Lights, or more important there colours



  • @c8bdc729b6=djmarcopolo:

    As long as you have a clear orange turn signal on the side of the vehicle it will be fine.

    Question, Does it need to flash orange, or be orange in colour when not in use?

    Ours right now are orange in plastic with a clear bulb, or at least mine is.

    What's to stop it being an orange bulb with clear or another colours external plastics (as long as it still flashes orange)



  • @67308ff2fd:

    What's to stop it being an orange bulb with clear or another colours external plastics (as long as it still flashes orange

    )

    orange bulb on clear would be fine, but another colour might
    'taint' the orange bulb colour is my guess.



  • @d486f9e7ab=youdirtyfox:

    @d486f9e7ab:

    What's to stop it being an orange bulb with clear or another colours external plastics (as long as it still flashes orange

    )

    orange bulb on clear would be fine, but another colour might
    'taint' the orange bulb colour is my guess.

    It does, but the government stuff on this is quite clear - it gives the actual scientific wavelengths of light as a min and max. You see VeeDubs with green and blue tinted lenses with good bright orange light when the flash. Those are aftermarket, but plenty of people mist spraypaint over their lenses.

    I wouldn't, but that's just me. :)



  • What about using LED's? They can be clear when not in use and amber when in use.


 

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