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The Great LED Conversion, Part 2 (parts in!)
Written by unlikelylogi... on 10/14/2004 at 08:11 pm

--- In, "Kevin" <kevin@q...> wrote:
> ...
> I didn't realize the replacement digital flasher unit was LED-only,
> I am now committed to doing all four turn signals on the PC800 when
> get started. ;-)
> ...


We knew you should have been committed long ago. The ominous gleam
wasn't coming from LEDs. 8-) Don't forget to increase the insurance
on Red Dwarf to cover the electronic countermeasures.

To those looking for a funkier light show, keep in mind that LEOs
don't always take kindly to creativity on the road. Colors other
than white, amber and red may cause undue interest. Blue, in
particular, is to be avoided if you aren't in the public safety
business. Any pattern that a skilled operator couldn't produce is
also suspect. An exponentially decaying brake flash should be
acceptable. T-bird turn signals seem to be okay. Anything that does
a wig-wag or side-to-side flash may be confused with an emergency
vehicle and may net you another citation to put on the refrigerator
with all the gold stars from kindergarten. Makes mom proud, eh?


Message Thread for message #50522

10/14/2004, 07:28 pm
The Great LED Conversion, Part 2 (parts in!)
Well, I got all my arrays and digital flasher unit...still waiting for my E.C. order, but that stuff is minor by comparison. Did some test painting with chrome paint on the enclosure of my test bar. I'll need to paint the center secti