I think they make the car look newer aswell. I have never met someone who bought them and regretted the purchase. I'll def be getting a set myself... As soon as I get my car back on the road.Rager wrote:ill be honest.... does the jdm Tl really take 10 years off the car? ive never seen a Z with them ... shht i never see any z32 driving around here ... and ive owned my z for 5 years!
I have to admit this looks pretty good as I am also a fan of less or no badges beyond the smaller Z logo emblem for the nose, and the Fairlady Z and TT stickers for the rear.Z-owned wrote:The jspec tail lights are probably my favorite cosmetic thing I have done to my car. As for the center panel if you don't want any color the link below may be worth looking into.
ahhh i see... i can always buy the center piece later if needed. i can spend that savings on other goodiesAce2cool wrote:Not to mention the reverse light housings on the JDM center are chrome lined, I believe. Matches the JDM tails a little bit better. I'm rocking UDSM center, and the reverse lights look a bit faded to me when compared to the clear of the JDM tail turn signals. It looks fine though, and you'll only notice it if you scrutinize.
im sure i will.Z-owned wrote:lol when you get them and put them on you will wish you had put a dent in your bank account just to have them sooner. But the wait will be worth it.
BigTDogg (MA) wrote:Dude, you saved for the tails, get the tails. IMHO, the JSPEC center ties it all together nicely. The chrome insides of the lights are on the reverse lights as well.
Then get a deal on some adjustable links by calling Charles and getting a return customer discount
Rager wrote:JUST ORDERED!!! the full set!!
so this is all very exciting. I should have them here in a week i would guess. Im also just rented a garage here in CT so ill be able to get my z from my garage in VT and bring her down here and actually be able to drive it and participate in the Z32 photo game. its june and ivve only drove my z once for 10 minutes. but thats about to change.
next on the list, tints and installation of my powertrix CO