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Old 09-02-2012, 10:24 PM   #36
CrankyWookie
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Originally Posted by *Ed8r* View Post
Which size dot and which "edition"? They make at least 3 different types: silver, blackout, and original.
I used the original (50%-80%), sorry I didn't mention that. I purchased these a year or two ago when the original was the only offering. The sheet includes a variety of sizes and shapes. I used the 3/4" dot.

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Originally Posted by Chaddz3 View Post
This appears to happen on the Manual Temperature Control system too... When the sensor is shaded, A/C output is reduced... Probably to increase fuel mileage..

As far as certain colors of cars becoming harder to see as it gets dark, I notice my silver car at dusk or dawn becomes almost invisible once you get about 30 yards or so from it... especially if theres a little dew in the air..
I hadn't even considered the impact on temp control. I'll have to see if I notice a difference. The nice thing about this mod is it's so easy to undo.
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