LED change out?

Not necessarily an overclocking question, more of a general knowledge kind of question.

I am looking to do a total rebuild of my PC system to this setup:

Asus Sabertooth Z77
Intel i5-3570K CPU
EVGA GTX 660 Ti video card
Corsair Vengance 16GB (2x8GB) set
Corsair 750w Power Supply

I have 5 Scythe Gentle Typhoon fans set to use, and am still deciding on a radiator setup to use for it all (thinking about getting 2 of the XSPC RS240 Dual 120mm Low Profile Radiator Rev 2. or the Black Ice GT Stealth 240 X-Flow Radiator), but I am looking at using an XSPC Raystorm CPU water-block and n XSPC Razor Nvidia 670 VGA block (I read it works on a 660Ti).

The water-block and the VGA block both use blue led's in them...but I am wondering if there is a way to change it out to a red led instead. I know it is mainly for looks and all, but I was wanting the inside of my case to look sleek and evil at the same time. lol Especially since I haven't red anything yet on how to make the coolant water glow red via led's in the case.
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  1. Dark pink is about the closest you will get to a glowing red color I have already tried this but you are more than welcome to try yourself you may have better results than I did
  2. Yep, you can swap the LED's quite easily, both accept 3mm LED's. The Raystorm block has 4 LED holes, not sure on the GPU block but at least two.
    Something like this would do.
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