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post #1 of 20 (permalink) Old 27th November 2013, 23:29 Thread Starter
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After covering the rear of my car with one of coolice's vinyl strips (which I made a right mess of) I left it to the professionals.



Tint My Ride in Newcastle - Great job and top lads!

So I got the rear centre, break lights and the indicators done.






They even did the indicator covers too free of charge with an off cut piece






What do you think?

(I'd also like to add the vinyl strip looked really good but I just wasn't happy with my attempt at all and lost all patience with trying to sort it so I tore it off in a huff )

Coolice is a top bloke and a great help
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post #2 of 20 (permalink) Old 27th November 2013, 23:49
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I like it, gives your car a stealthy look .

Tint my ride are very good, they did my windows on my old civic
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Thats what im going for mate

Yeah they are sound! He said he has tinted a few civics like ours however never done the lights like he did mine, he said it was a pain in the arse hahah

Only took about 30 minutes too!
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the fly eyes look easy to do on the video lol. I know if I tried I will get it all wrong.

I think you should tint windows as well
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Get the front done aswell

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It looks nice mate.
I think it only looks brilliant with black car.
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Gives a different look I like it
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I will get the front lights done too after I replace the perspex grill with a black one..

Looks mean like I watched the bloke do it and it looked so simple - saying that he had a heat gun so the stuff was dead stretchy
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Get the front done aswell

Ive just got some for my crystal black fn3 and looking forward to going completely stealth with it just need to order some more to do my rears as my fronts are getting done first

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Does it affect the light output much when its on the front mate?
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I found that if it's dry then no, but it it's raining it's as though water site in the holes and makes your lights crap, main beam is still okay. But that's my opinion
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I found that if it's dry then no, but it it's raining it's as though water site in the holes and makes your lights crap, main beam is still okay. But that's my opinion

Cheers mate! What bulbs you got ?
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I'm not too sure what they are, they are xenons though
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Right no bother mate.. I think I'll get my front lights wrapped regardles when I install my new grill and if the bulb output is worse I'll just upgrade the bulbs
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Yeah beat way, when there is street lights still though it's fine really but just roads where there is no lights and raining it's not too good
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Yeah no problem mate cheers for the info..

Going for the blackout look myself but i'm leaving my yellow fog covers on
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Make sure you pant the door handles aswell
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I'll order myself some plastidip or wrap them in carbon mate still havent decided!...
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Looks good mate. It's on my to do list as well
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Cheers mate! Does completely change the rear end
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