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Conversation Between Fidget and Spang
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  1. Spang
    06-09-2011 01:13 AM - permalink
    Thanks again for the info, you are helping me a BUNCH! I'm so glad I found this site so soon after I purchased my car, it's been so informative.
  2. Spang
    06-07-2011 10:17 PM - permalink
    (2 of 2)
    Ok, not what I was hoping to hear but I guess I can deal with that. "So how long would all this take?" I asked. "7 working days + 3-4 days shipping back to me but FYI the colorshift lights are $399", she replied.

    Wow! Does this come with lube? Ouch!
    So does this compare with what you paid? That's a total of $647 US! For lights! Oh my! Did you also have them do your white halos and if so I'm assuming that this was even MORE cost? I'm trying to decide what I want to do but I definitely want "A" halo of some kind so any info you give me would be great!
    P.S. I still think you have the most awesome looking car on here!
    Thanks for any info you can give me!
  3. Spang
    06-07-2011 10:17 PM - permalink
    I had to break this into two posts so this is (1 of 2)

    I was literally adoring your colorshift halos and I have questions! :confused:

    So you had the colorshift halos installed on two of the lamps (Headlamp and Park lamp) on each side and then the white halos on just the headlamps, is this correct? I talked to that company this week about doing mine and it seemed like a LOT of money to me so if you don't mind could you let me know if this makes sense? (The costs below are all US dollars btw)

    After I contacted them via email I was initially told $199 for installation of halo's and $49 for shipment back to me. When I replied asking if that installation cost covered the halos as well (why would she quote the installation and not the lights?) she replied that it did not (DOH!) and that the halos for headlights were $219. So here I am staring at $219 + $199 + $49=$467.
  4. Fidget
    05-27-2011 11:28 PM - permalink
    Hello Spang! :)
    Just read your message **~~
    The kit I used was VDI..(vertical doors inc) They are the best to get as they are made for our cars...
    I will take a picture of the side veiw for you later and send it to you....
    They open up easy**~~ :)And yes even a larger person can fit adequatly I would say....and the hinge does opem even in the "normal" way to allow you to enter witout lifting the doors if needed.. But I always lift mine.
    I am I suppose of average size...5'7" and 128 lbs....
    I love 'em! **~~ They always get plenty of "ooooohhhss" and "awwwwwwWwsss" so yeah...the verticals are pretty much for showoffs...and I am not afraid to admit I would be one of those! **~~* ! HA!
    **~Cheers!~~** Any more question let me know..hope this helps** ;)

    ***~~If you never did, you should. These things are fun, and fun is good" -Dr Seuss... ***~ :dthumbs:
  5. Spang
    05-20-2011 12:21 AM - permalink
    Hello Fidget,
    You car looks awesome!
    I have a question for you; what brand are your "lambo" doors and how do you like them? I have yet to see a good side view of a Sky with the doors up. Do they open up far enough to allow adequate entry room for an average sized person? Does the hinge allow the door to be opened normally as well as "up" or does it just open far enough to clear the door jamb to be pushed into the up position?
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