2010 Undercover Camaro

RL1

Member
May 20, 2010
1,650
Ga
Yeah, needs something near the review mirror. Maybe they open the sun roof and put a throw light on the roof ;)
 

RL1

Member
May 20, 2010
1,650
Ga
SlickSilveradoZ71 said:
Just curious why they are running white in the rear. Isn't that a no no?

My dept puts strobes in the reverse lights and tail lights. A lot of people on here don't like it because they say it's blinding at night, though I think it's not as bad as most LED bars. I like the strobes in reverse lights because you usually can't see the ones in break lights during the daytime.
 
May 21, 2010
98
Delafield, WI
RL1 said:
My dept puts strobes in the reverse lights and tail lights. A lot of people on here don't like it because they say it's blinding at night, though I think it's not as bad as most LED bars. I like the strobes in reverse lights because you usually can't see the ones in break lights during the daytime.

Strobes in the clears of tail lights are common here in POV's but not in police vehicles. They aren't as blinding as white LED's to the rear, this vehicle has both.
 

Pursuit

Member
May 23, 2010
72
Pulaski County, AR
I wouldn't say the front necessarily needs "more" lights, but I think they should have put a light under the headliner. If an officer pulls up behind a tall truck in the daytime, it's going to very difficult to see the grille lights.


Other than that, nice set up! :)
 

CenTexPSE

Member
May 21, 2010
789
Covington, TX
Pursuit said:
I wouldn't say the front necessarily needs "more" lights, but I think they should have put a light under the headliner. If an officer pulls up behind a tall truck in the daytime, it's going to very difficult to see the grille lights.

Other than that, nice set up! :)


Agreed... Has plenty of lights, they are just all low. Needs something up a little higher
 

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