White

Turn/Flasher lamp

(Front Bumper)

2

21

382

GLB 382

502379

LiteZupp LED – L56AN

SuperBrightLED - 1156-A27-T:Amber

Marker lamp

(Front Fender / Wing)

2

3

504

GLB 504

518414

SuperBrightLED - WLED-AHP5:Amber

 

Not all markets used these.  Some cars were equipped with a blanking plate in place of the light housing.

 

Instrument panel illumination

(under green lenses)

4

2.2

 

GLB 504

 

T10 / 194

LiteZupp LED – LDS12GNP (these are Green LEDs and therefore polarity sensitive, if lamp fails to light remove, rotate  180 degrees and reinsert)

 

Use Green LEDs or remove the green filter domes inside the instrument cluster

TWOA newsletter: issue 15 (pg 6)  - Jim Thompson

 

Switch Panel

(illumination strip)

 

2

 

286

GLB 286

 

 

Heater control lights

4

2

LLB281

 

 

SuperBrightLED - BA7S-W:cool white

 

The bulbs that illuminate over the heater controls can be replaced with Victoria British TR6 part number 8-197, rated @ 12V 2.0W.  Other part numbers: Lucas LLB281 or TRF LULLB281. TR8CCA newsletter: issue 26 (pg 2) - Tim Buja

 

Cigar Lighter

1

 

 

GLB 643

 

 

Dash Warning  (idiot)

Lights

 

1.2

286

GLB 286

UKC2412

 

Interior Roof Light

(Fixed Head Coupe)

1

 

 

GLB 272

 

 

Interior Map Light

(Fixed Head Coupe)

1

 

 

GLB 239

 

 

Courtesy lamp

(door)

2

6

 

GLB 239

586438

SuperBrightLED - 3710-WWHP6-V2:Warm White (maybe a little to big)

Marker lamp

(Rear Fender / Wing)

2

3

504

GLB 504

518414

SuperBrightLED - WLED-RHP5:Red

 

Not all markets used these.  Some cars were equipped with a blanking plate in place of the light housing.

 

Tail/Parking lamp

(Rear)

2

5

207

GLB 207

57591

LiteZupp LED – LS56RN

SuperBrightLED - 1156-CW27-T:Cool White

Stop (brake) lamp

2

21

382

GLB 382

502379

1156,

LiteZupp LED – LR56RN

SuperBrightLED - 1156-R27-T:Red

 

Use 90 degree LED from LiteZupp.com.  TWOA newsletter: issue 10 (pg 10)  - Ed Krakowiak

 

Turn/Flasher lamp

(Rear)

2

21

382

GLB 382

502379

1156,

LiteZupp LED – LR56AN

SuperBrightLED - 1156-A27-T:Amber

 

Reverse lamp

2

21

382

GLB 382

502379

1156,

LiteZupp LED – LR56WN

SuperBrightLED - 1156-CW27-T:Cool White

 

License plate illumination

2

5

 

GLB 239

 

SuperBrightLED - 3710-WWHP6-V2:Warm White

Luggage Compartment lamp

1

 

 

GLB 256

 

SuperBrightLED - 3710-WWHP6-V2:Warm White

Rear Fog Lamp

(UK & Europe)

1

21

382

GLB 382

502379

1156

Flasher units

 

 

 

 

 

LiteZupp LED - LFM2NG (used for both Turn signals and flashers)

 

FL2-RED-K: 2 Pin Red American LED Flasher

 

 

 

Thank you:  A big thank you to Brent Roth@wwwedge e-mail list,  who  in October 2014, got this page rolling by cross referencing five factory parts catalogues to produce the seed information for the web page you see here.

 

NOTES on LED bulbs:

 

Manufacturer: LiteZupp

Courtesy of Paul MacDonald@wwwedge e-mail list   (Sept 28, 2015)

 

TR7 & TR8 LED Light Bundle

The LiteZupp LED Light Bundle for TR7 and TR8 contains the following items.
2 ea. LR56RN Brake Lights $66.00
2 ea. LS56RN Running Lights, Rear $66.00
2 ea. LR56AN Turn Lamps, Rear $66.00
2 ea. LR56WN Backup Lights $66.00
2 ea. L56AN Turn Lamps, Front $55.00
2 ea. LFM2NG Turn and Hazard Flashers $37.90
4 ea. LDS12GNP Dash Lamps $16.00

Total Regular Price $372.90 + Shipping.  Bundle Price $300.00 Includes Shipping to USA Addresses

Note: The LDS12GNP dash lamps are polarity sensitive.  If a lamp fails to light, remove and rotate 180 degrees and reinsert.

The side markers are small lamps that we have not sourced. The small lamps are very labor intensive to produce and I think we will have to come up with a new design before we can offer a product that we build.  We make all of the lamps that I listed with the exception of the dash lamps.
The dash lamps are purchased in quantity from the far East.

Jim Thompson


LiteZupp Industries, LLC 205 Starlite Drive Murphy, Texas 75094-3233
sales@litezupp.com www.litezupp.com

Supplier: SuperbrightLEDs.com

Courtesy of Bruce Clough@wwedge e-mail list  (Sept 29, 2015)

 

Rather than the LiteZupp 90-degree lights I used 360-degree LED lights of the same lumens or greater as the stock incandescent - except they are one color so loose a little going through the lenses, in fact, I took the amber turn signal lens insert out since with amber LEDS it is not useful. I used the 360 ones since you lose the filling of the reflector with the LiteZupp LEDs and I like that effect since it illuminates the entire lens just as the old stock lights did. The reflectors had to be restored since they were badly tarnished and I also did the mod Odd taught us years ago where both red lights are running and stop lights. The lights all around are now LED, including the headlights (Truck-Lite 7" units - yes, they fit fine and light up your world at less than 1/3 the current draw), and are very visible.

Cost for the non-LiteZupp LEDs, excluding the headlights, was about $290 for every light (including trunk, license, door, center console lights and two electronic flashers for turn signals and hazards). I will get around to doing the dash lights this winter - BTW I have found if you replace the ignition lights with an LED one it will glow dimly during normal operation, probably due to the higher frequency hash on the line that the incandescent cannot respond to well, but the LEDs can - one of these days will put my 'scope on that line.

Lot of money for an interesting mod, maybe not for all, but you really can see the car a lot, lot better at night and in weather, and those headlights...wow...

 

Here is what I ordered from superbrightLEDs.com to do the car sans the driver’s side dash lights:

 

4

1157-R27-T: Red

4

1156-A27-T: Amber

2

1156-CW27-T: Cool White

2

BA9S-WHP9: Cool White

3

3710-WWHP6-V2: Warm White   (5 total, I already had 2 left over from another project)

2

WLED-AHP5: Amber

2

WLED-RHP5: Red

2

FL2-RED-K: 2 Pin Red American Flasher and Bracket

3

BA7S-W: Cool White

 

Cost was around $US300 for them all.

 

Bruce