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Old 03-26-2012, 05:43 PM
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Old 03-26-2012, 06:36 PM
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i got mine from meter4it and that one is plug and play and has different modes (stock, chase, and sequential)
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Whichever floats your boat.

Sequentials are one of the coolest visual mods you can do. Just don't wreck while watching people in your rearview mirror as they smile and point.
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Originally Posted by Nuke View Post
Whichever floats your boat.

Sequentials are one of the coolest visual mods you can do. Just don't wreck while watching people in your rearview mirror as they smile and point.
LOL..that is good advice!
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In my opinion, ALL aftermarket sequencers flash too fast, using the stock flasher. I wish they could be adjusted to sequence slower, like the 2010+ do. I've still got 'em, though.

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Originally Posted by duckbubbles View Post
In my opinion, ALL aftermarket sequencers flash too fast, using the stock flasher. I wish they could be adjusted to sequence slower, like the 2010+ do. I've still got 'em, though.

Frank
Is it the relay that determines the speed of the flash? I know if a bulb is blown, it will speed up due to the change in resistance.

Could it be as simple as finding an appropriate flasher relay that is slower or can we crack one open to change the resistors or capacitors in the relay to slow it down?

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I do like the chase options. I am liking those more and more.
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Originally Posted by 2005Redfire6 View Post
+1, couldn't agree more!


My kit from AM are made by Web Electric and haven't had any issues with them.
I also have the WebElectric version I bought from the WebElectric web site.

http://www.webelectricproducts.com/products.htm

They come with a lifetime warranty and their customer service is top notch.
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