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Probably the same way as here in Sweden.If you are at a parking lot, or standing still off the road it's OK.Otherwise probably not :P
There are loopholes everywhere haha!It's allowed in Sweden if they shine orange/Amber, since then it's a side-markin light.. But it cannot be too bright then either, so I'll have to dim the lights.However, in e.g. parking spaces you can use any lights you wish, but when you exit it, you have to turn it off .. :-) But mostly, this would be used when just showing off the car at shows and such, standing still with the car.
that would be cool , but tricky to install?
Hahaha, well I know it might not be liked by everyone.. But atleast I like it :D
Thank you!In the video there is a few angles of where I attached the ring.I've only attached the rings on the backside of the brakeshield with 4 screws/bolts with brackets right through. No place else, since if you attach it to the calipers, you get brake issues for example.And as you can see on the last step in the written version, I've taken the car to a racetrack (with the rings on) and went nuts, so everything was hot as it could be.And the rings took the heat very good.You can watch the laps for yourself : here :)I don't have any pictures from the backside more than in the video, but i'll see what i can fix.
Thank you :)
Ah yes, you are absolutely right.I never said this was legal .. however, for carshows and such it's great!
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