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    Default pics of my VEILed car in Hong Kong

    Hi guys. I got a can of veil recently through NVR2fast, and here are pictures. I am rather worried of the plate being too dark, and my headlights are also too dark. Did I not apply it properly? Pls comment.

    Here are pics before i veiled.


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    Here is one it is veiled. Notice how dark the headlights are, maybe i put too much?




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    the plate, i'm little concerned might attract police attention.

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    Great looking car you have there. If you're concerned about the VEIL looking obvious on your plate you can buy a custom sized laser shield from Roy. I find the laser shield are less obvious then the VEIL.

    JTW

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    Hmm...... thanks, maybe i'll look into that.

    The Veil guy:
    Do you think my I could have done a much better job on the veiling? Did i over-do it on the headlights? You got way way better results on your video.

    Comments from anybody? I could re-do it if you poeple think its rather poor. Pls share your thoughts. This was first attempt.

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    Yeah... same on my S2000.

    The lights are HID, and usually (or were before) very bright and focused. Now with the VEIL, it seems the light scatters inside the light's housing, behind the glass, so now the light housing overall looks bright, but the "beam" of the HID is scattered and non-focused.

    My lights look similar to dilip's... and so does my license plates.

    I actually think the anti-laser plate will be more "illegal" than having some dirt/smudges on the license plate... we could just say we cleaned it with something corrosive or something haha :P

    But yeah... did we do our lights too dark, in your opinion?

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    Quote Originally Posted by nvr2fast
    Yeah... same on my S2000.

    The lights are HID, and usually (or were before) very bright and focused. Now with the VEIL, it seems the light scatters inside the light's housing, behind the glass, so now the light housing overall looks bright, but the "beam" of the HID is scattered and non-focused.

    My lights look similar to dilip's... and so does my license plates.

    I actually think the anti-laser plate will be more "illegal" than having some dirt/smudges on the license plate... we could just say we cleaned it with something corrosive or something haha :P

    But yeah... did we do our lights too dark, in your opinion?
    I like the look of dark headlights. It makes your car look meaner 8)

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    Quote Originally Posted by JammerTests Webmaster
    Quote Originally Posted by nvr2fast
    Yeah... same on my S2000.

    The lights are HID, and usually (or were before) very bright and focused. Now with the VEIL, it seems the light scatters inside the light's housing, behind the glass, so now the light housing overall looks bright, but the "beam" of the HID is scattered and non-focused.

    My lights look similar to dilip's... and so does my license plates.

    I actually think the anti-laser plate will be more "illegal" than having some dirt/smudges on the license plate... we could just say we cleaned it with something corrosive or something haha :P

    But yeah... did we do our lights too dark, in your opinion?
    I like the look of dark headlights. It makes your car look meaner 8)
    Yes, I like the look too... but it's degraded the functionality of the lights... to light the road

    I'm just wondering (well, i guess dilip also wonders this) is if this is "normal"... how much reduction in visible light is supposed to happen with VEIL on?

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    Quote Originally Posted by nvr2fast
    Quote Originally Posted by JammerTests Webmaster
    Quote Originally Posted by nvr2fast
    Yeah... same on my S2000.

    The lights are HID, and usually (or were before) very bright and focused. Now with the VEIL, it seems the light scatters inside the light's housing, behind the glass, so now the light housing overall looks bright, but the "beam" of the HID is scattered and non-focused.

    My lights look similar to dilip's... and so does my license plates.

    I actually think the anti-laser plate will be more "illegal" than having some dirt/smudges on the license plate... we could just say we cleaned it with something corrosive or something haha :P

    But yeah... did we do our lights too dark, in your opinion?
    I like the look of dark headlights. It makes your car look meaner 8)
    Yes, I like the look too... but it's degraded the functionality of the lights... to light the road

    I'm just wondering (well, i guess dilip also wonders this) is if this is "normal"... how much reduction in visible light is supposed to happen with VEIL on?
    This is what VEIL's website has to say about light output.

    Does VEIL Reduce Light Output?No.

    VEIL does not noticeably reduce the lumen output of headlights.

    In some cases, you may notice a pleasant bluish-violet hue that is often seen on many vehicles employing a HID lighting system.

 

 

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