It's funny you say that - I feel the same way about the blue. Ultimately I decided on Grigio because my MINI S was blue and I always regretted not getting the dark grey. So I went opposite this time. Rame is an awesome looking color. My dealer didn't have any on the lot. Had I actually seen one in person it may have swayed me in that direction. Don't see very many in that color. Oddly - my dealer told me that the least popular color in their studio is Grigio. I though that was interesting.While I like my blue color choice every time I see this I sorta wish I had went with this color choice instead, also sometimes the copper looking color does the same for me...aarrgghhh.
what's color stable mean! looks great.
how much? and is the rear window one piece
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I can't see that happening, 35% is the standard and NC has some pretty tough rules and they aren't fussing over it so I don't see you having any problems. As for the sunroof, 20% makes it PERFECT allowing a good amount of light in without the brightness and the higher risk of exposure to harmfulness from the sun which I have to consider.I was told the tint in the factory window plus 35 puts me over ?? Sent from my Argento 500
Read his signature... "Current: 2012 Fiat 500 Sport (Grigio) - Injen Cold Air Intake - Eibach Pro Lowering Springs - 35% 3M Color Stable Tint - Borla Cat back (Awaiting Shipment!) Garaged and in stasis: 1986 Bertone X 1/9 In the past: 1970 Fiat 850 Sedan, 1987 Bertone X 1/9 "Don't try to be a great man, just be a man. Let history make it's own judgements." - Zefram Cochrane, circa 2073."How do you know they are Eibachs? Which version? How much to install? Looks as good as coil overs!!! NICE Fiat 500 Argento Sport
Not really. I have the H&R which are .75" Front and 1.3" Rear drop. I would tend to agree that his rear looks like it may be more than 1.3", but then again it may just be the angle of the car to the camera or the way it is parked on the incline.Ahhhhh! Looks like more then 1.2 drop