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Old 28-03-10, 09:17 PM   #1
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heya peeps. just brought a black 307 and i was wondering if there was a way i could tint the front standard lights. its a 2003.
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Hi, same colour and year as mine. Nice. Foliatec do a smoked headlight film. Dunno what its like tho.
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I bought a tint film off ebay - called "flyeyes" - unlike most tint films, it won't make the headlights illegal.
I'll see if I can find the link... (if I can post one yet )
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Hi,

Not sure if you need any still but we are a new company in the United Kingdom who sell a variety of film including light smoked, dark smoked, light blue and yellow for vehicle headlights / fog lights.

To see examples, please visit our facebook page, simply search 'protectandenhance'

Or as I'm unsure to whether we're allowed to post links, simply google 'protectandenhance' to get to our website

If you need any help, just us a shout.

many thanks,

Kind regards,

Ryan
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hi ryan, i appreciate your trying to run a business but site admins get touchy if people start promoting/advertising business on here without permission as they too are trying to run a business

i dont mind it personally, just giving you the heads up for next time etc



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Hi John, Oohh I'm sorry, I thought it was just against the rules to include a website etc.

So I thought I'd give users a change to view the product on my facebook page ''Protectandenhance'.

I did email the email address it says to email about these queries but yet to reply.
I was hoping we could sort something out.

Many thanks for your input
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yeah mate, like i say im not fussed and support everyone...especially nowadays in the financial climate etc.

may take some time to get a reply, tbh they are all north americans who run this site

hope you get something sorted



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Thanks for the input John,

Oo haha, okay I understand.

thanks, I hope to get it sorted too

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Ryan
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I guess they look 'ok' until you try and use your lights on a country lane, and inadvertently wallop a tree, then put my insurance up.
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Old 06-10-11, 09:29 PM   #10
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Apparently they're perforated and therefore the difference when your lights are on are next to none.

However I'd like to know the percentage of perforation, as that will tell me the percentage of light deflecting back into the unit and not on to the main road.

The rest of the story is as you say Phil, WALLOP!
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