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Tesla Lighted T for Nosecone - SOLD

Discussion in 'Tesla Parts for Sale' started by artsci, Sep 22, 2015.

  1. artsci

    artsci Sponsor

    May 10, 2012
    Timonium, Maryland
    Tesla Lighted T for Nosecone

    Developed over a period of about 7 months with input from owners, the lighted T is a tasteful and unique accessory for owners who want to make their Model S's more distinctive. The lighted T is manufactured in Hong Kong by Oznium and ships from Oznium's headquarters in Colorado. The lights consist of strings of especially bright small LEDs that provide bright even lighting at night or low light conditions. The T insides of the T and it's arch are filed with epoxy thus creating an enduring, waterproof device. In fact, the lighted T comes with a no questions asked money-back guarantee for the life of your Model S.

    The lighted T is available exclusively from the Marketplace of and cannot be purchased from any other source.

    Installation of the lighted T is a relatively easy project for any do-it-yourself inclined owner. Installation is also very easy for an experienced after-market shop.

    Complete installation instructions with photographs will be available on web site starting on February 3, 2014.

    The first production run of 60 units will be drop shipped from Oznium the week of February 3, 2014. Orders will be fulfilled on a first-come first-served basis. Once the supply of 60 is exhausted all other purchases will be back-ordered and shipped in early March, 2014. The March shipment will cover all orders received by February 12, 2014.

    Complete installation instructions with photographs will be available on web site starting on February 3, 2014. Parts need for installation include 20 or 22 gauge stranded hook-up wire, male and female crimp space connectors, Add-A-Fuse (, and a five amp fuse. Tools needed include an electric drill, a 3/16" drill bit, and a crimping tool for the spade connectors. Two 3/16 holes have to be drilled in the nose cone for running the leads to 12v and ground, but these will be completely hidden when the T is installed.

    For more information please see these threads:

    Questions regarding the lighted T should be addressed to Rick at [email protected]

    List Date: 1/29/2014

    For more info, click here to view the original listing: Tesla Lighted T for Nosecone


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