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Old 07-24-2013, 01:10 AM
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It really depends on how elaborate you want to get. If you're going to install an entire lighting system, i.e. strobes, wig-wag, light bar, then you definitely want to get a controllable unit that works on a relay. If you're just going for a simple suction cup stick 'em up, then you could either plug them in to your 12V outlet, or wire it up with a simple toggle switch going to a hot wire and ground. Also depends on your budget. I'll be honest, it mostly depends on your budget. That stuff isn't cheap, to do it right. You also have to look in to higher insurance costs. If your insurance co. discovers that you run code in your POV, it's gonna get pricey, too.
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