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Old 03-31-2013, 10:45 PM   #1
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Aftermarket halo dealer

Anyone know of a dealer that can install aftermarket LED halos ? I can not find a place that does them.
Preferably in the south east.
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Paint- Painted engine cover, steering wheel bezel, speedometer bezel, front bowtie, tail light bezels, wheel center caps.
Exterior lights- tinted tail lights and sidemarker lights.
Wheels- powdercoated stock RS 20' wheels black
Exhaust- Cat-back Dynomax Bullet Exhaust system with bullet muffler delete.
Misc- rear blackout kit from Big Worm Graphix, black side Camaro lettering from Emblem Pros, and rear Camaro lettering from Emblem Pros.
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Old 03-31-2013, 11:15 PM   #2
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Anyone know of a dealer that can install aftermarket LED halos ? I can not find a place that does them.
Preferably in the south east.
Theres a place here in Lawrenceville. They quoted me $300 to install the demon eyes halo kit, but that's a bit much for me.

But if cost isn't an issue, the place is called Total Appearance
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Old 03-31-2013, 11:45 PM   #3
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Oh ok. My brother in law has a shop in Lawrenceville on Clayton Street. The company is Twin Pistons Customs. He works on motorcycles, etc. He actually tinted my tails and sidemarkers for me.
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Lighting- LED footwell, grille, trunk, and engine lights done via DIY. LED dome, DRL, and tag lights.
Paint- Painted engine cover, steering wheel bezel, speedometer bezel, front bowtie, tail light bezels, wheel center caps.
Exterior lights- tinted tail lights and sidemarker lights.
Wheels- powdercoated stock RS 20' wheels black
Exhaust- Cat-back Dynomax Bullet Exhaust system with bullet muffler delete.
Misc- rear blackout kit from Big Worm Graphix, black side Camaro lettering from Emblem Pros, and rear Camaro lettering from Emblem Pros.
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Old 04-01-2013, 12:03 AM   #4
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What halos are you talking about? Are they something like the AAC kit or the JDP
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Old 04-01-2013, 08:18 AM   #5
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The oracle or JDP halos. They are all LED
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Lighting- LED footwell, grille, trunk, and engine lights done via DIY. LED dome, DRL, and tag lights.
Paint- Painted engine cover, steering wheel bezel, speedometer bezel, front bowtie, tail light bezels, wheel center caps.
Exterior lights- tinted tail lights and sidemarker lights.
Wheels- powdercoated stock RS 20' wheels black
Exhaust- Cat-back Dynomax Bullet Exhaust system with bullet muffler delete.
Misc- rear blackout kit from Big Worm Graphix, black side Camaro lettering from Emblem Pros, and rear Camaro lettering from Emblem Pros.
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Old 04-01-2013, 12:52 PM   #6
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Yes they are both LED but require two drastically different install processes. The AAC require you bake the headlights and take them apart. The JDP doesn't require you to bake the headlights so it takes a lot less time to do
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