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Old 12-30-2017, 12:48 AM   #1
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Location for Headlight Retrofitting

My subi currently. I want to find a shop to black out the headlights and have them into demon eyes with red daytime running and normal lights during night. Seen 1 subi like that before. A shop in SJ charged me $800, 500 labor, 200 demon eyes and 100 for blackout. Any other places?
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Light Werkz is another option. Probably about the same price.
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Damn it cost that much usually? didnt know. well SJ $800 was Xtreme HID. There is also Flyryde from premium auto styling but like 7 hr drive
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$800, the ricer tax seems appropriate to me.

I've seen a couple posts by random people offering the service here and on FB. The guy here was out of Sacramento though.
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Old 12-30-2017, 07:38 PM   #5
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If price is right i might drive to sac to have it retrofitted
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I'll say it again...
You get what you pay for.
If someone is offering the same service for significantly less money, they are cutting corners somewhere.
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If price is right i might drive to sac to have it retrofitted
Pm Jarek he can black out those headlights for you

his i-club user name is 1JavaBlk_in_Sac


You can find his listing on FB Norcal Subaru Market





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Blackout looks good on dark cars for sure. I wouldn't call it ricer, especially if you also upgrade the projectors for better performance.
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Old 01-10-2018, 01:55 AM   #9
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Well it is my car my money. People's opinion are their own hate towards the car. Doesnt hurt physically. People may call other cars rice while it can also be called turner to others.
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If it's your car and your money. Don't ***** about it being expensive.
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