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    Default RikeCool solar films

    Hi guys,

    Recently booked a ride, and the SE is offering RikeCool solar film (Premium 63). There is an option to top up to Platinum 50.

    Understand over the phone from the person at RikeCool that Platinum 50 has a greenish tint and when people inside the car look out, also will be slightly greenish. Premium 63 has a blue tint.

    Does anyone here have the Plat50 installed on their rides and care to share whether it affects the driving a lot?

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    Default Re: RikeCool solar films

    You can correct the white balance if u shoot raw.







    hahaha..joking only, hope u dun find it offending..Try out the car forums, u get better answers there.
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    Default Re: RikeCool solar films

    wah piangz i read the first statement i was thinking "huh???"

    yup am reading through some of the forums there, but I surf here more regularly so thought posting here would be easier...

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    Default Re: RikeCool solar films

    make sure both filter out UV-A and UV-B, plus are road legal. I'm not sure what the police limits are in terms of light transmission through such film, but I'm certain if it's not within their levels you're going to be in for some stick if you get pulled over/caught.
    chicken fight!

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