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Police Strobes

ok im looking for something that i can put on my visors that will either screw in or stick on. basically so that i dont have anything huge and bulky, something flat so all i hve to do is flip down my visor on the passenger side. on a side note, how bright are the strobes from like streetglow and stuff?
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the street glow and other strobes are no where near bright enough, but much cheaper, i have 4 on the front of my dakota, these run about $120 and are bright..they are actual police lights
www.galls.com
www.sirennet.com
www.strobesnmore.com
www.southwestpublicsafety.com
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if you get bright enough strobes on your visors the glare off the windshield is going to blind you
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i dont need ppl to be able to see them from 2 miles away more like 20-25 feet.
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the street glow strobes are also a very fast blinking light. they dont resemble police lights at all. I had one that i mounted in the back of the car and i still felt blinded when it was going off.
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if i get the controller box i should be able to control the speed that they flash
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in that case, get the street glows, i have 2 red strobes from Lite Glow mounted on my windshield behind the tint strip, and the 2 clear ones behind my grille, they are visible for what you need
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pix or video!! thatd be sweet to see
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let me get them uploaded...
First 8 Seconds of this video are my 2 clears and my fog light flasher


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the whelen flat lighter would be best...it attaches easily to the visor, he wants it hidden, and on a visor, not a dash light

http://store.yahoo.com/sirennet/whfl220.html theres the link
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just get something in the grill, i think that would be the best bet
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this is exactly what im looking for http://www.laudpolicesupply.com/visor.htm but i dont see spending 200 clams for it. and i cant even come close to finding one on ebay or anything. lol. btw those strobes look good irsh, but your exahust does sound a tad ricey.
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that was cuz then it was full of leaks...i built it in my driveway, cuz i didnt have the money to replace it at the time...muffler clamps dont seal well, its a lot quieter and better sounding now
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it sure as hell looks good though.
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