The back two sets of windows can go as dark as you want, but the front two are a little two dark for the law The shop said most people do it that way anyways. It looks darker than it is on the front two in that picture, I will take another that shows how it really is.
The reason cops don't like it is b/c they don't want to be sitting out side your window and them haveing a gun on them and they not know it. The best thing to do is roll the window down before he gets there.
The shop said not to roll them down for the first 3-5 days. So after a week it will not be a problem, but for the first few days it is making me a little nervous.
I am currently talking to someone with some Volans, hopfully have them on their in a few weeks.
Good job with those pix btw, they just make me want to get it done sooner!
The supension is really nice also, way more control over my car again. It just felt like i was going to bounce off the road with my old worn out stock stuff. I can't wait to slap on the anti-sway bars, and a struct tower brace soon.
Was the driver side window down in that pic?
Tint is a must for myself too. Here in Ontario we seem to have the lowest amount of tinting laws
I have a conservative 32 percent tint on all windows and a 20 percent sunstrip about 4 inches lower that the AS1 line on the front windsheild. Most of my friends get a 20 percent tint or darker all around, but I think a car looks classier when you can still see through it, and see out at night!
Quote "The supension is really nice also, way more control over my car again. It just felt like i was going to bounce off the road with my old worn out stock stuff. I can't wait to slap on the anti-sway bars, and a struct tower brace soon."
Yeah, I want the same new stuff for my car. Your ahead of the game with new shocks though. Check out some pics of my car in the "Chip fo 10 valve" thread. Its hard to tell for some reason in the picks but I have dark sun strip on the front windshield, I love it. Drive to work against the sunrise and it no longer bothers me. I hardly ever lower my visor now so I can always see the traffic lights were the view would normally be obstructed by the visor. God bless tint