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Old 01-05-2006, 12:58 PM   #21
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Sorry for the delay
Here are some updated pixs of it

few pixs I took from the recent magazine photo shoot








some detail shots








some engine bay pixs taken by European Car Magazine (printed in January 2006 issue)






new # for my R54 motor



for some of you have already read the artical about my car on the European Car Magazine January 2006's issue.
Here are few pieces of infos I would like to edit, because there are few misprints in that artical.

1. RDSport's brake system is not manufacture by Brembo. European Car Magazine accidently put Brembo and RDSport's name together.

2. They put "0-60 mph: 5.8sec" which is incorrect. The correct info is "0-62 mph: 4.5sec".

3. They put "Top speed: 193mph" which is not right. The correct info is "Top speed: 200mph".


European Car Magazine will have a notice for everything above on their next issue as edited.
wuddup bro! do you have any details on how to get rid of the amber reflectors inside the headlights? any info would help. thanks.

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Old 01-05-2006, 01:11 PM   #22
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my brother recently blacked out his lights with some aerosal film, I have done it in the past with 35% dark film already cut to specs but i cannot find them anymore they use to be a sponser here.
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Old 01-05-2006, 01:29 PM   #26
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Old 01-05-2006, 03:44 PM   #27
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the smoked film on the headlights keeps haunting me.
They are saying buy me, buy me ......
I will be a copycat ! sorry.
operation "egg yolk blackout" is in full effect!
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ACSC30: what percent smoke is your headlight tints? 20% or 35%? thanks.
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Old 01-05-2006, 05:43 PM   #30
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who do i need to kill or F*** to have that car.
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For those not to fimilar with the actual power output of the car here is and article on it and more pictures. http://europeancarweb.com/features/0601ec_R54/
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wuddup bro! do you have any details on how to get rid of the amber reflectors inside the headlights? any info would help. thanks.

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Well...
The step is pretty simple but to make it right then you gata do it very carefully

to reflector
1. take out the headlights
2. put it in the oven and bake it for few minute to let the glue melt
3. take it out from the oven then take the clear cover apart fomt the headlight body
4. take out the yellow reflector and paint it black. wait for it gets dry then put it back in
5. apply a little more glue. put the cover back on. put it back to oven for few minute then you will have it.


Hope this will help you or I believe MITE46 just did similar thing to his E46 facelift coupe's headlight to install the halos. You might want to do a search on it

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ACSC30: what percent smoke is your headlight tints? 20% or 35%? thanks.
I didn't smoke the headlight. I only painted the yellow reflector black.
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Well...
The step is pretty simple but to make it right then you gata do it very carefully

to reflector
1. take out the headlights
2. put it in the oven and bake it for few minute to let the glue melt
3. take it out from the oven then take the clear cover apart fomt the headlight body
4. take out the yellow reflector and paint it black. wait for it gets dry then put it back in
5. apply a little more glue. put the cover back on. put it back to oven for few minute then you will have it.


Hope this will help you or I believe MITE46 just did similar thing to his E46 facelift coupe's headlight to install to halo. You might want to do a search on it

Thanks you you are a modding GOD!
My film just does not have the right look of perfection!
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