Tantrum kits are the ultimate strobe system on the market, featuring one of a kind LED pods that have lead the Tantrum kits to become popular for way more than just LED strobe kits for your car. Today Tantrum kits are found on the trails of Moab mounting to rock crawling jeeps, the dunes of Arizona for night time illumination where 55watt fog lights used to be the norm, and in the Baja 1000 providing working light for night time repairs. Each kits consists of eight 1 watt pods, master controller with built-in microphone for sound interface, distribution block, wireless remote with a 1000' range, and cigarette lighter adapter for plug-and-play installations.
Vision X Triple Billet Mount Pods come with the option of flush mounting for flat surfaces, or billet mounts for clamping directly onto tubes such as roll cages. These powerful pods are great for dome lighting, indicator lights, or accent lighting on roll cages. These Billet Pods are the perfect addition for anything that needs extra auxiliary or accent lighting.
Vision X Mini-Motion LED bars are the perfect addition to any vehicles interior. Each kit contains two bars and a master controller with built in microphone to integrate into your vehicles sound system. Also included is a cigarette lighter adapter for plug-and-play installation
adapter can be removed for hardwire installations.
Let those around you know exactly where you are, avoiding a collision or other impact. When riding in the dunes at night, the risk of impact with another vehicle is greatly increased. Let those around you know your exact position with the high powered Vision X LED Buggy Whip Light.
Since 1997 Vision X has been lighting roads, deserts, and parking lots around the globe. In 2008 introducing the XPC battery packs they began to power the globe. With the introduction of the revolutionary universal high output led light, the Solstice Solo s1100 pod, it was only natural that a portable reusable power source was created to allow the s1100 to be used anywhere for anything
and so Vision X battery packs were introduced in 2009. Built to last it comes in a ergonomically designed rubberized polycarbonate body, in a handle like form-factor. The rugged rubber case can be removed to allow for a smaller foot print.