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Jan 28, 6:18pm - #92521 
Vinyl Question...

I was thinking about buying some vinyls off of Blue Bat for my headlights, but I was wondering how long they would hold up for. I'm definitely going to get one for my mounted brake light but only because it's in the rear and doesn't take damage from debris like rocks and shit.

So in short, how resistant are these things to dirt, damage, and washing? Especially the headlight covers. Thanks.


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Jan 28, 6:32pm - #92522 
very resistant...they hold up to anything and will last for 7 years...


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Jan 28, 6:42pm - #92523 
Originally Posted by VSGTS14
very resistant...they hold up to anything and will last for 7 years...


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Thanks for the feedback. I was just worried that putting them on my headlights was just asking for trouble from ding marks caused by rocks and such. What's the texture to these things? Are they as smooth as they look, or are they a little grainy to the touch?


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Jan 28, 6:42pm - #92524 
Originally Posted by slidr
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very resistant...they hold up to anything and will last for 7 years...


they are great d00d! thumbsup thumbsup
Thanks for the feedback. I was just worried that putting them on my headlights was just asking for trouble from ding marks caused by rocks and such. What's the texture to these things? Are they as smooth as they look, or are they a little grainy to the touch?


most likely, smooth man grin thumbsup


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Thanks.


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Jan 28, 8:01pm - #92526 
Oh, and I wanted THESE but in silver to match my car. What do you all think?

Also, what does it mean to give it a "carbon fiber and smoke finish?" It's only $3 more so sounds good, just need to know what the hell it would look like. grin


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Jan 28, 8:14pm - #92528 
yeah bro i love mines i have the smoke kit and it looks great thumbsup
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Jan 28, 8:18pm - #92529 
Originally Posted by tru_Asiatik_Pride
yeah bro i love mines i have the smoke kit and it looks great thumbsup
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I'm assuming that the smoke kit is transparent giving the effect of a smoked headlight and the regular ones aren't transparent at all?

What about the carbon fiber?


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Jan 28, 8:24pm - #92530 
get the smoked kit man...it'll look the best! grin grin


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Jan 28, 8:32pm - #92531 
Originally Posted by VSGTS14
get the smoked kit man...it'll look the best! grin grin
But am I right when I say that the smoked kit is transparent while the other ones aren't? I really have no idea as you can see. grin

What's with the carbon fiber?


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Jan 28, 8:46pm - #92532 
Originally Posted by slidr

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get the smoked kit man...it'll look the best! grin grin
But am I right when I say that the smoked kit is transparent while the other ones aren't? I really have no idea as you can see. grin

What's with the carbon fiber?


the first one is a full vinyl cover...so light only goes through the holes

and Carbon Fiber is a Carbon Fiber finish


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Jan 28, 8:49pm - #92533 
Originally Posted by slidr
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get the smoked kit man...it'll look the best! grin grin
But am I right when I say that the smoked kit is transparent while the other ones aren't? I really have no idea as you can see. grin

What's with the carbon fiber?
this pik will give you an idea of what the carbon fiber will look like. I have yet to see them on headlights though

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Jan 28, 9:34pm - #92534 
Okay. I thought the $3 was for both smoked and Carbon Fiber, but it appears that it's three bucks for each.


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Jan 28, 9:41pm - #92535 
TrojanUSMC has the carbon fiber covers
here is a pic, hope he dosent mind

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Jan 28, 9:46pm - #92536 
Ah, so those are what the Carbon Fiber ones look like. Don't know if those would look best on my car since I don't have a Carbon Fiber Hood. Now I guess my only debate is between the regular ones and the smoked. Might get the regular because I think it might look better since my car is silver. Just gotta decide if I want black or silver for the vinyls.

What do you guys think? Only seen pics of the silver Celicas with the black ones on but I think the silver on silver look would be cool. grin


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Jan 29, 9:13am - #92537 
Originally Posted by slidr
Ah, so those are what the Carbon Fiber ones look like. Don't know if those would look best on my car since I don't have a Carbon Fiber Hood. Now I guess my only debate is between the regular ones and the smoked. Might get the regular because I think it might look better since my car is silver. Just gotta decide if I want black or silver for the vinyls.

What do you guys think? Only seen pics of the silver Celicas with the black ones on but I think the silver on silver look would be cool. grin


Definitely go with smoked.


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Jan 29, 10:36am - #92538 
What's the probibility that I could fuck up installing the vinyls? Nothing I do turns out right on the first try. I just don't wanna put them half way on and then realize that they are on crooked or something. spineyes


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Jan 29, 10:41am - #92539 
My friend tried to put mine on and he f*cked it up. frown I'm planning on getting a smoked kit and doing it myself.

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Jan 29, 10:43am - #92540 
Originally Posted by xXMaGNuSXx
My friend tried to put mine on and he f*cked it up. frown I'm planning on getting a smoked kit and doing it myself.
Is it just peel and stick?


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Jan 29, 10:58am - #92541 
Originally Posted by slidr
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My friend tried to put mine on and he f*cked it up. frown I'm planning on getting a smoked kit and doing it myself.
Is it just peel and stick?

it is, but you need to take your time also there is a lot of trimming involved but its not that hard i kinda rush mine but its still looks ok i guess tongue

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Jan 29, 11:10am - #92542 
Yep vinyl's are easy to put on. If you are worried about them being straight just use water w/ a little dish soap in it. It will let you slide the vinyl around some.

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Jan 29, 11:11am - #92544 
Originally Posted by slidr
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My friend tried to put mine on and he f*cked it up. frown I'm planning on getting a smoked kit and doing it myself.
Is it just peel and stick?


I assume so. I didn't see my friend install it, he just said he screwed up. I'm guessing he didn't align it right before he stuck it on, so he stuck it on, peeled it off, stuck it on, peeled it off, etc up to the point where the vinyl just looked like crap. No more install privileges for him. spineyes

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Jan 29, 11:31am - #92545 
Originally Posted by GTSHYPR
Yep vinyl's are easy to put on. If you are worried about them being straight just use water w/ a little dish soap in it. It will let you slide the vinyl around some.
Won't affect its adhering properties?


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Jan 29, 11:33am - #92546 
Originally Posted by xXMaGNuSXx
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My friend tried to put mine on and he f*cked it up. frown I'm planning on getting a smoked kit and doing it myself.
Is it just peel and stick?


I assume so. I didn't see my friend install it, he just said he screwed up. I'm guessing he didn't align it right before he stuck it on, so he stuck it on, peeled it off, stuck it on, peeled it off, etc up to the point where the vinyl just looked like crap. No more install privileges for him. spineyes


when installing vynil, just get a big bowl and fill it with water, put some dish soap in and mix it. then dip the overlay in the bowl. then put it on your car, makes it more maneuverable. thumbsup

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Originally Posted by spaztikid
Originally Posted by xXMaGNuSXx
Originally Posted by slidr
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My friend tried to put mine on and he f*cked it up. frown I'm planning on getting a smoked kit and doing it myself.
Is it just peel and stick?


I assume so. I didn't see my friend install it, he just said he screwed up. I'm guessing he didn't align it right before he stuck it on, so he stuck it on, peeled it off, stuck it on, peeled it off, etc up to the point where the vinyl just looked like crap. No more install privileges for him. spineyes


when installing vynil, just get a big bowl and fill it with water, put some dish soap in and mix it. then dip the overlay in the bowl. then put it on your car, makes it more maneuverable. thumbsup
Ok, now I'm confused. I'm a newb when it comes to appearance mods but I though a vinyl was just like a big sticker. How does it adhere to the car, and how easily can it be removed?


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Jan 29, 11:41am - #92548 
Originally Posted by slidr
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Originally Posted by slidr
[quote=xXMaGNuSXx]My friend tried to put mine on and he f*cked it up. frown I'm planning on getting a smoked kit and doing it myself.
Is it just peel and stick?


I assume so. I didn't see my friend install it, he just said he screwed up. I'm guessing he didn't align it right before he stuck it on, so he stuck it on, peeled it off, stuck it on, peeled it off, etc up to the point where the vinyl just looked like crap. No more install privileges for him. spineyes


when installing vynil, just get a big bowl and fill it with water, put some dish soap in and mix it. then dip the overlay in the bowl. then put it on your car, makes it more maneuverable. thumbsup
Ok, now I'm confused. I'm a newb when it comes to appearance mods but I though a vinyl was just like a big sticker. How does it adhere to the car, and how easily can it be removed? [/quote]

it has some glue on the back, but is also kinda like static electricity... it just pulls to the surface. easy to remove... just pull off.

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Originally Posted by spaztikid

Originally Posted by slidr

Originally Posted by spaztikid

Originally Posted by xXMaGNuSXx

[quote=slidr]
[quote=xXMaGNuSXx]
My friend tried to put mine on and he f*cked it up. frown I'm planning on getting a smoked kit and doing it myself.
Is it just peel and stick?


I assume so. I didn't see my friend install it, he just said he screwed up. I'm guessing he didn't align it right before he stuck it on, so he stuck it on, peeled it off, stuck it on, peeled it off, etc up to the point where the vinyl just looked like crap. No more install privileges for him. spineyes


when installing vynil, just get a big bowl and fill it with water, put some dish soap in and mix it. then dip the overlay in the bowl. then put it on your car, makes it more maneuverable. thumbsup
Ok, now I'm confused. I'm a newb when it comes to appearance mods but I though a vinyl was just like a big sticker. How does it adhere to the car, and how easily can it be removed? [/quote]

it has some glue on the back, but is also kinda like static electricity... it just pulls to the surface. easy to remove... just pull off. [/quote]So these might come off or move a little in a car wash, and some fucker could just peel them off? How thick are they?


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Jan 29, 11:59am - #92550 
Originally Posted by slidr
Originally Posted by spaztikid
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Originally Posted by slidr
[quote=xXMaGNuSXx]My friend tried to put mine on and he f*cked it up. frown I'm planning on getting a smoked kit and doing it myself.
Is it just peel and stick?


I assume so. I didn't see my friend install it, he just said he screwed up. I'm guessing he didn't align it right before he stuck it on, so he stuck it on, peeled it off, stuck it on, peeled it off, etc up to the point where the vinyl just looked like crap. No more install privileges for him. spineyes


when installing vynil, just get a big bowl and fill it with water, put some dish soap in and mix it. then dip the overlay in the bowl. then put it on your car, makes it more maneuverable. thumbsup
Ok, now I'm confused. I'm a newb when it comes to appearance mods but I though a vinyl was just like a big sticker. How does it adhere to the car, and how easily can it be removed? [/quote]

OK this is how I did mine. *Keep in mind everyone might have their own way*
-I took a spay bottle and put one-two drops of dish soap in it and filled the rest w/ water.

-Clean the area of the car where you want to put the vinyl.

-Placed the vinyl on the car were I wanted it w/ little pieces of tape at the top only. Then took a few step back to make sure that, that's how I wanted it.

-Then lift the bottom of the vinyl up while keeping the top taped to the car. (think of it as door on hinges)

-Spay the car w/ the solution in the spray bottle. And then peal the backing off of the vinyl and spary the vinyl very lightly.

-Starting at the top where the pieces of tape are slowly role the vinyl down until the whole thing is on.(If you wanted to move it a little now is the time to do it).

-Wipe the excess water off and smooth out any air bubbles.

-Start at a corner and peal the top piece of paper off of the vinyl.SLOWLY Let it sit for at least an hour.

And you're done.

I hope that this helps and like I said before the different people have different ways of doing it. This is just what worked for me.

As for how easy do they come off... Vinyl decals are different from stickers. If you want to remove them you will need to use a hairdryer to heat them up a little and peal them off. Don't get the hairdryer to close cause you might melt your paint. I've heard of people using heat guns but I wouldn't recomend it.



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Jan 29, 2:09pm - #92551 
is that the h7?

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Jan 29, 2:10pm - #92552 
Originally Posted by tru_Asiatik_Pride
yeah bro i love mines i have the smoke kit and it looks great thumbsup
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Jan 29, 4:41pm - #92553 
Originally Posted by Sultan
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yeah bro i love mines i have the smoke kit and it looks great thumbsup
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h7 ?

there the h5 smoke kit

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Jan 29, 5:30pm - #92554 
Originally Posted by tru_Asiatik_Pride
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yeah bro i love mines i have the smoke kit and it looks great thumbsup
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h7 ?

there the h5 smoke kit
I like it, but if I was gonna get a vinyl for my mounted brake light, then I was thinking of making the headlight the same color (silver) and not making it see-through.


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Jan 30, 7:16pm - #92555 
I use only the best Vinyl for all my Overlays. 7 Year High Performance. No fading or peeling thumbsup thumbsup

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Jan 30, 9:03pm - #92556 
Ok guys, what do you think about this for my silver GTS...

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Jan 30, 9:04pm - #92557 
Or this, but in Silver...

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Jan 30, 9:05pm - #92558 
Bat, you have any pics of the picture above but in silver?


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Jan 30, 10:18pm - #92559 
Comon guys, I need your opinions cause I am too stupid to make up my own mind! grin wink


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Jan 30, 10:24pm - #92560 
I've just today moved on from my Carbon Fiber look. Not because I didn't like it, I just felt like changing them. I had them over a year and my only problem was with loose corners catching wind. Easy fix though.

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Jan 31, 4:04am - #92561 
Originally Posted by slidr

Bat, you have any pics of the picture above but in silver?

street prototype's car(hope he doesnt mind) thumbsup
honestly i think the smoke kit would look nice on silver
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Jan 31, 10:12am - #92562 
If you go wityh the h5 smoke kit, might as well get the v14 smoke taillight kit as well, and the bL1 3rd brakelight kit in smoke, oh the sm1 Sidemarker kit, a must thumbsup wave I can give you a package deal if you're interested. Email me wink.

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Feb 2, 8:45pm - #92563 
Originally Posted by tru_Asiatik_Pride
Originally Posted by slidr
Bat, you have any pics of the picture above but in silver?

street prototype's car(hope he doesnt mind) thumbsup
honestly i think the smoke kit would look nice on silver
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But I don't think he has the smoked ones, does he? I thought the smoked ones wouldn't let the lights show through as much as they do on that one. confused


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Feb 3, 6:14pm - #92564 
Ok guys, should I go with the h5...

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Feb 3, 6:14pm - #92565 
Or the h6...

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Feb 3, 6:15pm - #92566 
^^ My car is silver, so should I go with that color, or black and get the centerhood kit in black too? I NEED HELP! wave


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Feb 3, 6:18pm - #92567 
I say the H5, my ceil is silver too i was gonna do the same thing.. as far as the center Hood.. i think you should do that in black, it looks nice!!

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Feb 3, 6:42pm - #92568 
Yeah, but if I get the centerhood, should I get the headlight vinyls in black, or silver?


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Feb 3, 6:47pm - #92569 
I would say silver, but black could accent it nicely

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Feb 3, 7:04pm - #92570 
Hmmm, so many choices. Now I don't know if I should get the 3rd brake light cover smoked or not. grin


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