rotolaser assembly

smitty711

Member
May 23, 2010
684
California
nyone know if a rotolaser assembly will fit good in the center section of an MX7000/excal center section...you think it would throw out some good light? I have never seen one before
 

Stendec

Member
May 21, 2010
816
I'd think that Code 3 would probably use the same rotator guts on a rotolaser as on any rotator, if for no other reason than to save on design and parts SKUs. I'd also assumed the same about any Oscilaser, be it flush mounted, free-standing, or in a bar.
 

SBFD-E-9

Member
May 24, 2010
1,359
Washington IL
Rotalasers are nice grill lights, but I wouldn't put one in a lightbar. They are a lot smaller than a normal rotator/mirror. I'd just put a regular MX/eXcal rotator/mirror in the bar.


Dan
 

Shawn L

Member
May 21, 2010
2,477
Corbett, Oregon
I agree, why would you want to do the rotolazer when you could just put in a high speed rotator and some mirrors? the reflector on the roto is much smaller, and will throw less light
 

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