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Old 09-01-2017, 07:03 PM
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I am looking for some kind of smoked/tinted headlights and/or taillights for my z33. I have seen a few for sale on the internet but i am not sure what I should buy. Anyone have any suggestions?

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Old 09-01-2017, 07:15 PM
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I am looking for some kind of smoked headlights and/or taillights for my z33. I have seen a few for sale on the internet but i am not sure what I should buy. Anyone have any suggestions?
Just curious, why do you want "smoked lights"? Is there something I should know about these that improves the lighting performance?
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Old 09-01-2017, 07:21 PM
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Just curious, why do you want "smoked lights"? Is there something I should know about these that improves the lighting performance?
Not for performance in the slightest. Call me a ricer but i think they look a little better than the stock ones.
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Not for performance in the slightest. Call me a ricer but i think they look a little better than the stock ones.
Well, shut my mouth, that there is some righteous honesty. Hahahahaha.... OK, so long as you've shut down my opinion stream, check out bluebat overlays here on this site. I know little about them other than many here use his stuff.

Here's one of his threads with contact info: https://my350z.com/forum/exterior-an...pics-here.html

Other source for such stuff is EBay. But beware of most of the dark, projector type, LED and all manner of other silly stuff headlights.... for the most part are junk (although there are people here who seem to be convinced they're OK). Popular are the Depo black headlights. Not too badly priced and if you're going to use repros, these are the ones to use.
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Well, shut my mouth, that there is some righteous honesty. Hahahahaha.... OK, so long as you've shut down my opinion stream, check out bluebat overlays here on this site. I know little about them other than many here use his stuff.

Here's one of his threads with contact info: https://my350z.com/forum/exterior-an...pics-here.html

Other source for such stuff is EBay. But beware of most of the dark, projector type, LED and all manner of other silly stuff headlights.... for the most part are junk (although there are people here who seem to be convinced they're OK). Popular are the Depo black headlights. Not too badly priced and if you're going to use repros, these are the ones to use.
If i where to get some of those overlays would i need some kind of brighter lights? I have an '03 with stock lights.
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