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Old 12-19-2006, 12:39 PM   #1
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So im trying to save money and to stay home and not go out and spend money..

So i decided to spend a little money to get something to keep me buzy for a bit




$24 later and i got this.....










NEW ABLE 2 LED SHO-ME STROBE PATTERN LED SF FLASHER

-Solid State Flasher

-Strobe Like Flasher Patterns

-7 Switchable Flash Patterns - Double Alternating Flash - Double Simultaneous Flash - Quad Alternating Flash - Quad Simultaneous Flash -Quint Alternating Flash - Random Flash - And Mega Alternating Flash

-This Flasher Can Power Up To 3 AMPS Per Side With 2 Sides (For A Total Of 6 AMPS)

-Switches For Flasher Availible

-FULL 2 YEAR FACTORY WARRANTY

-MODEL # 11.1005.SF




And yes it Sort of legal in NYS, Cuz im useing all the Legal colors for the front and back

Im going to do White and Amber in the front and Red and White in the back.
And Sense i have LEDs already all the way around my car, its going to be pretty easy to do
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I have the EXACT smae thing - I had it installed on my old Burb while I was in GA with LED in all the lights. Works great. It remembers the pattern that you set it at after power removal
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I have something simliar that I purchased through Galls, but never installed it because I never had time. kinda like all of the other things I have yet to do.

Anyone wanna help? heres My x-mas list:

1) Finally hook up my clear corner leds (All wiring is there, just need to fuse and hook up )
2) Wire up my auto down for the passenger side
3) Front swaybar endlinks that I have had for a while now but never installed
4) Install my notorious blue LED wheel well kit
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I don't see how this is going to save any money. If anything...it looks like another $25 out the door...lol
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Now for the important question.... How much faster will your car be? :
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Now for the important question.... How much faster will your car be? :
Hmm put in the right colors and im sure the roads will open up which will make his car faster.......in traffic!! LOL
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Now for the important question.... How much faster will your car be? :
well its only adding like 6oz so.. ill be about .001 slower in the 1/4mile now
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Slower?! This suddenly seems like some sort of "reverse engineering" at getting down the strip faster. What'* your angle?
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Yeah, thats what happens when you have a L27 with 2.84'*..

You go for looks more then Speed


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So your car is going to have police car style flashing light?
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