..the fastest color in a Pacifica ever made...
We too are so happy with our choice. The "S" package compliments GCM nicely. :smile2: Unfortunately, ours currently has a slight "salt infested glaze" due to Wisconsin's connection to WINTER! :frown2:
Yup yup. Went with Rayno Phantom Nano-Ceramic "S5" film. It's a top-shelf film with 99.9% UV protection and excellent IR (heat) rejection. The front windows 35%, rear windows and liftgate 50% and tripane sunroof 50%. The front windshield was also done using Rayno Air 70%. Folks, get your Pac tinted, especially if you live in HOT states! Your factory "privacy tints" don't do diddly for UV protection and IR rejection. Make sure to stick with "ceramic" film with good IR rejection properties.pfft on them > 0
Hey is that your van with the new tint? Post more pics! Any info you can share about it too?
Lookin' really sharp there! :drool: The back got really dark, looks like 10% now. Are you able to see through the rear window just fine when driving at night?Final tint job completed. Initially had windshield 70%, everything else 50%. Went back today and re-did the fronts to darker 35% to better match the rears. Still slightly lighter than the rears but just about right for me (being here in CA with our strict front tint laws). Very happy with it.
I love the look now. 35% fronts (with no OEM privacy film) with 50% rears (with OEM privacy film) looks good for me. I didn't want EXACT match to the rears with our stricter CA laws. So i think it's just right and hopefully the cops don't give me trouble. I think the 50% on the tripane sunroof is perfect also and the 70% on the windshield is great too (seems basically transparent to me). It's what I'll recommend to others going fwd.Lookin' really sharp there! :drool: The back got really dark, looks like 10% now. Are you able to see through the rear window just fine when driving at night?
Dude I'm not getting a tax refund this year, so might have to stick with carbon tint and/or just do the fronts. I convinced my wife that we needed to provide more protection for our boys with adding tint, but she thinks it's more important to get her Corolla tinted first