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    yeh iv got the black kit. variant 1 i think. nah do them on the outside mate, if you dont like the look you can take it off easy without spliting your headlights.

    i will get pictures up later of mine, IMO it dont look tacky. each to there own i supose but dont slate until you have tried or seen it in real life. its an easy way of giving your cars headlights a slight tint without spending ages splitting your headlights, rubbing them down, prep them, spray them and then never getting the seal right again. dont get me wrong, that way of doing it gives a better result, but this took me about an hour to do and thats including taking the headlights off, cleaning them all up and taking time to put the film on and cutting it out.


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    i agree with you chasman ppl shouldnt dissaprove when they havent seen it for real! and also some ppl are getting the wrong impression...i dont want to do anythin to my HEADLIGHTS?????? its my indicators!??? ill post up 2 pictures so ppl can see what im trying to do? i photoshop'd it to see how it would look.....black kidney grill's and smoked indicators and foglights. to match the HEADLIGHTS?....note the foglights arent smoked but id like them the same as the indicators alll to match you c.
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    In that case, you can actually buy proper smoked/tinted indicators and sidelights. Would look that much better than a DIY kit.
     
     

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    Here's some indicators, anyway.
     
     

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    cheers for the help mr lamper but i dont think ill e spending close to £60 just yet as there will be the rear lights to do also so that would cost alot to buy them all again smoked....rather try the flyeyeskit for like£20.......i think alot of ppl are going to be using this soon once ppl get over the fact that it aint cheapo?.....cheers again :-D
     
     

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    Personally, I'd be worried about it getting scratched and stuff like that, so I'll be shelling out for them. To each his own, though. If you'd be happy with it, go ahead!
     
     

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    thats actually a good point but u dont know till you try....ive just been reading 1 of your other posts/threads about the retrofit obc heater dials etc.....did you ever get this done?
     
     

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    I just posted it last night, so not had that chance yet!

    I would have posted in that thread if I had, with pictures!

    I'll be adding it to my project thread!
     
     

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