Light gray reverse light/blinker

Discussion in 'Member Journals & Project Build Stories' started by Alpharettawrx, Sep 4, 2016.

  1. Alpharettawrx

    Alpharettawrx Member

    Okay so I went with the light gray tint for the revese light/blinker area on the rear lights. Not sure if it was the right choice. Opinions would be much appreciated. What'yall think?

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    Last edited: Sep 4, 2016
  2. Matt

    Matt Think before you post Staff Member Supporting Member

    I can barely tell the difference.

    Also, and I understand why, but blanking out the license plate is pointless. A law was passed years ago that prohibits people from getting any information from a license plate. The Drivers Privacy Protection Act (DPPA) is the law passed in 1994.
  3. Alpharettawrx

    Alpharettawrx Member

    Good to know about the law. Thx. Also, I was thinking the same about the light tints.
  4. Western

    Western Supporting Member

    I can't tell a difference at all

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  5. Alex

    Alex Community Founder Staff Member

    Do you have a before photo, too?
  6. Alpharettawrx

    Alpharettawrx Member

    Sir Alex. Unfortunately I don't. But.. I just ran out and shot some AFTER pics. Here they are.


  7. Alex

    Alex Community Founder Staff Member

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  8. Alpharettawrx

    Alpharettawrx Member

    I agree, however I'm a bit unsure of the wattage (the diff in it if any), and it's annoying consequences. (bulbs burning out, car not recognizing it i.e. perceiving it as a burnt bulb etc.) I had seen the LED conversion video on SubieSpeed which addressed all that with a relay box of some kind, that would go under the steering wheel column. I said screw it! I wasn't willing to do all that.

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