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Jono


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Reply Scooner
8:24 AM on May 1, 2014 
Hi Jono, the lights I used are Ninco. The holes were drilled with a dental drill and placed to friction fit the bulbs. The front headlights are set proud to give more light. Just after I drill the holes I paint the interior and back half of the car body underneath with matt black paint to prevent light leakage. The bulbs are then positioned and either glued in place or I use a resin which is also dental [the same I use to flare the front wheels]. The back lights use to be easy untill Ninco no longer presented red tail lights so I had to use the resin [which just happens to be trenslucent and red!] to replicate the tail lights, this can be tricky or you could use Slot-It bulbs [which I have not used] Soldering depends on wether you use Digital or Analogue. The cost per car is about 30$ last time I checked for the Ninco lights. As soon as I get my new V8 [will they ever come out? 5 months late so far] I will be mounting lights so I may be able to send pics as I do it. Let me know if I can be of further help, Paul.