I did notice a little glare off the gage pod but it was livable and I'm sure I'll get used to it. I think an all white dash would be too much on any vehicle. Unless of course I was a Grand Master Pimp Daddy..."Yo, Beyotch bedda have my money"wesf23 said:Hope you're not having mad sun glare, I remember watching this show on TV with an all white cadillac being done and the only thing that wasn't white was the dash(They were afraid of glare trouble). Any problems? Looks great though!
Already there bro...bdonscion said:Looking good man.....I wonder where you got the idea of the lights up there?
I love the Blue/White Combo, it looks great. You gonna do some under body lights to finish the lighting package? I added the under glow lights not too long ago and it looks pretty good all lit up.
Some graphics would set it off right though!!!
This guy up in KC painted his whole dash white. I don't know what he said about glare but it has to be a pain.surfcitylocal said:I did notice a little glare off the gage pod but it was livable and I'm sure I'll get used to it. I think an all white dash would be too much on any vehicle. Unless of course I was a Grand Master Pimp Daddy..."Yo, Beyotch bedda have my money"
I have it all wired up to one switch in the center console.bdonscion said:Great looking mods.....I stopped at the over head, underhood, underbody lights. great looking accents and awesome write up on the process....I am sure that this will help everyone with the installation. You need an open front grill to let your light shine through....
Do you have everything wired to one switch? I was checking out the plasmaglow "Control Freak" where you can wire up to 6 12v lines to one control with a remote. It would be easier than having all of these seperate switches everywhere.