I would have to disagree with you on this gtoformula. CA, Cyanoacrylate glue would be an extremely poor choice for repairing anything polycarbonate (such as the GT clear lenses) for a couple of reasons. A) The catalyst for these glues is hydroxide ions such as those found in water, or rather moisture. Where polycarbonate is impervious to water, it would likely CA would likely cure correctly. 2) When CA glues do cure they contract, this would likely cause the cracks to get worse, one of the main reason you can't use CA glue on acrylic.
I spent a lot of time on the phone with the folks at BSI
trying to find a suitable glue for my trunk seals and I learned a lot about what you should and should not use CA glues on. First on the list were poylcarbonate and acrylics.
Hope you are well, and the NTFC is alive and kicking! BTW, have you had a chance to see Tom Slick's new LS4 Fiero?