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    Long Nose Gar
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    True Warm Bars!

    I've been thinking it, and now Seelite has done it. Awesome Guys! The only thing left to do is make some that us poor people can afford.

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    Gator Gar
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    That's what they make yellow film for magically turns any cool white bar to warm white lol

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    Common Carp
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    Yeah but seelite is the only company I know of that makes the bars 120v

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    Common Carp
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    I didn't know they made them 120v. Now I am interested.
    Quote Originally Posted by jasonsuch86 View Post
    Yeah but seelite is the only company I know of that makes the bars 120v

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    Common Carp
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    well crap maybe they dont, I just looked again I didnt see them. I dont know why I was thinking they did

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    It's their floods that come in the 120VAC. The same light in DC has to be special ordered. It's pretty easy to drop a couple of G's on lights now days.

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    Bars still don't have the coverage I like, I'll stick to true floods

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    Common Carp
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    Have yall seen the new floods that they released? I think that they are 70W and 140W. They have a new style reflector that narrows the beam angle or something. And they are also in a much smaller housing than before. They look pretty cool.

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    Long Nose Gar
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    Definitely too many ways to spend a bunch of money.

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    Well i tryed out a 30" bar next to a 400w and 150w hps. Very close in range to the 400w hps and a fuller coverage. Spanked the 150w hps all the way around. I think you could use a 20" to replace a 400w hps.

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    Seriously? They worked that well? I have 8 seelite 50's 2 seelite 100's but currently am running 6 400 HPS's because its so bright!

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    Quote Originally Posted by hoyboy View Post
    Well i tryed out a 30" bar next to a 400w and 150w hps. Very close in range to the 400w hps and a fuller coverage. Spanked the 150w hps all the way around. I think you could use a 20" to replace a 400w hps.
    How clear of water were you in? If you're in really clear water I could see them being closer but in dirty water I cant. Not saying I cant be wrong though

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    I could see 2 ft down max. Tan color water. With the lights on the side of the boat. 400w hps then back 7 ft was the seelite. 7 ft farther was the 150hps.

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    The light bar had better range then 2 ×100w seelites next to each other in "hps" color

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