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Old August 17th 03, 04:11 PM
Jerry Springer
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Default LED for position lights

Big, there is a guy on the RV-List that is developing just such lights
here is a place to take a look.

http://www.killacycle.com/Lights.htm

Jerry


Bigdaddie wrote:
What whould you have to do to use LEDs for position lights? Would they be
bright enough? Aren't new traffic signals LEDs? Can you write an article to
demonstate?



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Old August 18th 03, 05:18 AM
Robert Little
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A very neat idea and I hope an STC soon for retrofits. RTL


"Jerry Springer" wrote in message
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Big, there is a guy on the RV-List that is developing just such lights
here is a place to take a look.

http://www.killacycle.com/Lights.htm

Jerry


Bigdaddie wrote:
What whould you have to do to use LEDs for position lights? Would they

be
bright enough? Aren't new traffic signals LEDs? Can you write an

article to
demonstate?





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Old August 19th 03, 01:43 AM
Bruce A. Frank
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For a homebuilt? No problem. Jim Weir has an article in the latest issue
of "Kitplanes" on just such a project.

Bigdaddie wrote:

What whould you have to do to use LEDs for position lights? Would they be
bright enough? Aren't new traffic signals LEDs? Can you write an article to
demonstate?


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