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Sequential tail lights - best I've seen so far...
#31
lduke12;172504 Wrote:
Kit Sullivan;172499 Wrote:I hope your not saying you like the "promo code" function because you could just turn that on while your car is sitting at a show or cruise night somewhere. Oh, how undignified to see a sweet big-body pony flashing its ricer-inspired lights at sausage-and-beer-swilling onlookers at a cruise-in like an old pinball machine...

But, as they say: to each his own, right?

Uh sorry was just stating what i was told on the phone by the seller and saying that the lights were sweet in general not just the Promo mode. Why would you do that and run your battery down anyway?

try npd they sell for around 260.00

put them on my car they are easy to install and work very well.
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#32
Tnunisaw;172701 Wrote:Wonder if they would consider a group Purchase discount from this site
iF THEY DO, I'M IN
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#33
Been looking for this for awhile. Loving this site!
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#34
I know this post is old but I wanted to hear from those who installed this kit. I have mine up and running (without the extra wire for sequential) and it works and looks great. Would anyone who hooked up the sequential (pink wire) like to share where they hooked it up at, share photos, etc? I am trying to think it through before starting the process of running the extra wire.
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#35
Up to $295 plus $20 and S&H.

I like but still other items on my list.

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(03-19-2017, 04:24 PM)mpbsr Wrote: Up to $295 plus $20 and S&H.

I like but still other items on my list.

I got them much cheaper from NPD (same product).  I know Kit bought them, but he went without the sequential.  They still work, but I like the option for the sequential lights.
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#37
Officially posted.

1971-73 Mustang Sequential LED Tail Lights PN# CST10-MUS71-73

http://www.easyperformance.com/products/...ail-lights

$295

I am rewiring everything in my stang within the next month. I will purchase these and upload pictures when I do.

Yea, Though I cruise through the valley of the Shadow of Rice, I will fear no Turbo, For Thine Torque art with me. Thy forged rods and crankshaft, they comfort me.

Thou preparest a strip before me in the presence of four cylinder enemies: thou anointest my heads with high octane; my quarter mile victories runneth over.

Surely Horsepower and RPM's shall follow me all the days of my life: and I will race on the streets and strips forever.
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#38
Ordered a set and just got them in.
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Yea, Though I cruise through the valley of the Shadow of Rice, I will fear no Turbo, For Thine Torque art with me. Thy forged rods and crankshaft, they comfort me.

Thou preparest a strip before me in the presence of four cylinder enemies: thou anointest my heads with high octane; my quarter mile victories runneth over.

Surely Horsepower and RPM's shall follow me all the days of my life: and I will race on the streets and strips forever.
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(05-04-2017, 06:51 PM)BrandonDindorf Wrote: Ordered a set and just got them in.
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It is not a hard install. If you hook up the pink wire (key on power) take a few pics on how you route it and where you tie in. I've not tackled this yet.


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(05-06-2017, 05:02 AM)jeremycfr Wrote:
(05-04-2017, 06:51 PM)BrandonDindorf Wrote: Ordered a set and just got them in.
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It is not a hard install. If you hook up the pink wire (key on power) take a few pics on how you route it and where you tie in. I've not tackled this yet.


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I just installed these today, and they are bright!
But, I can't get them to work at all with the EL-12L-1 low current draw flasher that was suggested in the instructions. And of course, I get hyperflash from the passenger side with the stock flasher.
May I ask if you used the same low current flasher? If so, where did you connect the wire?
The gentleman at autozone said I just need the LED load resistors, and I'm thinking of just going that route.
Did you find a good route for the pink wire?
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