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Partly tinted rear lights
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A few years ago darkened or tinted rear lights where in,
the only way to do this was spraying the light block with clear plastic but
this was not removable and gave some troubles with Belgian MOT.

Played a little with the cutting plotter this summer and many tinted foils.
This one is removable and stays well in the B weather.

Cut a smaller and mirrored logo to replace the big plastic one
as it was not removable without leaving 3 mounting holes i upgrade to carbon style.

[Image: tintedrears.jpg]

[Image: logobootdinoc.jpg]
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#2
Looks very smart, goes with your whole colour scheme. You should look out for XTR on Belgian roads.
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#3
Does look nice.

I am waiting for someone to introduce some replacement led rear lights myself :whistle:
2010 XTR in black with bells and whistles

[Image: 5A50i.jpg]
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#4
It looks good Led rear light would look superb tho
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#5
Nil-points for being a Pug,but very tidy job all the same
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