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What do you use for the headlight warnings on the dash when fitting the 650 headlamps to prevent any errors on the dash @Mas
Never happened to any of the kits we have supplied or had fitted, but heard it happening to some owners who didn't take the precautionary steps as Body kit fitters for Super cars usually do. I highly recommend a fairly knowledgeable local garage, specially the ones who are specialist in fitting body kits and not the ones who claim to be super car specialist mechanically! a good mechanic isn't automatically a good body kit fitter!
Hence I don't think a McLaren garage is the right place for fitting a McLaren body kit, same applies to every other super car brands. A local dealership isn't specialist in fitting your aftermarket part, the most they can do is to play around for half a day and then say, sorry it doesnt fit, they still seem to be charging you for their precious time "trying" to fit this part which wasn't purchased from them "hence" it doesn't fit!
Trust me, that's the case in nearly every Dealership or the so called specialist garages and I speak from experience after working in some of the most reputable dealerships in the world, don't throw your money away by giving your car to these garages
Even those body shop repairs aren't the best option, as they're mostly used to fitting and removing standard body panels, not upgrades and completely different design body kits. You do need a body kit installer for the best result and there are many in every city around the world nowadays.
It's usually caused due to simply forgetting to take some basic precautionary steps before starting the headlight installation, or to be frank any electrically operated device such as the Speedometer etc!
From experience these cars have a very sensitive system and you have to make sure the car is always fully charged. Specially the 12C, I see the battery is very weak or way too sensitive, before performing any work, either drive the car for a while or always have your battery chargers on while kept garaged. I'm afraid in some cases I witnessed the owner needed a brand new battery which isn't cheap, as nothing is with McLaren cars. If that didn't get rid of the light, find a local ECU programmer and have him remove the warning light on the system.
We have now supplied our kits including this 675LT to some of the most famous brands and their McLaren projects around the world, many of these cars are still making headlines and attending shows around the world.
The good news is, many 650S owners have also benefited from this upgrade, As mentioned by @2013MP4-12C
each to their own, I do think upgrading is a personal preference and in my opinion it makes some cars look fresh and in many cases more unique.
In fact we have completely transformed a 650S to a 675LT! that's including the entire front and rear end, even speedometer and some interior parts were changed to 675LT spec... once again this is a personal preference, the owner wanted this upgrade and we happily supplied.
P1 Style Bonnet/Hood for both 12C and 650S
Louvered 12C Fenders/Arches.
675LT Style Side skirts conversion for both 650S and 12C!
And many more upgrades such as diffusers, bumpers etc!
Please always remember, a body kit or usually any body panel/aerodynamic part upgrade which is an aftermarket part, by no means should be treated as a mechanical upgrade where you simply remove a part and the replacement bolts right in its place! such an exhaust for example! hence a body kit specialist is required for the best result. The whole world is using body kits now and only those who are sourced from a professional manufacturer and fitted by a professional body kit installer are the ones catching the right attention. we have all seen those odd upgrades with huge gaps between panels!
If you need a reliable carbon upgrade then please contact the guys at Dizell.com
Sorry for the long write up, which I know Im not good at and thank you for giving your time to read through.
Wishing everyone a blessed day