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Trigger 6 Shooter

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by Flyingfischer5 » Sun Apr 15, 2018 3:37 pm

Just got a Trigger 6 Shooter as a demo through work. :excited: This thing looks and feels amazing. Feels built extremely well and very heavy duty. Hopefully get my rack and all my lights in soon so I can test this thing out.

Here is a link to it: http://triggercontroller.com/

On order I have
- 52" light bar for the roof
- 28" for my push bar
- Rigid SAE compliant D-series fogs
- Rigid D-series Pro flood diffused - 2 sets (a set for each side of roof rack for perimeter lighting)
- Rigid Ignite Flush mount for backup lights

Also what lights do you use for rock lights? I have been looking at the Oracle kit but up for suggestions.

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by cpyonker » Sun Apr 15, 2018 4:28 pm

Finally a new post! Anyway I am interested to see how this pans out.


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by mason10198 » Mon Apr 16, 2018 11:37 am

Hmm.. I've never seen this one before. Only heard of the SwitchPros and SPod. Be sure and post up after you've used it for a bit, I'm interested to see if it lives up to their claims. Mainly the battery life on the remote panel and quality of their programming.

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by Flyingfischer5 » Mon Apr 16, 2018 11:33 pm

Definitely will keep you guys posted on this system.

While I'm at it did anything ever come of the A pillar light mounts? I saw someone made prototypes and emailed him but haven't heard anything back. Any other options out there that I can't find or will I need to come up with something myself? Also don't want any of those hood or fender clamp-on styles.
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by Trail X » Tue Apr 17, 2018 6:57 am

You need more lighting?
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by Flyingfischer5 » Tue Apr 17, 2018 8:09 pm

You can never have too much light..... hahahah
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by cpyonker » Tue Apr 17, 2018 9:30 pm

Except when your at camp trying to sleep, and there is THAT guy with 12 flashlights just too read a book... I digress.


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by Trail X » Thu Apr 19, 2018 9:32 am

I used to share the same opinion, but its really more about quality of light, not quantity. I tend to be happier just running my hella grille lights than my led roof lights because its not only a warmer light, but the beam is also focused in the right places. Really, they are all I ever find that I need. Just my two cents.
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by Flyingfischer5 » Sat May 19, 2018 11:10 am

Well this weekend is the one. I have my mounting spot figured out and ready for the 6-Shooter, all my lights and brackets are here. I should be all illuminated by Monday!

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by Flyingfischer5 » Sun Aug 19, 2018 5:03 pm

I never gave an update. I have it all installed and working. The system works great except for the app currently. They have an updated model with external antennas and I have the old model. They are going to RMA it for me so I can get the new model.

But so far I love the whole system. Made wiring my 6 different sets of lights a breeze. I can have all my lights on and it handles it flawlessly.(51" bar, 30" bar, Rigid fogs, 2x Rigid diffused, and Rigid reverse lights)

I'll post photos of where I mounted both the controller and switch module tomorrow and keep you guys updated on the new model and longevity of the system,
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