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Does anybody make them? Or have ideas on how to?
I used NightShades on my Stealth, it looks great, I don't regret it at all, It's part# VHT-SP999 through summit. 6.99 a can. You'd want 2 cans to be safe.Darktrail said:Get the spray. *Nightshades* its a tinting spray, should solve the problem.
Cool, you have any pics of how that came out? Did you do the center strip too? Only thing is, it's getting kinda chilly around here, highs in the 50s, Should I wait until spring to spray them to make sure it sticks good?Sabotage said:
I used NightShades on my Stealth, it looks great, I don't regret it at all, It's part# VHT-SP999 through summit. 6.99 a can. You'd want 2 cans to be safe.
It's thin & runy when you apply it. So you want to do maybe 5 light coats. It is labled off road use only but it lests enough light shine through to keep you from getting pulled.
You spray the outside.Stigmata said:Sabotage -
Have you looked into getting brighter bulbs to compensate for the Nightshade? I think I'd be afraid of someone hitting me from behind because my taillights weren't bright enough.
Also, do you spray the inside or the outside?
To be honnest I have never heard of ither place. If there anywhere near Wilmington I'm a long ways off. 4hr drive or so.matt92vr4 said:hey sabatoge, how far away are you from cape carterette/swansboro?