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Old 22-12-14, 04:33 PM   #1
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Hi everyone.

I got a set of bulk standard front headlamps for a 307.

Im looking to get some Angel Eyes for ut but i thought it would be fun to create my own.

I have a set of HID lights with the conversion kit and have seen a set of LED strip lights and a set of circular led strips.

The only thing left to do is darken the entire housing to give it that dark evil look.

My maon question is.. with all the laws around with the UK coppers.. is it in any way illegal to convert the purpose built chrome mirror effect to deflect the lights inside the housing by painting it black.

This will make a nice finish when done and will stand out.

Let me know what you think.
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I don't think painting the mirror finish to black would be legal for road use to be honest.
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Old 23-12-14, 02:54 PM   #3
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I don't think painting the mirror finish to black would be legal for road use to be honest.
I dont think i explained the job properly.. the circular chrome domes that surround each bulb i am keeping stock, im on about the rest of the unit itself converting it to black as i just see it as a useless area..

The bulbs are going to be upgraded aswell yo give it maximum light output.. its just a trial and error thing i guess
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Did you have much luck with this??
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Did this a few years ago on a 306 light as far as I'm aware as long as the beam pattern isn't affected and it doesn't affect the colour of the beam you should be fine to do what you like
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Old 25-02-15, 09:54 AM   #6
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was going to do the same when I had my 306 but never got round to it - only difference was the fact I was going to use glow in the dark paint.
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