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Old 03-12-2011, 07:06 PM   #176
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Ok, that sorta answers a question..well it answers why you do not post the "official" directions that come with the product... Kinda lame since the 300 install directions are here. But we are all really looking for more than that.

So, do you not have a video of the install process like your other products? Or even photos?

And even though the dual intensity switch is not "your" product per se you sell it with your product(s) and all components come under your companies name and sold under your company....so guess what....essentially its your product. but anyhow....

1. How do you install it with the illuminated Chevy Bow Tie for the 2010-2011 Camaro?

2.Can you get to the third brake light from the trunk? If so, how? Where?

3. or just the back seat? As shown in someone else's "how to"

4. What wire do you tape into?


These questions should be no-brainer, basic, and rudimentary for you, just answering them would be nice. Not quite sure what the hesitation is? If you do not know or do not have the information then that would be just ridiculous.

Sorry for pulling teeth here but I don't have a better way to get the data but from the source....
1) Input from the Parking Light and Input from the 3rd Brake Light.

2) Rear Deck

3) See answer #2

4) You tap into the + wire (the one that is not black)

Hope this helps. If it seems too complicated I highly suggest just installing the bowtie to the parking lights as we do with 99% of the installations we do here in house.
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Old 03-13-2011, 11:01 AM   #177
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That will work, thanks so much for the information. Doesn't seem complicated at all, just needed the details.
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Take some pictures and post them on the thread when you get it installed.

Thank you!
Will do Cant wait to get it
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Old 03-16-2011, 11:38 AM   #179
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Red Illuminated Bow Tie with Matte Black painted center emblem:
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Old 03-16-2011, 02:39 PM   #180
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Can you pm me the price of a blowtie that is blue but turns red when the brakes are pushed?
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Old 03-16-2011, 04:27 PM   #181
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Can you pm me the price of a blowtie that is blue but turns red when the brakes are pushed?
That particular bow tie is $188 without painted center emblem. Please let me know if I can assist you with your purchase.
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Old 03-19-2011, 01:18 PM   #182
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If you can get the FRONT one done as well as the back, I'd take both!
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Old 03-19-2011, 04:22 PM   #183
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If you can get the FRONT one done as well as the back, I'd take both!
People have tried the front bowtie, nut because its on the grille there really isn't anywhere for the light to reflect off of.
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Old 03-19-2011, 05:07 PM   #184
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I looked into this and Mindz did as well. He asked a LEO he knows and basically it comes down to this. The law in CA states that you must not be able to see the light source. Blue is okay as long as you can not see the light source. With these bowties the light source is buried in the bowtie and all you see is the reflection of the light but not the actual light source, therefore it is legal. HOWEVER!! This does not mean you will never be pulled over for it... some LEO's will pull you over not knowing the exact letter of that particular law. Which may mean you will have to go to court to fight the citation. You can try carrying a copy of the particular portion of the vehicle code with you in the car and show it to the citing officer at the time he pulls you over as an attempt to keep him from citing you.

BTW I grew up in Kern County, Bakersfield to be exact
WRONG.....

CVC 24003. No vehicle shall be equipped with any lamp or illuminating device not required or permitted in this code, nor shall any lamp or illuminating device be mounted inside a vehicle unless specifically permitted by this code.

Colors allowed on a vehicle..

25950. This section applies to the color of lamps and to any
reflector exhibiting or reflecting perceptible light of 0.05 candela
or more per foot-candle of incident illumination. Unless provided
otherwise, the color of lamps and reflectors upon a vehicle shall be
as follows:

(a) The emitted light from all lamps and the reflected light from
all reflectors, visible from in front of a vehicle, shall be white or
yellow, except as follows:

(1) Rear side marker lamps required by Section 25100 may show red
to the front.
(2) The color of foglamps described in Section 24403 may be in the
color spectrum from white to yellow.
(3) An illuminating device, as permitted under Section 24255,
shall emit radiation predominantly in the infrared region of the
electromagnetic spectrum. Any incidental visible light projecting to
the front of the vehicle shall be predominantly yellow to white. Any
incidental visible light projecting to the rear of the vehicle shall
be predominantly red. Any incidental visible light from an
illuminating device, as permitted under Section 24255, shall not
resemble any other required or permitted lighting device or official
traffic control device.

(b) The emitted light from all lamps and the reflected light from
all reflectors, visible from the rear of a vehicle, shall be red
except as follows:

(1) Stop lamps on vehicles manufactured before January 1, 1979, may
show yellow to the rear.
(2) Turn signal lamps may show yellow to the rear.
(3) Front side marker lamps required by Section 25100 may show
yellow to the rear.
(4) Backup lamps shall show white to the rear.
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Old 03-21-2011, 06:48 PM   #185
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Red Illuminated Bow Tie with Matte Black painted center emblem:
Just out of curiosity that's not the one I ordered is it?
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Old 03-22-2011, 12:20 AM   #186
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WRONG.....

CVC 24003. No vehicle shall be equipped with any lamp or illuminating device not required or permitted in this code, nor shall any lamp or illuminating device be mounted inside a vehicle unless specifically permitted by this code.

Colors allowed on a vehicle..

25950. This section applies to the color of lamps and to any
reflector exhibiting or reflecting perceptible light of 0.05 candela
or more per foot-candle of incident illumination. Unless provided
otherwise, the color of lamps and reflectors upon a vehicle shall be
as follows:

(a) The emitted light from all lamps and the reflected light from
all reflectors, visible from in front of a vehicle, shall be white or
yellow, except as follows:

(1) Rear side marker lamps required by Section 25100 may show red
to the front.
(2) The color of foglamps described in Section 24403 may be in the
color spectrum from white to yellow.
(3) An illuminating device, as permitted under Section 24255,
shall emit radiation predominantly in the infrared region of the
electromagnetic spectrum. Any incidental visible light projecting to
the front of the vehicle shall be predominantly yellow to white. Any
incidental visible light projecting to the rear of the vehicle shall
be predominantly red. Any incidental visible light from an
illuminating device, as permitted under Section 24255, shall not
resemble any other required or permitted lighting device or official
traffic control device.

(b) The emitted light from all lamps and the reflected light from
all reflectors, visible from the rear of a vehicle, shall be red
except as follows:

(1) Stop lamps on vehicles manufactured before January 1, 1979, may
show yellow to the rear.
(2) Turn signal lamps may show yellow to the rear.
(3) Front side marker lamps required by Section 25100 may show
yellow to the rear.
(4) Backup lamps shall show white to the rear.
That is for lamps producing 0.05 candela or more per foot-candle of incident illumination. Now I guess you could say these things are super bright and go over that rating... But only a light meter in a controlled environment can tell you that for sure. The code I sited is correct as well for diffused light under 0.05... so I am not WRONG. That section (24003) some would argue only pertains to interior lighting

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25400. (a) Any vehicle may be equipped with a lamp or device on the exterior of the vehicle that emits a diffused nonglaring light of not more than 0.05 candela per square inch of area.

(b) Any diffused nonglaring light shall not display red to the front, but may display other colors. A diffused nonglaring light shall not resemble nor be installed within 12 inches or in such position as to interfere with the visibility or effectiveness of any required lamp, reflector, or other device upon the vehicle.



Amended Ch. 582, Stats. 1968. Effective July 16, 1968. Supersedes Ch. 144.

There is other verbiage but it does not pertain to this conversation.

So to be safe, just get red. If you want to take your car and get it tested and carry the results with you, go for it, along with that code section. IF the LEO wants to be a jerk about it, fight it then... stand up for yourself and others who like to mod. I will.

But after that, I think I will make mine red anyway because It goes along with the other ideas I have.


Also your code is talking about direct light from lamps and reflectors. Not diffused.

This really is not the place to debate it either. Start a new thread if we want to continue this topic I guess.
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This really is not the place to debate it either. Start a new thread if we want to continue this topic I guess.
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So I got my amber bowtie and installed it. Since the people at AAC see this thread regularly, I thought I would give my thoughts on it.

Pros:

1) Looks absolutely badass at night.

2) Easy to install, easy to wire. took me about 1.5 hours and I'm a total beginner to modifications

3) Everything is included, minus T-taps that you can get at any automotive store.

Cons:

1) Guys, the amber is really not that bright. But AAC has always stated this is the case with the amber, so if you get one you should know what you're getting into.

2) I really REALLY REALLY wish there were lights to the side of the bowtie. There are 6 lights on top, and 6 on bottom.

Neutral:

1) You can't see the bowtie lights in daytime, but this point is moot as why would you want to?

So if the designers are listening to me at AAC, I think the flaw with the "Amber bowtie" is that the amber is not bright enough. There has to be some way the amber could be brighter, right? I personally would pay more to have brighter amber.

But, with everything said, overall this is a wonderful mod and you guys sure know how to make great products. Keep up the great work!

And now the pics!!

Here is a pic showing the individual leds:

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And here is a BADASS night shot:

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AAC, if these pics suit your need, feel free to use them (and maybe give me a discount in the future hahah)

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So I got my amber bowtie and installed it. Since the people at AAC see this thread regularly, I thought I would give my thoughts on it.

Pros:

1) Looks absolutely badass at night.

2) Easy to install, easy to wire. took me about 1.5 hours and I'm a total beginner to modifications

3) Everything is included, minus T-taps that you can get at any automotive store.

Cons:

1) Guys, the amber is really not that bright. But AAC has always stated this is the case with the amber, so if you get one you should know what you're getting into.

2) I really REALLY REALLY wish there were lights to the side of the bowtie. There are 6 lights on top, and 6 on bottom.

Neutral:

1) You can't see the bowtie lights in daytime, but this point is moot as why would you want to?

So if the designers are listening to me at AAC, I think the flaw with the "Amber bowtie" is that the amber is not bright enough. There has to be some way the amber could be brighter, right? I personally would pay more to have brighter amber.

But, with everything said, overall this is a wonderful mod and you guys sure know how to make great products. Keep up the great work!

And now the pics!!

Here is a pic showing the individual leds:

Attachment 221752

And here is a BADASS night shot:

Attachment 221753

AAC, if these pics suit your need, feel free to use them (and maybe give me a discount in the future hahah)

Roshan
Thanks for the review and for posting pictures!

Unfortunately with amber the LEDs are not as bright as other colors; the only way to make the bow tie brighter is to use a different LED strip that we have but the bow tie will end up costing about $120 more because this strip that we use is much more expensive.
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Thanks for the review and for posting pictures!

Unfortunately with amber the LEDs are not as bright as other colors; the only way to make the bow tie brighter is to use a different LED strip that we have but the bow tie will end up costing about $120 more because this strip that we use is much more expensive.
Yeah I figured it would be more expensive but woah 120 bucks more! I'll stick to what you have now haha

But I was hoping you would address the side lights issue... the light seems to cutoff before the side of the emblem. What if you guys just used the same strip of LEDs but a longer one? The top and bottom are outlined really well, just not the sides.
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Just another piece of information for everyone....I have the single light bowtie and LOVE it. Very easy to install, even for the beginner.

Now, the "concern"..... I just installed a dual color bowtie for a friend (Red light with brakes, blue with running lights) what you need to know is that you must use 3 circuit boards in order to do this. The boards are not expensive ($4-5 at Radio Shack or car parts store) BUT you dont know this until you get the bowtie and read the addtional instructions.

AAC guys, please let customers know this when they purchase the dual lights. Im not sure if you guys sell the boards or not but if you dont, you should. It would have been nice to get everything required to hook this bad boy up all at once!

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Yeah I figured it would be more expensive but woah 120 bucks more! I'll stick to what you have now haha

But I was hoping you would address the side lights issue... the light seems to cutoff before the side of the emblem. What if you guys just used the same strip of LEDs but a longer one? The top and bottom are outlined really well, just not the sides.
We have crammed as many LEDs into that bow tie as we can but due to the fact that the emblem is not very tall we cannot mount LEDs into the side. Great idea though!

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Just another piece of information for everyone....I have the single light bowtie and LOVE it. Very easy to install, even for the beginner.

Now, the "concern"..... I just installed a dual color bowtie for a friend (Red light with brakes, blue with running lights) what you need to know is that you must use 3 circuit boards in order to do this. The boards are not expensive ($4-5 at Radio Shack or car parts store) BUT you dont know this until you get the bowtie and read the addtional instructions.

AAC guys, please let customers know this when they purchase the dual lights. Im not sure if you guys sell the boards or not but if you dont, you should. It would have been nice to get everything required to hook this bad boy up all at once!

GREAT PRODUCT THOUGH!!
I appreciate the feedback and I will make sure that everyone here knows about this. I have sold two emblems like this before but it is not something we sell a lot of so some of our sales staff may not know about how to wire this type of bow tie up.

Thanks again!
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Just another piece of information for everyone....I have the single light bowtie and LOVE it. Very easy to install, even for the beginner.

Now, the "concern"..... I just installed a dual color bowtie for a friend (Red light with brakes, blue with running lights) what you need to know is that you must use 3 circuit boards in order to do this. The boards are not expensive ($4-5 at Radio Shack or car parts store) BUT you dont know this until you get the bowtie and read the addtional instructions.

AAC guys, please let customers know this when they purchase the dual lights. Im not sure if you guys sell the boards or not but if you dont, you should. It would have been nice to get everything required to hook this bad boy up all at once!

GREAT PRODUCT THOUGH!!
Can you go into more detail about this, I'm STILL waiting on my dual color bowtie to get shipped, but I basically live in the middle of no where so I either have to drive 2 hours or order this stuff online if I can't get it at Walmart.... So if you could explain more about the detail and what I need so I can get it ahead of time that would be great!
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^^^ If you ordered a duel color bowtie, you will get a separate setof instructions that show you how to wire it up for the duel colors. You will need to buy 3 30/40 A SPDT Automotive Relays. The instructions will show you how to wire them up. I am not sure if Johnathon or the guys at AAC sell these or not. You may want to give them a call. If they sell them, just have them add it to your order. If not, you willneed to get them from somewhere. Im sure you can find them online. (http://www.amazon.com/Absolute-RLS12.../dp/B0002KR9GG or http://cgi.ebay.com/12V-12-VOLT-30-4...QQcmdZViewItem) I would suggest getting the 5 pin connector with the iwres as well.
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^^^ If you ordered a duel color bowtie, you will get a separate setof instructions that show you how to wire it up for the duel colors. You will need to buy 3 30/40 A SPDT Automotive Relays. The instructions will show you how to wire them up. I am not sure if Johnathon or the guys at AAC sell these or not. You may want to give them a call. If they sell them, just have them add it to your order. If not, you willneed to get them from somewhere. Im sure you can find them online. (http://www.amazon.com/Absolute-RLS12.../dp/B0002KR9GG or http://cgi.ebay.com/12V-12-VOLT-30-4...QQcmdZViewItem) I would suggest getting the 5 pin connector with the iwres as well.
Thanks for the info, should be able to get these before my bowtie comes in now, but what did you mean by "the 5 pin connector with the wires"

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^^^ If you ordered a duel color bowtie, you will get a separate setof instructions that show you how to wire it up for the duel colors. You will need to buy 3 30/40 A SPDT Automotive Relays. The instructions will show you how to wire them up. I am not sure if Johnathon or the guys at AAC sell these or not. You may want to give them a call. If they sell them, just have them add it to your order. If not, you willneed to get them from somewhere. Im sure you can find them online. (http://www.amazon.com/Absolute-RLS12.../dp/B0002KR9GG or http://cgi.ebay.com/12V-12-VOLT-30-4...QQcmdZViewItem) I would suggest getting the 5 pin connector with the iwres as well.
If it helps anyone I have about 20 or so of these sitting under my bed in a box. I guess PM me if you're interested in some.
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So I got my amber bowtie and installed it. Since the people at AAC see this thread regularly, I thought I would give my thoughts on it.
Amber is pretty hard to see at night but like you said, at night is is sick

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^^^ If you ordered a duel color bowtie, you will get a separate setof instructions that show you how to wire it up for the duel colors. You will need to buy 3 30/40 A SPDT Automotive Relays. The instructions will show you how to wire them up. I am not sure if Johnathon or the guys at AAC sell these or not. You may want to give them a call. If they sell them, just have them add it to your order. If not, you willneed to get them from somewhere. Im sure you can find them online. (http://www.amazon.com/Absolute-RLS12.../dp/B0002KR9GG or http://cgi.ebay.com/12V-12-VOLT-30-4...QQcmdZViewItem) I would suggest getting the 5 pin connector with the iwres as well.
What did you use the relay for? You should not need to use a relay unless your friend was trying to achieve a special effect. In that case the tech may have drawn up a diagram using a relay.
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What did you use the relay for? You should not need to use a relay unless your friend was trying to achieve a special effect. In that case the tech may have drawn up a diagram using a relay.
We did get the diagram drawing using the relays. She was wanting the Red LED on with the brake lights and the Blue LED on with the running lights.
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