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Old 11-01-2011, 12:20 PM   #550
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Join Date: Aug 2011
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Location: Detroit Metro Area
2011 WRX
Obsidian Black


Originally Posted by cianuro

If they're doing the cutout, you might want to check that it looks even. They might just slap the paint on there and pull the masking to leave it at that, no sanding of the light or anything. Since they say it's DOT approved, they might not need to.

I've been spray painting parts for a while now, so I know the amount of work required for the spray paint to look like shop applied. I even made a thread for acheiving my results with spray paint:
I do want the cutouts on both, he said I will be able to feel the edge of the paint. I'm moving to Ohio next year and have heard that passing vehicle inspection may be difficult if you paint over the reverse and turn signal. Don't know if anyone else has had a problem with that.

Your paint in the write up looks good BTW.
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