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Vendor EVS Motors is your exclusive Authorized PhotoSync Window Film Installer & Dealer

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    Here's Photosync 35% all around and 75% on the front windshield. This is our recommended setup for those looking to maximize heat rejection as much as possible while adding some privacy to their glass.
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    Here's another Model S getting Photosycn on the windows and windshield. We're doing 45% on the sides/back and 75% on the front windshield. Check the pics below for an idea on clarity and color.

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    Here's a Model S with Photosync 35% on the sides/back. Slightly darker than the post I did above with 45%. The last picture below shows the 45% on the left next to it for comparison.

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    It's super hot today! Once we finish tinting this front windshield with Photosync 75, the whole car will have Photosync all around. DSC00253.JPG
     
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    Some more pictures of Teslas that we have helped these past few days. Photosync is the predominately preferred film due to the heat rejection performance. Every bit helps, especially when it comes to kw usage.

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    Quite a few Model X clients have asked us:
    Do I need to tint the back windows since they are already come tinted?

    If one of your main concerns is heat rejection, yes. The back windows aren't actually "tinted" in the definition that there's a film on the windows. The glass pieces themselves are just darker from Tesla. There's no actual film on the glass. The shade/darkness does help a little bit, but you'll be missing out on a lot of heat rejection if you don't tint them still.

    Can you match the front 2 windows to the back?
    While maintaining the legal limits in Texas, it's not possible. The front 2 windows need to read at least 25% when an officer tests your windows. The back windows are typically about 15-20%.

    Here's some pictures of a MX with Photosync 35 on all the sides/back and Photosync 75 on the front windshield. The shade looks great on the grey.
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    Really love how this S turned out! The silver with white seats really make the inside look a lot lighter. Combined with Photosync 35 and 75, it gives it a really sophisticated look.

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    #68 EVS Motors, Jul 21, 2018
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    Photosync 35 on the sides and back of this red S. Despite the amount of privacy it gives while looking in the car, looking out is considerably a lot clearer to give passengers optimal visibility.
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    #69 EVS Motors, Jul 24, 2018
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    Hello everyone, we were thinking of a way to show our appreciation for our Tesla clients that come to us. We know a lot of Tesla owners are always looking for the best absolute products and services for their clients. So we thought very hard on this to find a value to give to you for giving us your business.

    So here is what we have available and it is limited to 8 spots only. It is summer and it is really hot we know that. It’s over 100 degrees on average lately and our shop a/c went out as well due to this unbarring heat. We lost 2 a/c units and have been sweating it out ourselves. Just got it fixed and we thought how unbearable this heat can be for people. So here is the special deal we got which to be honest most Tesla clients are buying these services and products anyways from us.

    **Buy Spectra Photosync Window Tint for all glass surfaces of your car (windshield, panoroof/moonroof, all side glass and rear glass), installation for a BlackVue DR750S-2CH and we will throw in for FREE the BlackVue DR750S-2CH with a hard wire kit. If you own a Model S without a Panoramic roof or only a small sunroof then unfortunately this deal does not apply to you as it would be unfair for the other vehicles who have to pay for additional coverage. However we are more than happy to accommodate you in other ways to make you happy.**

    This is a fantastic deal because most our Tesla friends are already buying the window tints and BlackVue anyways, why not get the BlackVue for free!

    Here is the pricing breakdown.
    Spectra Photosync Windshield $299
    Side windows and rear $699
    Panoramic Roofs (Includes Model X massive windshield in this price and Model 3 massive rear glass) $499
    BlackVue DR750S-2CH Installation $250

    With the purchase of the above then you get a free BlackVue DR750S-2CH (MSRP $400) and a hardwire kit (MSRP $25).

    Also with this package deal with will offer you a Tesla Model 3 rental from EVSgo ($155 value daily rental) for the duration of your service. This isn’t any cheap Model 3, this is the premium long range model that costs about $60k per car.

    FYI, this deal is ONLY being offered to Tesla owners. No other cars will be available for this special deal.

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    To book an appointment, pm me. Thank you.
     
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    Summer marches on and so does the heat. I really like how Photosync 35 looks on the sides and back on a white S with white seats. Some nice shade without being too dark. Photosync 75 on the front. DSC00752.JPG DSC00756.JPG DSC00755.JPG
     
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    Happy Saturday everyone! It's a nice day out and we're getting this Model 3 ready for the Houston heat! Ceraluxe 33/Photosync 35 on sides and back coming up.
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    Quick little tip for you looking to get tint on your Tesla:

    The term "ceramic" gets thrown around a lot and has become a buzz word for tints. While ceramic tints tend to block more heat than say dyed or some metallic tints, it’s become more of a trendy word in the window tint market than anything else. A lot companies recognize this, so they tend to throw in “ceramic” in any of their films. They justify it by adding a little bit of ceramic material in the tint when actually it’s made up of mostly other properties—like dye or metals. This means you could be potentially getting a film that will still turn purple over time (dye) or have signal interference (metallic). These are also known as hybrid films. Very few brands actually sell 100% ceramic tints. If you find them, they are usually higher in price due to quality and having higher heat rejection than hybrid films. Ceramic films also are no longer the highest heat rejecting tints available, which is why our Ceraluxe film is considered "mid-level" in our lineup compared to Photosync.

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    Quick revision to the Window Film/Blackvue Bundle. more names added.
     
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    We're prepping an EVSgo Model 3 rental to get ready for their clients' adventures around Houston by tinting all the windows including the front windshield and sunroof with Photosync.

    A lot of new Model 3 owners have been asking if they need to get the sunroof tinted, since Tesla says it comes with built-in UV/IR rejection. Having driven a Model 3 that has Photosync on the sides/back and the front windshield, I do notice heat coming through the top above my head. I'm sure whatever is built-in helps, but it seems like a lot of our clients experience the same thing too. It probably isn't obvious when the sides/back and front aren't tinted since those are going to be worse, but now that the rest of the windows are protected, sunroof is the most vulnerable window now.

    For those of you who don't know, EVSgo is Houston's premier electric vehicle rental center. Right now you can rent Model 3's for your own enjoyment. Whether it's because you want a nice long test drive, need a rental because your Tesla is in the shop for repairs, or just want a fun car for your adventures in Houston, hit up EVSgo today. www.evsgo.com

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    Brand new Model S is with us getting Photosync done on all the windows, including the panoramic sunroof.
    If you're in the Houston area, I invite you to stop by and feel what your interior can feel like with Photosync.
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    Received a brand new Model S in. Photosync on all the sides/back and front windshield.

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    Updated the Blackvue special promo, thank you to those who participated!
     
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    #79 EVS Motors, Aug 23, 2018
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    Brand new Model 3 Performance in with a bunch of services to get it ready for Houston. Starting it off with Photosync all the way around, including the front windshield and sunroof.

    We offer 1 and 2 piece rear windshield options for clients that want different price points. I attached pictures at the bottom to show how the 2 piece looks from the inside. The rear windshield is done all in Photosync 35. The gradient you see in the picture is from the OEM glass, not the film, or where the film ends/starts.

    This is a very viable option as long as your installer is very experienced with seaming films. Because of this method, you can do different shades on top/bottom, and your installer will probably charge less than a one piece.

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    I'm adding one more picture from the 3 because I had some people ask how 35% looks on the back window and on the sunroof. If you do both windows in 35%, it pretty much looks the same. DSC01218.JPG
     
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