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      07-06-2007, 10:06 PM   #1
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Smoked Headlights

I saw a kit online. I am all for the rear lights but I am 50/50 on this mod. Anyone ever do this? Is it legal? Pics? I am thinking of doing this on my graphite e92.
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      07-06-2007, 10:40 PM   #2
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I have the rears done but personally I dont think its safe to do the front.
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Whats the point of limiting your light output thus diminishing your safety?
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its better than u open up and pain the inside then laying films over it?! but i dun excatly remember on top of my head but the headlights r already black inside? idk...
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dun do it, looks fugly
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Whats the point of limiting your light output thus diminishing your safety?
Don't you have "blackened front/rear/side marker lights" on your 1997 M3? Does that limit your output thus dimishing your safety?
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i don't think this would be a smart thing to do, like the others said you will be limiting the amount of output of light with smoked headlights
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      07-07-2007, 10:19 PM   #8
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thanks for the input. the film i was looking at only blocks out 13%. anyone have any pics of this or yellow done?
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