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      10-17-2011, 01:22 PM   #4
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Originally Posted by kmarei View Post
when i was looking into making mine brighter
the voltage with headlights off was around 10.75
with headlights on it was 3.3v
so they basically never get the full voltage, even with the headlights off
good job
can't wait to hear how to do this
sales of GP thunders will sky rocket due to this
I can change it from six volts to sixteen. I can go higher or lower but didn't want to push the envelope in either direction. My goal was to just stop the headlights from dimming, which I achieved by setting the voltage slightly higher than the stock setting. I haven't tested the voltage at the rings themselves, but I suspect that the reading will be much lower than what is programmed in the code.

Edit: Anyone with GP Thunders - contact me to have it coded for free. I want to see what it looks like
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