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Signal integration options?

So, what are the available options for integrating the turn signals into the brake light assembly? I'm about to do basically the same thing as zx102nv done to his and need to integrate the signals so I can slick out the undertail right. The only one I know of is Clear Alternatives. Are there others? I want LED's...

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If you're thinking about Clear Alternatives, send me a note. I'm an authorized dealer for Clear Alternatives. Not only will you have a 1 year manufacturers warranty. If you are not 100% satisfied, return the product to me, and I'll refund your money.
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I got mine done at www.flashalert.com IMO the best setup out there. Uses stock LED's in the stock locations. Makes for a nice clean look not a cluttered up look when they add all the littel red or yellow LED out of their intended locations on the lens.

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If you're thinking about Clear Alternatives, send me a note. I'm an authorized dealer for Clear Alternatives. Not only will you have a 1 year manufacturers warranty. If you are not 100% satisfied, return the product to me, and I'll refund your money.
And why would I go through a guy with 2 posts instead of going with one of the sponsors that keeps this site going for us? We don't take too kindly to SPAM on this site, but thanks anyway.

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I got mine done at www.flashalert.com IMO the best setup out there. Uses stock LED's in the stock locations. Makes for a nice clean look not a cluttered up look when they add all the littel red or yellow LED out of their intended locations on the lens.

So are the turn signal LED's yellow wtih that kit or does it just flash the stock red LED's? I kind of want to go with yellow signals for the contrast and to avoid hassles from the popo...

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El Diablo, you sound like so many politicians I know. You defend a site sponsor with one hand. Yet stab him in the back with the other, as in your post regarding Clear Front Euros.
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So are the turn signal LED's yellow wtih that kit or does it just flash the stock red LED's? I kind of want to go with yellow signals for the contrast and to avoid hassles from the popo...
Everything is stock. Red lights in the tail seperated and used as turn signals. Totally stock look from the outside. Looks OEM.

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Im VERY happy with the Clear Alternatives one. They flash yellow when you signal, very bright!
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i bought a set from hardracing.com, they will be here early next week, and i'll get a pic on and give you my opinion on them.
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Hes talking about the tail light.
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