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BRUISEDGTCS 5/22/11 12:22 PM

so after thinking about it forever i did it
 
ordered pre cut tint films and put them on myself on all front lights i have an air bubble or two here or there but u have to be right up aganist the light over all install took about 1 hour let me know what u think


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11SHELBYGT500 5/22/11 12:24 PM


Originally Posted by BRUISEDGTCS
ordered pre cut tint films and put them on myself on all front lights i have an air bubble or two here or there but u have to be right up aganist the light over all install took about 1 hour let me know what u think

That can't be legal.

BRUISEDGTCS 5/22/11 12:28 PM

no neither is not having the front liscence plate on or having tinted tails or any tint on driver side window but its a weekend car and the cops usually give me the thumbs up its rele cloudy here today when i took the pics so they do look a little darker then they are ... if i get a ticket it will only be equipment no points so w/e

UnrealFord 5/22/11 01:43 PM

Mach1 headlamps are factory tinted.
http://www.americanmuscle.com/black-...ber-99-04.html
Vs Standard
http://www.americanmuscle.com/chrome...mber-9904.html

frank s 5/22/11 04:14 PM

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I'm missing the part where it says the tinted ones are factor-tinted and/or legal.

I use the snap-on plastic one for on-track, hoping to extend the life of stock covers by protecting them from sand and pebbles thrown up by cars in front (before I pass them).

I like the legality and contrast of the turn/parkers/side lamps.
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ricksGT/CS 5/22/11 05:45 PM


Originally Posted by frank s (Post 6078195)
I'm missing the part where it says the tinted ones are factor-tinted and/or legal.

I use the snap-on plastic one for on-track, hoping to extend the life of stock covers by protecting them from sand and pebbles thrown up by cars in front (before I pass them).

I like the legality and contrast of the turn/parkers/side lamps.
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hey Frank ,,who makes the blackout headlight covers you have ,and are they snap-on ,snap-off ,:nice:

frank s 5/22/11 07:33 PM


Originally Posted by ricksGT/CS (Post 6078232)
hey Frank ,,who makes the blackout headlight covers you have ,and are they snap-on ,snap-off ,:nice:

Those are by "GTS", and I got them from a California dealer who has since stopped dealing. Amuscle Murrican has them for the same price, if I recall correctly.

The headlamp covers snap on with the hood up, it clamps them in position. The foglamp covers are a friction fit, slide right on, and are a little more difficult to remove. I keep a little suction cup in the glove box for quick removal.

Shotokan1509 5/25/11 08:45 AM

Looks mean.

If the bubbles can't be cured with some heat, another old trick is take a pin to them.. very tiny hole to let the air out.


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