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post #1 of 14 Old 12-13-2011, 12:19 PM Thread Starter
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Added a couple new products to our LED Lighting line, as with all our LED Underbody kits, they're completely waterproof and carry our Lifetime warranty.

LED Lighting Kits for your radiator relocate bracket. - $30

These kits will illuminate your custom radiator relocate shroud and show off whatever design you've got inside. Typically these are coupled with our underbody kit but can be used as a stand alone accessory. The LEDs used for these kits are the same high quality lights used in our underbody kits and will be the brightest, longest lasting choice for your radiator relocate.

LED Snorkel Riser Accent Lights - $22 (3 or 4 risers)

These kits are best used when assembling your snorkels for the first time. Or if your risers are removable then installation should be fairly easy. You'll need to chase the wires down through the risers for a nice clean install so if you're thinking of retrofitting your existing snorkels give me a call and i'd be glad to help you figure out the best installation method.


Waterproof Cooler LEDs - $35

Illuminate your cooler for finding those pesky frosty beverages at night or just for show, these kits can be wired to connect to an external power source such as your ATV's accessory port, direct battery connection or we can supply you with a 9 volt battery pack that will power your cooler's light non stop for days.

Automatic Truck Tool Box LEDs - $48

Sick of fumbling for a flashlight to find something inside your truck toolbox? Cargo light always blocked by the lid? Our Automatic LED Tool box light kit will cure all of that. This kit ships with a 9 volt battery pack that will last an extremely long time due to the low current draw of our LED Lights. Includes (2) 12 LED strips, adhesive promoter & automatic switch. If your tool box has 2 lids you'll need an extra switch! Specify when ordering.

Cat's Eyes LED Headlight Accents - $10.20

Available in any of our standard colors, give your ride that finishing touch by accenting your headlight lenses to match your Leds! *NOT FOR SEALED BEAM (glass) HEADLIGHTS!*

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post #2 of 14 Old 12-13-2011, 01:28 PM
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My tool box light broke Something bounced up and hit the led bar and cut it in half. I'm gonna have to order me another one soon!


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Nonsense. Send me the broken one and I'll get another one out to you


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Sweet! Will do.


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post #5 of 14 Old 12-14-2011, 07:13 PM
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haha this is awesome, was thinking of using some of the lights from the underbody kit when I order it to light up the rad and snorkels, so glad you did these. Not sure if you just didnt finish the website yet but currently can't select color or buy the snorkel led kit. When christmas is over i'll be placing my order for sure!
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I think he may have had a site issue I cant remember, plus I know he was on vacation for a while, until the end of the year. I guess he's back if he's posting though.


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i would like to purchase a snorkel light kit.. hope it wont be too awful hard to install bc I already have them on my 4 wheeler. maybe jus drill a hole and run the wires up and then mount the LEDs?? and then jus epoxy it up or something
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post #8 of 14 Old 01-17-2012, 06:54 AM Thread Starter
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Yes that's more or less all you'll need to do. I recommend using a wire coat hanger, to assist in chasing the wire through the hole. It makes it a little harder once the snorkels are installed permanently as being able to see is limited.

If you're interested just shoot me a PM with the color you need or email [email protected]

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Do you guys sell the accent colored light bulbs for the low / high beam on the bruteforces???

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we don't currently have anything other than amber replacements for the brutes. The colored ones everyone is running in them are really cheap on ebay if I remember correctly.

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Ordered radiator lights from you today

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Maroon primary and yellow secondary,snorkels,tunes, gorilla racked radiator relocate,10 inch led bar
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Any update on your strobe control you have been working on? I am not happy with the one I bought at all and have been drooling over your videos! Lol
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post #13 of 14 Old 05-16-2013, 11:33 AM Thread Starter
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Progress!

Working out the final details on the audio interface, the timings on this fancy oscilloscope need some fine tuning which we can do now since I've got the scope! Once the audio interface is working properly we will be ready for production!





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Anyhoo this is a pretty neat tool. With it you can read what's going on with the CAN networks on computer controlled cars, trucks and atvs. And possibly monkey around with things you would need to have done at the dealership. More on that later.


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