Mini R56 LCI blackline taillight kit



Rear Tail Lamp Black Line Kit suitable all Second Gen MINIs. 

The lights are a direct replacement for the following cars:

Mini R56 LCI 3dr Hatchback 10-14 - All One, Cooper, Cooper S & JCW models
Mini R57 LCI Convertible 10-15 - All Cooper, Cooper S & JCW models
Mini R58 Coupe 11-15 - All Cooper, Cooper S & JCW models
Mini R59 Roadster 12-15 - All Cooper, Cooper S & JCW models

All other models will need the Retrofit kit and also you will need to do a small wirring modification. Instructions provided ( or have it done at our workshop ). This will require the warning lights to be coded out which we offer for FREE if you have a retrofit kit done at our workshop.

For all R56 R57 LCI R58 & R59 One and Cooper models, the Black Line reverse lamp can be purchased separately. Please contact us for more information.


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