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Wig-Wag??

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WillRyan

Joined: Feb 21 2008
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Location: East Texas


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Post Thu Feb 21, 2008 10:26 am

Any of yall run a Wig-Wag(headlight flasher) on your Superflux 4 Chip LED...
DJTricky

Joined: Nov 13 2007
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Post Thu Feb 21, 2008 11:12 am

i am actually looking for a sert of wig-wag's for a new project of mine lol.
corvettecrazy

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Post Thu Feb 21, 2008 11:28 am

WillRyan wrote:
Any of yall run a Wig-Wag(headlight flasher) on your Superflux 4 Chip LED...


you would have to get an LED specific flasher. Most headlight flashers from my experience dont work so hot with LEDs.
WillRyan

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Post Thu Feb 21, 2008 1:23 pm

Thanks for the reply!!
ChevyCaprice9C1

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Post Thu Feb 21, 2008 7:09 pm

well i asked the same question and Black DX sent me this reply so he deserves the credit.

" wig wag is simple, get a 5 pin relay and a two pin flasher. Wire up one led to the 87 pin and the other led to 87A pin, connect the output pin of the flasher to the 85 pin, ground the 86 and connect the 30 pin and the input pin of the flasher to a fused switch. What happens is the powered flasher clicks on and off, in the process the relay will switch back and forth between 87 and the 87a pin creating the wig wag effect..."

well i hope that helped i will know more when i hook mine up
Black DX

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Post Thu Feb 21, 2008 7:27 pm

heh that's the low cost simple wig wag set up... I'd highly suggest getting a non load sensitive flasher if this option is used, it'll be a slower flash rate were as the standard flash rate will have a ricer fast flash... I can't find the specs on this flasher but it might work being an adjustable flasher: CLICKY...


Also Ebay has a large helping of led flasher units as well as standard headlight flashers.. like THIS, or THIS sale that is for four (4) single led light flasher units... not sure how well they'd work...
Black DX

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Post Fri Feb 22, 2008 1:26 am

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