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    Opinions on Tint

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    Iím sure itís been discussed, but here goes. Window tint.. ive got a Daytona Gray S4 with black interior. Would you go 20% or 35%?
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    As dark as possible.
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    Active Member Two Rings
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    I agree with DOCEVG, go as dark as you can. I went road legal in Arkansas, which was 35% up front and 20% in the rear, or something like that. Only regret, I wish the fronts were darker.

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    Established Member Two Rings NC_Detail_Garage's Avatar
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    The factory windows are relatively dark and I had to use Suntek CIR 50% to get it the final reading to 35%.

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    Went 20% all around. Thanks for the input


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    Quote Originally Posted by bdotyoung View Post
    Went 20% all around. Thanks for the input


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    Good choice!

    I have the same spec and did 15% around and 50% on the windshield. Also 30% on the sunroof.


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