My 2002 Ford Explorer - Updated 11/7

fp13-2

Member
May 20, 2010
359
Harrisburg, PA
Old setup Archived Thread - http://www.freeyabb.com/elightbars/view ... elightbars


UPDATED 11/7/2010


Finally got my interior setup the way I like it. Pics to come soon, but the video is up. All lights except visor are synched with two Whelen ULF44 flashers. I plan on replacing the Star DLXT's soon, but otherwise I'm happy with everything else!


2002 Ford Explorer


Front:


Axixtech SV56 - R/R with Takedowns


Nova Strobe Preemption


GoRhino Pushbumper


(2) Whelen 400 Series LIN 12


(2) Whelen SA314P Speakers


(2) Whelen 500 LIN6 Mirrorbeams


SoundOff Roadrunner Headlight Flasher


Side:


(2) LEDGuy LIN4s on sides of pushbumper


(2) Star/SVP DLXT


(2) ELS Custom Lightbars


Rear:


(2) ELS Custom Lightbars


(2) Whelen Vertex - Red, in reverse lights


Whelen TIR6 Traffic Advisor


Inside:


Jottodesk Console


Federal Signal SS2000SM w/Mic


Star SS651 Siren (Wail connected to Button 11 on SS)


Jottodesk LED light


Opensky Portable


Video:


NEW - ai942.photobucket.com_albums_ad267_mwinslowpa_th_Explorer2.jpg


OLD Front Inside -

 

EVT

Member
May 24, 2010
622
Midwest
Is that a Gold Edition Map Light? ;-)


Should be a sweet ride! Make sure to get explorer brackets for that stealth visor, those "universal" ones blow.
 

fp13-2

Member
May 20, 2010
359
Harrisburg, PA
The black came off the map light knob within months. The odd part is, I never use it!!


I have the SV in, but nothing else done yet. I ended up using one of the universals, and one of my own. It fits well now...so no big complaints!
 

fp13-2

Member
May 20, 2010
359
Harrisburg, PA
RuralFireMedic said:
Nice looking ride! That's an awesome setup you already have, but you must be like me, my lighting setup is an ever evolving creature.
Yeah I'm hoping this will be the last change...but most likely not!! ;)
 

jonny521

Member
May 23, 2010
300
mass
very nice fp13. i like the center console, very clean and simple. id like ot see a night vid though see what it looks like at night. other than that nice setup.
 

Mr911

Member
Jun 2, 2010
339
Northeastern Pennsylvania
Great setup! Very clean! Please keep us posted on the changes. I for one, am very interested in seeing the visor light and how that works out for you both on the install side and how the lighting works for you through the tinted windshield. I have the same type explorer and like you am currently changing over lighting.


PS - what did you do with the blue lights from your first setup?
 

fp13-2

Member
May 20, 2010
359
Harrisburg, PA
Mr911 said:
Great setup! Very clean! Please keep us posted on the changes. I for one, am very interested in seeing the visor light and how that works out for you both on the install side and how the lighting works for you through the tinted windshield. I have the same type explorer and like you am currently changing over lighting.

PS - what did you do with the blue lights from your first setup?
I don't have the tint on my new windshield. A lovely rock hit it a month ago and I had to have it replaced, so I asked them for the non-tinted version, knowing I was going to get the SV.


Blue lights have been gone for years...haha.
 

Mr911

Member
Jun 2, 2010
339
Northeastern Pennsylvania
smart thinking on your part...I have the factory tinted stripe on mine and wanted to see a setup similar to what I had in mind first...It was worth a try


I figured the blues were gone but I had to ask...
 

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