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Old 07-06-2007, 09:12 AM   #1
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So my cornor lights aren't really lights....there just a plastic show peice. i even took them apart to see if there were any wires going to it, nothing was there. so i want to add strobe lights. anyone know how i could hook them up?
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One way is like this.

http://www.bonnevilleclub.com/forum/...=68350&start=0

far as how to run the wires or where to hook them up...

Well you on your own there.


I would use LEDs but if you wants them really bright check out this place. they also have Normal strobe lights and LED ones.
http://www.autolumination.com/
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well since were on the topic of lights...i went and brought some halogon lights and they told me they were supposed to shine blue.....but they just shine bright white. maybe they don't shine blue because my head lamp covers are dirty or are there true blue bulbs out there?
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Blue = less light output.

If you want Blue for Coolness or looks then fine. But if you want more light... Gets some Knight hawks or anything that has No blue tint on them thats halogen.


also, Tip. Blue light in rain.... have fun seeing the lines/road lol
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so where can i get them tho. are there a certin brand that makes just the blue lights?
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Not to be a pain..but is this topic headlights or strobes?

If it'* headlights...can we change the title?
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