I ordered a set of JDM headlights and taillights from HKC Speed a month ago and have been wanting to install them forever. Though I was told they were plugNplay I should have known better and done my research. The tails were a little more straight forward and had been modified by my Japanese counterpart already with LEDs and lower sockets. On the standard USDM tails the top triangle is the turn signal, the center is reverse, and the bottom is the brake. On a standard JDM tail the top triangle is the brake and the center is turn signal and reverse. The bottom is used for a fog light depending on where you get them from and what model car. I rigged it all up so the top triangle and bottom on both tails are brake/running lights for the added protection. Came out amazing and the tail lights look a lot better than the USDM counterpart.
I'll take night photos later
Running lights on top/bottom LED
Brake Lights top/bottom LED
The headlight are not plug N play
You can do the work yourself with a buddy, volt meter, soldering tools, and some wires. I will do a mini write up on it with a wire diagram to make it simple. The JDM headlight harness is completely different and the turn signal running light setup is very different as well. I modified a USDM harness to OEM spec and all my OEM plugs are retained on the car harness so I can swap back to USDM headlights if needed.
Factory HIDs!!!!!!!!!!! No high beam photo but they work
The only thing left is to wire the adjustable headlight switch but I don't really care about that yet. I haven't swapped the lens over to LHD yet but I'm low enough that it doesn't blind people. I'll eventually be replacing the lens with brand new ones and when I they're open I'll tackle the swap then.