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    Default Sequential Turn Signal Kit

    Anyone thought of adding a premanufactured universal sequential turn signal kit to the rear brake/turn lights? I realize Silentwing built an LED sequential turn system in the Performance Section of A-body.net (very cool, by the way).

    I found such a kit at Web Electric Products http://www.webelectricproducts.com/sts/stsdetails.htm

    Looks like it will work on A-bodies with two or more horizontal rear brake/turn lights.
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    I already found this website a while ago but they don't ship to international... which suck a lot!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Buick_powa View Post
    I already found this website a while ago but they don't ship to international... which suck a lot!
    Have you tried using a mail relay service? It may add a little to your cost, but it would get you your package in a decent amount of time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 93centsp View Post
    Anyone thought of adding a premanufactured universal sequential turn signal kit to the rear brake/turn lights? I realize Silentwing built an LED sequential turn system in the Performance Section of A-body.net (very cool, by the way).

    I found such a kit at Web Electric Products http://www.webelectricproducts.com/sts/stsdetails.htm

    Looks like it will work on A-bodies with two or more horizontal rear brake/turn lights.
    I always wanted to see if I could make a setup like this my Suburban. I even bought a spare pair of tail lamp housings a few years ago to experiment with.

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    has anyone bought the kit from the website above? im thinking about doing this on my century
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    SWEEEET !!!! That looks very legit !! and only $69 for the whole kit !! I have looked at this company before but all i could find was the mustang & challenger kit , so they must have had alot of requests for a universal kit . i can tell you this , my car will have sequential lights VERY SOON NOW =)

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    please take pics/video if/when you get the kit and install it
    -Devin

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    Quote Originally Posted by KieraAboudi View Post
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    With the benefit of the doubt that you are not a spammer, I will reply. As long as they are not functioning on the roads, then you should be ok. All those type of lights will have 'FOR OFF-ROAD USE ONLY' on the packaging. Check with your local ordinances, as your mileage may vary.
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    if its for a brake like or turn signal i dont see why it wouldnt be ok
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