What is SPi Vision?
SPi Vision is an exciting new headlight and rear cluster tinting mesh that sticks to the outer surface of any light creating a factory finish dark smoke effect. Waterproof and durable so once applied it can be washed and treated like any other surface on your vehicle. There is no need to remove the light fitting. SPi Vision has excellent durability with great resistance to most road and weather conditions. SPi Vision is manufactured to conform to most light contours and can be installed quickly and if needed removed with little or no adhesive residue.
Please read and understand the MOT Regulations outlined on the website regarding Head and Rear Lights.
SPi - Vision Guide Note
Please note that high-intensity discharge light bulbs (H.I.D/Xenon) may cause excessive heat build-up under sustained high beam use. This may result in melting of the SPi Vision vinyl. Normally if the high-beam bulb has a silvered tip or a cowling in front of it, then this should be acceptable. If you are fitting this product to headlights, check your headlight configuration before applying. Those light clusters that have a protective coating or lacquer are unsuitable for applying SPi Vision. Like many vinyls it may damage this coating when the SPi Vision is removed. You should check for a protective layer before any installation of the SPi Vision.
SPi –Vision may not be suitable for installation on to non-factory or aftermarket fitted light clusters or where high intensity bulbs have been installed above factory guidelines. You must check before installation that the headlight is suitable.
MOT rules and regulations state:
A pair of headlights must: emit light of substantially the same colour and intensity. emit a steady colour of either white or yellow. be visible from a reasonable distance.
1.3: Brake lights
A brake light must emit a steady red light. At least 50% of the lamp must be visible from the rear Light must be visible from a reasonable distance
At least 50% of the reflecting surface must be visible from a reasonable distance.
Every indicator must emit amber light. At least 50% of the lamp must be visible. Light must be visible from a reasonable diqstance.
Masks, or converter kits.
A headlamp or rear tail lamp altered in this way is not a reason for MOT rejection. So long as light outputs are not adversely reduced, it emits the appropriate correct colour and the mask is securely attached.