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Old 08-14-2012, 10:59 PM   #1
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I really like the raxiom switch back turn signals and I have a few questions.. is it illegal to have that light blue ?because i know you can get in trouble for trying to impersonate a cop with the exterior blue lighting
also has any one done it to their stang? if so have you had any trouble with the LEDs
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I really like the raxiom switch back turn signals and I have a few questions.. is it illegal to have that light blue ?because i know you can get in trouble for trying to impersonate a cop with the exterior blue lighting
also has any one done it to their stang? if so have you had any trouble with the LEDs
Are you talking about the turn signals that are like blue/white? I have raxiom turn signals. They look more blue/white in person.
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Old 08-15-2012, 09:42 AM   #4
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Are you talking about the turn signals that are like blue/white? I have raxiom turn signals. They look more blue/white in person.
they are blue but they go back to amber when blinking
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In Louisiana I wouldn't see their being a problem. That guy is doin it on California and the cops are sticklers for everything. Arguably they still are more white then blue and those lights couldn't be mistaken for a cop car. They look great though
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That's what I have except they stay blue/white. I've never had a problem with cops.
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Old 08-15-2012, 02:11 PM   #7
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Ya I think since they would be blinking amber and not white/blue you would be completely fine I mean there not even close to as Bright as Hids
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I have switchbacks. They're white/amber though. HIDGUY.net.
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It's legal in most of the states, and even if you install them, the mustang has two amber lights, one that blinks and one is not, so you still gonna have the one that doesn't blink.
Log in to your state DOT website and check what's the law saying, or check with someone from your state already know the law!
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For all your led and hids go to ddmtuning.com cheap prices for great quality stuff!! That's what I run 55 watt 10k with switch backs
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For all your led and hids go to ddmtuning.com cheap prices for great quality stuff!! That's what I run 55 watt 10k with switch backs
I got switchbacks from DDM... They were total garbage... Picked them up from their store here in HB. No complaints on their HIDs however.
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Old 08-19-2012, 07:28 AM   #13
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I picked up the switchbacks from AM and the left side acts differently from the right, and ddm was a lot cheaper, but look on oznium.com that site is awesome!
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