No I have'nt driven with them yet I just put them on to see if it fit and see what they look like on the car plus they where already toking apart so I can have them painted.they are light but they fill very sturdy.When I have them completley done I'll let everybody know whats up. :thumbupHalfSpec said:Bigwolf... Have you driven anywhere with the mirror installed? I heard that the mirrors are pretty light and there might be some problems with vibration. Any comments?
Sorry I've already took them off to have them painted.But I'll have more pic of them when I put them back on. :thumbupLyle Beach said:More pics! How bout on from the side.... so you can see the whole car, and then a better 3/4 shot, from further back.
yeah lets not modify anything on our cars so they can all look the same, that would be cool! These arent my style, to be honest I thought they would look terrible but they are a lot better then I thought. cant wait to see them painted!KAMAKAZE said:i say leave the m3 mirrors to the m3... i think it looks terrible, can no one else see that the things are all jacked up
Yes I still get to keep the power mirror functions.MRQturbo said:i like how it looks...are u still gonna be able to keep the power mirror functions??.....how much did u pay for the mirrors and where did u get them from??.....
The only thing that came to mind was that the fiberglass resin might melt, bubble, or dissolve the film. I don't know how strong the stuff really is though.8Legs said:I would just scuff and shoot it. Why would you strip it off.