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grantb 02-25-2011 11:45 PM

New product I saw on another forum
 
Check this out! I seen this on another forum i frequent.

http://www.flyeyeskit.co.uk/order.php



Its on the way! [IMG]http://***********.net/vb/images/smilies/thumbsup.gif[/IMG]

I will update shortly once I get it installed and post my a new thread with my experience with it.

Seems pretty idiot proof.

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Description Unit price Qty Amount
Fly Eyes Kit 45x75cm black2
Item# 9.30 GBP 4 37.20 GBP
Subtotal 37.20 GBP
Shipping and handling 5.95 GBP
Total 43.15 GBP
Payment 43.15 GBP

From amount $71.17 USD
To amount 43.15 GBP
Exchange rate: 1 U.S. Dollar = 0.606294 British Pounds

MasterWK 02-25-2011 11:53 PM

Re: New product I saw on another forum
 
Good luck. Post pics when you're done! That stuff looks interesting.

GR33N D3M0N 02-26-2011 12:01 AM

Re: New product I saw on another forum
 
wow, thats expensive, almost as much as having the tails professionally done!

Scottina06 02-26-2011 12:18 AM

Re: New product I saw on another forum
 
cool stuff

Megatron 02-26-2011 12:22 AM

Re: New product I saw on another forum
 
Just like using saran wrap, LOL

kewllll

White Chocolate 02-26-2011 01:36 AM

Re: New product I saw on another forum
 
Meh, for the cost of it, I would not use it.

Its as easy as pealing and stealing yo

I stole yo tint yoo

grantb 02-26-2011 08:43 AM

Re: New product I saw on another forum
 
While i do agree the american to pound conversion has this being some what pricey, I am not having to be without my aftermarket tails for any length of time, nor am i having to worry about jacking them up by sanding and spray painting myself. My main concern with doing the spray myself would be that my meticulous eyes would be bothered by any oddly shaped specs (when the nozzle clumps up and spews paint out in balls rather than a nice even mist). I am just hesitant that is all, I have seen other folks do it without any issues. Someone said somewhere (trying to confirm this is a problem or not) using the nightshades product does wear off over time?

If you were going to have them professionally done - who would you guys recommend?

So i feel that the cost of my time to tint them myself using this vs other methods might be worth it - as long as it isn't ugly - then i will be sad.

Plus some body has to be the Guinea pig :D

If they are not dark enough or close enough to the stock tint i might take them off - we shall see!!!


-One thing - it probably would have been somewhat cheaper but since i am a lazy night owl, I was on the computer late last night and didnt want to go measure the headlights or taillights to find the appropriate size I could buy. So I just bought the largest sheet they have X 4 - LOOLOLOL...

RYANSWJ 02-26-2011 04:13 PM

Re: New product I saw on another forum
 
Sweet product but the cost is to steep, but very interesting.. make me want to get mine professional done.

MasterWK 02-26-2011 06:17 PM

Re: New product I saw on another forum
 
Use your sheet wisely so you can do your headlights too...

grantb 02-26-2011 11:40 PM

Re: New product I saw on another forum
 
I will have plenty of sheet, since I got 4 sheets of the size - 45x75cm or 17.7inch X 29.5inch sheets

I was too lazy to measure the headlights and taillights and order a size that would have been more appropriate. Could have saved some money probably.

MasterWK 02-27-2011 03:48 AM

Re: New product I saw on another forum
 
That's really a lot... Good luck with this stuff lol

Dvirgil 02-27-2011 10:53 PM

Re: New product I saw on another forum
 
i saw this stuff a while ago when looking for styling mods for my r1(motorcycle). Its been in those circles for awhile..works good. a bit expensive i think,,colored saran wrap is cheaper..i think you can find something close to this in hardware stores also..don't know what its called though..


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