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hey guys, just wondering if any of you have these or what you think of them.

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Don't get anything from them. There are horror story threads all over the internet about people's experiences with them. They used to have forums on their site but THEIR OWN FORUMS became such bad publicity for them that they shut it down. I remember their moderators taking [email protected]*t about their customer service, that's how bad it was!

Plus, a lot of the stuff that they charge a small fortune for, you can easily do at home if you are handy. Some of the crazy ricer shit that they sell is a little difficult but the projector lens upgrade, halos, paint, and the demon eye thing are pretty easy actually.

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thanks guys can anyone point me in the right direction for parts or tutorials for making some wicked cool headlights?
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Here's a tutorial on how to black out the insides:

Blacking out 350z headlights - Nissan 350Z & 370Z Wiki

Depending upon how much you wanna do, you might need to go over to the evil site, look in here:

Body, Interior, Exterior & Lighting (DIY) - MY350Z.COM Forums

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lmao evil site. I was going to go through them 2 years ago when I began modding my Z. What held me back was the fact I had to send in my own lights. At the time, I only had my Z, so it would have been tough to get to and from work, especially at night time.
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