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Old 08-07-2014, 06:03 PM   #1
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Coyote Tint Brakelight install

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Install: 4.6/5
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Recommended if you want a $13.00 Cheap mod. Looks bad ***. It's on American Muscle.
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Haha I just did this same thing a few hours ago. It looks totally ballin' fro a rear 3/4 view of the car... Goes great with the led tail lights


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Did the same no one knows what it means either


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I have one of those custom made, it says "1 BAD GT", I was also thinking about "RICE EATER"
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Recommended if you want a $13.00 Cheap mod. Looks bad ***. It's on American Muscle.
Looks great, Trevor! Thanks for the great review. We appreciate your feedback!

I love the Coyote 3rd brake light mod. It really adds a nice look!

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I've had mine on for a few months. Never mind the light above the C, we got that out with a bit more movement. Fits perfectly.
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Corny.......just my opinion though. Less is more sometimes.
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I've had mine on for a few months. Never mind the light above the C, we got that out with a bit more movement. Fits perfectly.
Why do you still have the dealer thing around your license plate
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Why do you still have the dealer thing around your license plate
I just haven't looked for a different frame.
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I just haven't looked for a different frame.
Get one of those smoked covers for the plate
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I have the solid piece for my 3rd brake light (along with all of the other vinyl blackout kits for the side indicators, tail lights, etc). On a black car, blacked out indicators are rather wicked!

Helps if you have a heat gun - you can warm them up a bit and stretch the vinyl to make sure there isnt any light coming thru around the edges. Use an exacto knife to trim the excess.

I do not recommend following the included instructions - all I ever got with the water method was a bunch of bubbles and a ruined kit. Clean & dry the surface, hit the vinyl with the heatgun to get it warm, and have a steady hand with applying it. Use the supplied squeegie to work the bubbles out if there are any (keep the vinyl warm via heatgun passes).
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I finally found a license plate frame I liked and some *** bag stole the Ford Racing emblem off it

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I have the solid piece for my 3rd brake light (along with all of the other vinyl blackout kits for the side indicators, tail lights, etc). On a black car, blacked out indicators are rather wicked!

Helps if you have a heat gun - you can warm them up a bit and stretch the vinyl to make sure there isnt any light coming thru around the edges. Use an exacto knife to trim the excess.

I do not recommend following the included instructions - all I ever got with the water method was a bunch of bubbles and a ruined kit. Clean & dry the surface, hit the vinyl with the heatgun to get it warm, and have a steady hand with applying it. Use the supplied squeegie to work the bubbles out if there are any (keep the vinyl warm via heatgun passes).
Might be an issue using this method on a tint with letters. May warp the letters so its uneven.

Especially with the heating and stretching.
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Might be an issue using this method on a tint with letters. May warp the letters so its uneven.

Especially with the heating and stretching.
True facts, I hadn't thought of that
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Very nice looking, Trevor. Love your GT! I have quite a few pics of it on my phone and have used it for inspiration in planning mods for my '14 GT.
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