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i got underbody neons and im gonna be putting some more in soon too..........i like em, i only use them at shows anyway, im not one of the sillies who drive with them on....

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I love what you've done with the car Cara ..that's a really cool unique look but not many can pull it off unless advertising their business because then it usually looks cheezy :( Oh and what sort of power did you get on the dyno?

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Hmm,

Exterior = No No on Street, unless parked, advertising or trying to grab attention to advertise. On show cars IN a show is alright.

Interior, I guess its ok just to light up the footwells and thats the max I would do, none of those " 6x9 speaker neons that strobe to your bass" crap.

Just my opinion.

MRXTCZ

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I love what you've done with the car Cara ..that's a really cool unique look but not many can pull it off unless advertising their business because then it usually looks cheezy :) Oh and what sort of power did you get on the dyno?

thanks dude, those were last years graphics :) but i really like that pic of her on the dybo :D

was having issues at the time with the girl so i think she made like 110 or something, couldnt work out what was going on :( so she didnt do her best at all :(

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Neons are old hat

I thought the kids are all into led strips these days, saw some the other day on a burgundy civic sedan all I could do was shake my head

I laughed in disgust when I first saw them on Audis, at least bmw's angel eyes are somewhat respectable, still a wank factor

the audi led strip to me is just a one-up to bmw that wasn't well thought out

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this is what my r34 used to look like with interior neons. dont get shiny reflective floor matts as they will light up your whole interior. its good and bad if you have dark tint. cops can see inside and wont be all its too dark pull him over. bad thing is when its too dark outside you cant see as the reflection of the neons on the inside on the window will make it difficult to see unless you have your window down.

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thanks dude, those were last years graphics :D but i really like that pic of her on the dybo ;)

was having issues at the time with the girl so i think she made like 110 or something, couldnt work out what was going on :( so she didnt do her best at all :(

If you'd switched the neons off you would have made an extra 90kw :) te he he he

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