Please welcome our newest Supporting Vendor - Diode Dynamics!
Most modern cars (including the Smart) have a digital flasher module, so sadly you can't just replace the flasher module to prevent hyperflashing from occurring.One thing that would be really popular would be relays that do not hyperflash with stop and turn LED's with no power resistors needed.
Yes, that would be a hint.
Switchback turn signals, similar to the ones shown in this video on our FR-SSwitchbacks that I am familiar with are found on US 129, known as the Tail of the Dragon in North Carolina.
What kind of switchbacks are you referring to?
Hi Nick,I believe so!
Do you have a Miata also? I seem to remember a yellow one with black accents
That's exactly what I thought!Hi Nick,
Yes I have my original KillerBee which is a 92 Miata which is Sunburst Yellow with black racing stripes. I saw you last month when I was in a yellow SSR KillerBee with black stripe and accents.
Nick thanks for becoming a dues paying SCoA supporting vendor. :thanks_smile:We still need to get a Smart Car in for testing to BTW :wink:
We have acquired state of the art light testing equipment within the last few months and our company has outgrown it's current office. Even though Smart cars are small, we wanted to wait until we had our new studio to really test it properly.Nick thanks for becoming a dues paying SCoA supporting vendor. :thanks_smile:
Without seeming snarky, DD (double D?) was founded in 2006 and in 2014, 6 long years after smart was introduced to the U.S., you "still need to get a smart in for testing?"
Though smart is but a small niche in that big auto aftermarket world, where have you been my friend? :huh:
Anxiously awaiting a place on your e-commerce store pull down Quick Finder menu showing some smart specific plug and play packages as a result of your smart testing . . .
smart consumer profile note: some smart owners are more into functionality and really don't need RGB LED's dancing to the music by remote control.