- May 24, 2010
SlickTop Solutions said:That is station 9 in PG County, I will check and see what 14 has on the front of their Explorer.
Doug said:Last time I saw 814's Explorer (Fusco's), it wasn't anything special - a 9M bar and a couple hide-a-ways. Then again, they may have gotten a new one, since this was a few years ago.
That is a EQ2 with the 200w driver and the fake Q cover. I want to see a real Q !
kinnelonfire75 said:Is this a fire dept vehicle? or a personal vehicle?
UndercoverVLS said:just my personal opinion, Im not a fan of the mechanical sirens on cars/trucks. Whether it be the electric version or the mechanical. leave that for the big rigs.
UndercoverVLS said:just my personal opinion, Im not a fan of the mechanical sirens on cars/trucks. Whether it be the electric version or the mechanical. leave that for the big rigs. Also not a fan of the ambulances with them or the loud obnoxious Airhorns. My depts new Buses have the airhorn and its rediculous IMO
TCO said:not to jack the thread but i know a local officer that installed one in a cvpi for awhile,lasted a week till he was told to remove it due to damaging the twp owned car
Alovebaby41 said:Now really why is there a Q on something that really doesn't need it? Fed Sig invented the Q for the FIRE ENGINE...
RL1 said:An actual Q or an eQ?
TCO said:if he tried to hook a real q to the car it would catch fire,the car was already pushing almost 100,000 miles at the time
Naw you just want to see a perfectly good q destroyed.Wailer said:Looks like a good project for Mythbusters.
cutiger said:Naw you just want to see a perfectly good q destroyed.
I am aware what the test is for I am just saying due to your obvious hate for qs (your profile pic) you would on the side be hoping it would be damaged.Wailer said:They wouldn't have to put the siren in the car or on the car. All they'd have to do is hook the siren up to the car and see if it blows up the car's electrical system. The test is not to blow the siren up - it is to overload the electrical system and see if the car catches fire.
Henry455 said:I wonder how they keep from burning up this SO vehicle here: viewtopic.php?f=40&t=1982 , that winch, under load, on the front pulls 2-3 times the current of a Q. Really, sometimes you guys amaze me.