marley4us said:Holy is right, i you keep the plexi, but if you are molding a lens for it, i would believe it wont.
I only disagree with you holy on one point, the rev6, i dont think every one does not have it because of price, i actually am not a fan of it, its still very retro.
and a good non OEM flush-mount has yet to made, if these where to be as quality as the OEM units, and done like "the Beast" which is what they are copied off of, I do think they would sell. but thats just my thoughts.
They wont sell like hot cakes, but no headlight conversion has cause of the price tag entailed to them.
I agree that the rev6 is not everyones taste, I was talking majority. I like and might rock them but I dont have to have them. If that makes sense. Now the rev6 taillights and had to have no question.
I also agree no conversion will sell like hotcakes as the market is fairly saturated with other conversions and ebay knockoffs. And at $600 I believe your pricing yourself out of the market.
The reason why I piped up is because I thought of making these as one of my new products but ran into way to many problems and was trying to help with some advice.
Even if you silicone the lenses in, then you cant remove them and if left on long enough in the sun when you try to remove it will pull up the paint. Again I know this by testing it first hand. Silicone has great adhesion and thats why we all use it so much. Again if you have a pin hole leak in the silicone now your really screwed.
For what its worth on a custon job I would say $600 is reasonable but not for something thats mass produced.
In my opinion I think square and sharp or hard lines dont belong on a stock vehicle. WE own mr2s people there isnt one sharp line on the stock body. Now if you have a sharp lined widebody that is a different story as your changing most of the body lines.