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Old 12-19-2006, 03:31 PM   #11
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So your car is going to have police car style flashing light?
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copy cat...
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Old 12-19-2006, 03:51 PM   #13
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no im not... Im doing it on a Real Car

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Old 12-24-2006, 11:55 AM   #14
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YAY!!! it came..





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Have INTENSE install that for you on the 15th.
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Will do




I think that might quadruple the price
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Nice pickup. That just looks like the pattern box, not the power supply.. or do you have that allready? The strobe itself has three cables, usually red, white, and black and definately dont tie the power supply into another source from the car, you need the appropiate power for each strobe. Make sure not to put the strobe to close to the headlamp lense either, or it will melt the lense.
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Nice pickup. That just looks like the pattern box, not the power supply.. or do you have that allready? The strobe itself has three cables, usually red, white, and black and definately dont tie the power supply into another source from the car, you need the appropiate power for each strobe. Make sure not to put the strobe to close to the headlamp lense either, or it will melt the lense.

not sure what you think it is.... its a LED strobe controller. It only does LED'* up to 3amps per side. there is no need for a power supply or any of that crap that goes with tube strobes.
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Nice pickup. That just looks like the pattern box, not the power supply.. or do you have that allready? The strobe itself has three cables, usually red, white, and black and definately dont tie the power supply into another source from the car, you need the appropiate power for each strobe. Make sure not to put the strobe to close to the headlamp lense either, or it will melt the lense.
Like Rob said, im not using Strobes, Its a "LED Strobe" Flasher
All my Out side lights are LEDs already, so all i need to do is tap into the Wires under the dash and it should work, if not, ill just run wires to each spot.



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Nice pickup. That just looks like the pattern box, not the power supply.. or do you have that allready? The strobe itself has three cables, usually red, white, and black and definately dont tie the power supply into another source from the car, you need the appropiate power for each strobe. Make sure not to put the strobe to close to the headlamp lense either, or it will melt the lense.

not sure what you think it is.... its a LED strobe controller. It only does LED'* up to 3amps per side. there is no need for a power supply or any of that crap that goes with tube strobes.
Ahh I see, its just a flasher module. I am just use to the "technical" names for everything, strobes = strobes, wigwags = headlights, etc...Definately get pics up Bandit, not sure if I have ever seen a strobe LED.
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