If you have the D4's already, you might as well use them, but I voted for the R/R slimlighter. I believe that would be more effective.tarheel3559 said:Part of me says to go with the D4 just because I don't have any other uses for them but I figured I would ask you all here and get your opinions.
True, but LIN thru tint is overall pitiful. So, it's a crapshoot.VolEms said:I have 2 R/B TIR6 slimlighters in my side windows of my SUV. I hope to switch them to Tomar 200s High power. I dont like the Slimlighters anymore. If its not head on they are useless. No off axis light at all.
I read that a lot on here. I've got High Power RECT25's in my rear glass and Talon's in my rear side windows. I think through my Chrysler factory tint they are very effective in daylight. I also have a Slimlighter MM in the rear window, get off axis just a little and its visibility disappears quickly. How many emergency vehicles park so that their TIR side warning lights are dead on for oncoming vehicles to see. With LIN's, even if you park at an angle, your light will still be seen, in my personal opinion.rwo978 said:True, but LIN thru tint is overall pitiful. So, it's a crapshoot.
and flash it half and halfI voted for the R/W/R/W D4 because in my opinion the TIR3's in the D4 provide better off axis light than the Slimlighters (which suck off axis) and can still punch through factory tint better than some linear lights. If that is going to be the only side lighting, the more off axis the better. And also you could rearrange the modules to be WWRR so that the white is to the front of the vehicle and the red is to the rear