Custom headlight covers are manufactured from a UV stable tint film and designed to give OEM lights the appearance of a custom smoked headlamp. These kits a are custom designed and manufactured within 7-14 business specifically for your Custom. Get the custom lights you always dreamed of without having to use aftermarket lights or sprays.
Porsche custom headlight tint kits are a cost effective way to get a customized exterior without having to use spray paints, dips or aftermarket lights. These precut tint film covers are designed specific for OEM factory lights and can be ordered in over a dozen different tint shades to help you get that custom look for the next car meet or just that daily commute. When you have a difficult time...
Custom headlight tint wraps for your Universal by Rtint can be applied to OEM or aftermarket headlights or any light for that matter. Customize your headlights in smoke, blackout, blue, yellow and other tint shades. These wrap kits are a perfect way for DIY tinters to smoke their Universal's headlights without having to use chemicals or spray paint. Custom headlights can be had at a fraction of...
Porsche 3M Paint Restoration System is a nine piece kit designed to restore your vehicle's finish to a factory shine. This is a do-it-yourself system includes a trio of 3M refinishing compound: Scratch Remover Plus, Shine Restorer and Synthetic Wax Protectant. Apply these products in a 3-step color coded process using a 6-inch orbital sander or polisher (sold separately). All foam pads needed...
by chad peck, avondale estates
I wasn't so pleased with the smoky film for the headlights and tail lights. I applied one to the front headlights and it made it look like I had put on a piece of cheap plastic. So I removed it, the picture on the website makes it look way more nicer than it actually is. Sorry now I am returning the rest of the three films to get a refund.
by Wanda T., New Haven, CT
I love the look of the yellow tint film on my 996. Installation was not too bad given the size of the lights, but it did take me two tries to get it down just right. You definitely want to mist the light and the film before positioning it and heating it when stretching it over the curved portions.