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Thread: Car tuning - neon & LED lights

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    Default Car tuning - neon & LED lights

    Hi,
    car tuning seems to be quite common and popular here in New Zealand, however, I was wondering if blue LED parking or blue LED license plate lights are allowed, or green Neon lights under the car or in front at the grill?

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    Allowed by law, or by taste?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Duncan74 View Post
    Allowed by law, or by taste?
    Couldn't have put it better myself

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    Quote Originally Posted by Duncan74 View Post
    Allowed by law, or by taste?
    Let's make it by law.

    That taste is subject to personal view, I figure out with all those Subarus and Mitsubishis on a daily basis :-)

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    Actually I don't mind the lights or taped on bodykits too much, it's the dustbin exhausts that I actually have a real issue with.

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    I think the rule is:

    If you car is not fast, then it must look fast.

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    And you must fit a wastegate thingy on your turbo to make that "woosh" noise, even though that means it generates much less power than if it was tuned properly and didn't make any noise.

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    And... If you ever get a chance to look inside, you will notice they have some "NICE" aftermarket pedal covers for that "special" racing look.

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    Ricing for the lose. :P

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    I'm actually just a bit jealous of them because the equivalent of that when I was young was putting tassels on the bar plugs of my Raleigh chopper and the clips from bread bags on the spokes.

    I suppose this is progress

    I'm also going to say sorry to the OP for not being able to answer what was a fair question.

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