Changing my Setup 2007 F150

TNFF412N

Member
May 22, 2010
387
San Antonio, Texas
Right now i have


4 Lin4s in red


2 Tir3s in white in the grill


i want to add


2 Tir3s in red


2 Tir3s in white


right now they are all in a row centered in the grill s you can see from the video

I want to spread them out and have an X pattern going on


So it will be 6 reds and 4 whites in the grill


how should i set them up and were
 

mike

Member
May 23, 2010
61
usa, california
double up or triple up on the lightheads so you have 9 optics in the same lighthead and keep the wigwag on each side of the ford badge. i would keep move the lightheads to the upper grille


move the avenger around the rvm and set it to a single slow flash pattern


you can use the lower grille too


here is some ideas


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pdk9

Member
May 26, 2010
3,834
New York & Florida
TNFF412N said:
Right now i have
4 Lin4s in red


2 Tir3s in white in the grill


i want to add


2 Tir3s in red


2 Tir3s in white


right now they are all in a row centered in the grill s you can see from the video


I's mount 2 of each lighthead together so there is a larger footprint (in other words, for the x-pattern you have the 2 red lin4's in the top left flashing simultaneously with the 2 white tir3 in the lower right corner ----> the 2 red lin4 in the top right and the 2 white tir3 in the bottom left of the grill will flash ). i'd stack them in pairs so that there is a bigger punch/footprint (i personally don't think the small tir3's in a truck grill don't look that good on their own unless they're stacked or, ideally, they're replaced with something like a pair of tir6's). i would space them out and do something like this:


Red Lin4--------------------------------Red Lin4


Red Lin4--------------------------------Red Lin4


-------------------(Ford Logo)---------------------


White tir3------------------------------White tir3


White tir3------------------------------White tir3


i'd then take the 2 spare tir3 and put them on a 10-75 bracket
 

JohnMarcson

Administrator
May 7, 2010
10,971
Northwest Ohio
pdk9 said:
I's mount 2 of each lighthead together so there is a larger footprint (in other words, for the x-pattern you have the 2 red lin4's in the top left flashing simultaneously with the 2 white tir3 in the lower right corner ----> the 2 red lin4 in the top right and the 2 white tir3 in the bottom left of the grill will flash ). i'd stack them in pairs so that there is a bigger punch/footprint (i personally don't think the small tir3's in a truck grill don't look that good on their own unless they're stacked or, ideally, they're replaced with something like a pair of tir6's). i would space them out and do something like this:


Red Lin4--------------------------------Red Lin4


Red Lin4--------------------------------Red Lin4


-------------------(Ford Logo)---------------------


White tir3------------------------------White tir3


White tir3------------------------------White tir3


i'd then take the 2 spare tir3 and put them on a 10-75 bracket


That would look good I think. Make a bigger chunk of light flash at the same time.
 

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