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Tinted Head / Tail lights

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Have you guys ever heard of FlyEyes tint kits? I was browsing thru youtube for a diy tint vid and came across this...

I checked out their website and I think Ill be purchasing real soon. This stuff seems real easy to handle and it seems like something I cant F up. :)

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Wow, that does look easy! I might try that as well!

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Pretty cool... :)

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ok thats pretty damn cool.

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and you guys are welcome... :)

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lol thanks! :)

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Yeah, that's how my old rear tail lights were tinted before :lol2:

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Yeah, that's how my old rear tail lights were tinted before :lol2:

really? good stuff?

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Well, my tint was done at a local shop, basically, it's see through vinyl, and I have a feeling that's what this stuff is as well :lol2: Amazing job it did at protecting too, and you could buff it up real nice :)

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Well, my tint was done at a local shop, basically, it's see through vinyl, and I have a feeling that's what this stuff is as well :P Amazing job it did at protecting too, and you could buff it up real nice :lol2:

i think these a rather cool and look super easy if i havent sprayed mine i would of bought these

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just imo i think tinting headlights is ridiculous. reducing light output for you to drive/see is no good imo. tinted tails on the other hand. awesome.

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Just bought this!! :D

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just imo i think tinting headlights is ridiculous. reducing light output for you to drive/see is no good imo. tinted tails on the other hand. awesome.

how about a show set?

Just bought this!! :D

for the tails?

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Of course for the tails! Lol, I wouldn't tint the headlights.

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I don't mind the blue tint, I'm considering getting the blue for the Acura TL, and let me know how well that looks on the tail lights Mark, if it's not too dark, then I might get it for my LEDs as well...

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OK, sounds good! :dancingpontiac:

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OK, sounds good! :lol2:

:willy_nilly:

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I got them in the mail today and installed them today, I'm going to post pics in my progression thread now. :)

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easy? hard?

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VERY easy, however, the scalpel they give you is VERY SHARP! lol

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VERY easy, however, the scalpel they give you is VERY SHARP! lol

first the wires, now a mini mini knife?

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:D

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Thats awesome.. but if you can pull it off, how does it hold up to washing, rain, snow, dirt etc?

Here in Canada, we have spray tint. You can vary your coats. Can says not to use more than 2, well, I did 3. 1 coat being very light, 3 being dark. Comparable to tint covers. I did my front corners, and rear tail lights on my Montana. Of course, its permanent, but looks awesome, and was easy.

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how about a show set?

for the tails?

WAAAY to lazy to remove headlights for a show.

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Thats awesome.. but if you can pull it off, how does it hold up to washing, rain, snow, dirt etc?

Here in Canada, we have spray tint. You can vary your coats. Can says not to use more than 2, well, I did 3. 1 coat being very light, 3 being dark. Comparable to tint covers. I did my front corners, and rear tail lights on my Montana. Of course, its permanent, but looks awesome, and was easy.

When you take the hairdryer to it it activated a glue type stuff and it becomes permanent. ;)

I haven't tried washing it quite yet...

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