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Old 06-03-2002   #1
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Hyper Flasher?

Hyperflasher.com is selling them for $18 for a 2x, has anyone tried/bought one of this? I wanna know if they are good....bad... or if installation is a b**** before i get one. Thanks.
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theres a better price you can try for. . i haven't use the hyperflasher.com thingy. With a friend i did it with a DIY kinda of way with 2 and 1/2 times faster. It's faster than the original but not too fast. A great place to find a hyperblinker is at ebay.com. . . or try the DIY.. hope this helps!
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hmm.ebay doesnt carry the 7th gen civic hyper blinkers. Well, i saw one a while back on ebay but it was 6x!!! I'm looking for 2x, hyperblinker.com sells them for $28 compared to hyperflasher.com for $18. heh, any other suggestions?

btw i dont wanna try the DIY, sounds risky to me =P
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Is there any other place, like a store around my city where I can get one, I hate waiting for shipping.
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I just bought the 6x hyperblinker off a guy on ebay for $15 plus $2 for shipping and should get it by thursday and I'll let you know how they work and if you want the guy's email address i'm sure he can give you it for a decent price.
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i bought one from hyperblinker.com for 30 bones and its called a "strobe" blinker i tell you what man this thing blinks so fast its like u cant even tell it stopes blinkin
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yea I also bought the hyperblinker 6x from ebay. I think it's great. Installation is not that bad, all you have to do is plug it in. I think it looks perfect. It seems like your blinkers are going crazy fast cuz it clicks so fast, but if you look at it from the outside,, it looks pretty nice and isnt that fast. I would recommend it if you can get it for the min. bid on ebay. But I always wanted a 2x, i think 2x is good enough.
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loven the 6x flasher....the 2x would be a waist of money i think
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there is DIY for this on this website. just search for it and it will save you some $$$.
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it may be a hassle to do that and you might even mess up ur car, so why not just pay $15 and get it done easy and right?
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Yeah i dont want to mess up my OEM one and end up buying a new one...heh. I like to get things right the first time [IMG]i/expressions/face-icon-small-smile.gif[/IMG]
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I also noticed that the Civic has 2 box looking Blinker controller, but hyperflasher only sends one... is this all right? According to the website the other one is for the Emergency Lights...

Also, which one is it? the left or right one?
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