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Old 02-06-2006, 08:12 PM   #21
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oh its deffinately a factory spoiler, and the tint i am going to be doing is 5% on all the rear windows and 35%on front

my spoiler should be here next week i cant wait to get it on... i need ur guys opinion, its a black spoiler and i was thinking of not painting it and i was wondering if that would look good?
word of advice here.....i am NOT a fan of mixing tints....i perfer one % on the whole car ESPICALLY on a 4 door car....think about it...and it makes night driving super hard with the back windows dark....

and the black might not look that bad....give it a shot
the reason i am doing two diff shades is because of the law up here you can have whatever percent tint on the back but none on the front, but the cops wont pull you over for anything 35% and up, and i know night driving is hard but i don't mind cuz i dont drive much at night anyway
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dude im telling you.....the Bonnes dont look that good from a side view with 2 shades of tint......35% all the way around will look really good
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35% would be the best bet if theat is all the law will allow on the front. The tint on mine is 35% and looks good IMO.
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well i guess if you guys say it looks better i will take your word, i guess i will go with 35
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dude im telling you.....the Bonnes dont look that good from a side view with 2 shades of tint......35% all the way around will look really good
x2... looks horrible on my 00.. i cant believe i still ***** it up
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