2004 Chevy Silverado - POV

SCRob

Member
Feb 2, 2011
58
SC
Front Warning


Strobes N More E46 light bar (red, white, red, red, white, red)


4 Whelen LIN3 Lightheads (2 red, 2 white)


Axitech Stealth Visor Linear 60 Diode Version


Galls HLF Hooked to High Beams switched on Cencom unit


Whelen Mirror Beams RED/RED


[The Stealth Visor is now mounted back to my headliner, I took it down to see what it would look like on the dash ;) ]


Side Warning


4 Sho-me Micro LED Lights (2 on each side of toolbox)


Rear Warning


2 Sho-me Micro LED Lights (2 on each side of toolbox)


5 Whelen TIR6 Red LED Lights (5 mounted in middle of toolbox)


90 Watt Star/Svp Strobe PS with 4 strobes in reverse and turn signal lights.


All of these lights are hooked up to a Whelen Cencom Gold siren/control head with a single 100 watt siren.


Future Additions


Whelen Vertex LEDs to replace strobes and in fog lights


Front


After


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cbpdogboy

Member
May 23, 2010
1,285
Detroit, MI
The Lin3's should be surface mounted on the front of the grill...IMO. You are losing most of the warning output by it being "trapped" behind the grill area.


Or:


I would put the lin3's on the side and rear of your tool box. Use the micro lites in the grill then...this would give you more off axis coverage than the micro lites would.
 

SCRob

Member
Feb 2, 2011
58
SC
cbpdogboy said:
The Lin3's should be surface mounted on the front of the grill...IMO. You are losing most of the warning output by it being "trapped" behind the grill area.

Or:


I would put the lin3's on the side and rear of your tool box. Use the micro lites in the grill then...this would give you more off axis coverage than the micro lites would.

Thanks for the tip, the light is still intense behind the grill but the off axis capabilities are really being wasted.


Thanks everyone!
 

pdk9

Member
May 26, 2010
3,834
New York & Florida
nice setup, rob. +1 on linears in front of grill or tir behind the grill in order to maximize lighthead potential
 

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