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    Default Boot trim done!

    A little inspired by Badblack's car, I've started my mission to colour code everything black.

    Done the boot trim as the first bit, going to de-badge later on this week and carbon wrap the little chrome boot button. Oh, and give the car a ****** good wash!!

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    Looks good.

    Thought about the standard tinted rear lights too as the indicator is tinted and then tint the reverse lights to the same?

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    Is that something I could do myself or would I need to buy seperate light units?

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    you could use fly eyes over the top of your existing lights?? Simples to do and cost is minimal and if u dnt like the look or change ur mind just peel off!

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    looks good m8

    heres mine in carbon wrap


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    looks good m8

    heres mine in carbon wrap


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    Good shout Kyle I didn't even know such thing existed. Will definately be getting some of them to give my lights the smokey effect. The website says it's durable during normal car washing, is this true?

    I was torn between wrapping or spraying but decided to spray as I wanted it all the same shade. Now just need a spoiler like yours tolly!

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    Just bought a fly eye kit!

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    I'm always washing my car and I've never had a problem! It's the easiest thing in the world to use! Used a tiny amount of heat from hair dryer and that was it. You get credit card tool think to help with applying and also a Sharp scalpel to cut it properly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by john506 View Post
    Just bought a fly eye kit!

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