- May 20, 2010
I have heard you can change the patterns on a 24EAH T LAPD Aerodynic. How do you do it?
fedsig7 said:I have heard you can change the patterns on a 24EAH T LAPD Aerodynic. How do you do it?
Dave aka VintageLightBars said:Pattern 1: [8,6,4,2,0][0,2,4,6,8] (factory setting 25A — classic outside-in)
Pattern 2: [8,0,6,2,4][4,2,6,0,8] (factory setting 25B — "burst")
Pattern 3: [0,2,4,6,8][18,16,14,12,10] (alternating inside-out)
Pattern 4: [0,2,4,6,8][8,6,4,2,0] (inside out)
Pattern 5: [8,6,4,2,0][10,12,14,16,18] (alternating outside-in)
Pattern 6: [10,12,14,16,18][0,2,4,6,8] (left arrow)
Pattern 7: [8,6,4,2,0][18,16,14,12,10] (right arrow)
Pattern 8: [18,10,16,12,14][4,2,6,0,8] (Alternating "burst")
Pattern 9: [18,0,16,2,14][4,12,6,10,8] (zig-zag or "knight rider")
Pattern 10: [14,12,10,8,0][0,8,10,12,14] (inside hesitation)
CrownVic97 said:Here's a little diagram of what I usually do if I want to mess around with patterns:
Also, fedsig.com has the old installation sheets on their website. Here's a link to the one that may work for you:
Some flash patterns are given on pg. 2
The best examples would be from the YouTube user, VintageLightBars. He has a bunch of videos showcasing AeroDynic flash patterns. The listed patterns below will be different for your bar because there's only three rotators on each side and these gear settings are for 10-rotator AeroDynics. They are easy to work around for 6-8 rotator Aeros, so it shouldn't be too big of a hassle .
Hope this helps you out, dude !
EL1998P71 said:Is there such a pattern list for a mini bar 4 rotator?
or should I just use the list above and only pick one side?
Thanks but that's not it - that one has a steady left-to-right arrow pattern, the one I saw was on a fire truck on a rural road with trees on the sides, and it had a right-to-left pattern that was normal speed on the edges and very fast in the middle, and I think it was a 72-inch version too.toon80 said:Nerdly-dood,
Does anyone have the actual gear numbers for the LAPD all light aerodynic?