i like them, i went with the reverse indiglows myself, how long did it take for installation, who cares if you typically see indiglows on hondas, its a style no matter what kinda car you got, if you like the style go with it, if not roll with ur orange and black which i personally hate
I think the reverse indiglo gauges would be pretty hot.. Does anyone know anysites to get them at, and how hard they would be to install. I think once you get rid of the stock stereo your orange and black pattern is ruined anyway....
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i got mine on ebay as well as all my other parts for my bimmer, from the fuel filter to my carbon fiber hood, all bought on ebay for way cheaper than other retailers, all retailers can suck my <expletive>!!!!!
I don't understand why people care so much about what other people do to their cars. "To each their own" is a great quote. As long as you like it and are comfortable with it nothing else really matters.
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Originally posted by iantosca@Aug 25 2004, 06:30 PM I don't understand why people care so much about what other people do to their cars. "To each their own" is a great quote. As long as you like it and are comfortable with it nothing else really matters.
I agree with that to an extent... but if people install cheap ricer lights on a bmw, it degrades society's opinion of bmws as a whole. BMW has a more prestigious aura, and if people start seeing ricer civic lights on a bmw, it'll lower their respect of it, not matter how minorly (or if consciously at all, but it still will).
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