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Old 11-29-2009, 06:59 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I got a great idea based off a custom pc pic I saw. Tint my case window so that its black when off, but illuminates blue with all my fan LEDS when it is turned on. What do you think? I was thinking of using a spray on tint I used for the tailights on my car, since it came out solid black on there yet the brake lights and blinkers still shine through perfectly.
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Old 11-30-2009, 08:32 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Good idea.. I think I'll do this myself.. The lights can be a bit bright for night gaming.

I've used the VHT tint before and it was hard to get PERFECT coverage. -Got lucky on my taillights on the Camaro. I'd just stick with the roll tint from Average-Auto.. (They're by FAR advanced.. :\ )

I'd put it on the outside, take the clear panel off completely, if you can. Grab some Stoner Invisible glass.. That stuff is AWESOME!!!

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I know my local acrylic supplier has tinted acrylic, two sided acrylic and mirror acrylic as well.
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hmm, i'd just buy some pre tinted plexi glass if it were me.

eStreet Plastics - plexiglass store

they have a nice selection and custom sizes are available.

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