Originally Posted by syzygyQ
I'm thinking of replacing the LEDs with better, brighter ones -- assuming they're wired cleanly, is there any reason why LED's with greater pop would cause the system to fail?
What is the best, high visibility, high "pop" lighting system for small to medium planes in the same price category as the Turnigy kit? The Turnigy kit is super cheap, as in around $7-. So I'm looking, say, at $20ish dollars, up to say around $30- for a decent kit.
I believe the small heat shrink covered board on the Turnigy system holds the resistors for the LEDs, so you'd need to figure out what size they are and make sure they could properly run your replacement LEDs. Personally I build my own. LEDs are cheap, resistors are even cheaper. Add wire, some heat shrink tubing and a little soldering and you're good to go. I get most of my LEDs from these guys: http://evilmadscience.com/productsmenu/partsmenu/89-led