Has to be done in photo editing software. Open photo with said software, rotate to desired view, (this is the important part) Save/Save As file, close photo, upload photo. Works 95 percent of the time.Only 2 weeks in and looking good . . .
Haven’t a clue how to upload pics or get them the correct way round, any tips please?
We can be friends Wriggly, a Tx BCM & Geissele owner/user here >Mines currently hibernating.
It is. Color was changed from gray (which is OEM) to gloss black.So which is the before/after wheels?
Hope it’s the black ones to match body, not keen on the silver/grey. Otherwise almost identical to my coupe ;-)
Cool another triple black 718 BS! Post some pics please.The way this treatment is not totally blacked-out (where the wheel, incl. all nuances of sculpture/design, just disappears from most photos) but leaves each spoke edged in silver (looking like an extremely open 5-wishbone-spoke design) takes an 'interesting' wheel and raises it to 'very cool' in my admittedly old-school view.
(I also have a triple-black Boxster S with the most open 5-wishbone 20s I could find...). I'd do the roll-bar wrap too, strange that the original order spec'd it in 'Painted Ext. Color' with override to GT Silver (?) as the default matte black finish (on rollbar covers along with front grill, side intakes, rear fascia) matches JBM to start with.
Thanks for compliment and the tip re window tint level.It is. Color was changed from gray (which is OEM) to gloss black.
Looks sharp, @[email protected]. Be careful about 18 percent tint and tinted taillights: the former is illegal in most states (particularly on the side windows), and the latter is illegal in all 50 states.
Great tip - I would have never thought of that! Thanks!When you refit the centre badges remember to point them at the air valve :nerd: