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Guys,

I'm to the place where I need to make a decision regarding turn signal solution. Time to show and tell me your turn signal switches, what has been working the best?

Thanks,

Chris.
 

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I'm using the Russ Thompson turn signal. He is a vendor, check out his link!
 

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Russ Thomsons signal
 

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If you don't like the Russ Thompson TS, American Autowire makes a toggle that will work the turn signal and the brake lamps without any black boxes or electronic gizmos.
 

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Russ Thompson's turn signal...
 

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Give Gordon Levy a call.

He has a very simple dash mounted turn signal switch. It is operated by a toggle switch and has a build in timer for shut off.

I've had mine 6 years now and I love it.

Mike

[ April 03, 2007, 03:40 PM: Message edited by: mikiec ]
 

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Russ thompson, looks cleaner than the Tristates setup, and its a Volkswagon unit,so quality is'nt problem. you do have to send him your hub for machine work.
 

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I have one of Richard Oben's from Northracecars.
 

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Turn Signals, we don't need no stickin turn signals!!!

Having said that, I am using Painless Turn/4-way toggel switch set up.
Tim
 

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I am using a toggle with built in LED mounted left of the steering wheel. The I^2 unit has self cancelling signals built in = cats meow!

Troy
 

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I plan on doing similar to rod, but with a simpler momentary switch to work with The I^2 unit w/ self cancelling...the same dash mount and arm sorta thing as above
 

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I've got the AAW harness, and I went with a little gizmo called BackOff, which operates with two momentary switches. Push down the left (or right) switch for 1 second to turn blinkers on for 6 seconds, 2 seconds for 25, 4 for 75. Push down both switches for 1 second to turn on the flashers, press 'em both again to turn them off.

I have a removable steering wheel, and this was an easy way to get turn signals without a bunch of toggle switches.
 

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separate switches left and right. this is a FUN car, gives me something to do.

the passenger is always happy to turn them off when i forget, which is becoming less and less often...
 

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Hand Signals..



You oughta see my 4-way flashers! :eek:

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Eddie - You need to re-order your guages in the order of importance..
Oil Pressure, Water Temp, Oil Temp, Fuel, Volts..


I know - where was I when you were figuring all that out? I'll crawl back under my rock now.. :D
 

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Another vote for Russ Thompson. Great vendor. He added a momentary switch to the end of his custom stalk [doesn't look like a VW]. I use it for high beams and flash-to-pass. Wiring diagrams to hook this up are included.
Pete
 
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