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Old 02-17-2012, 02:49 PM   #1
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dipped interior

Just got my trim pieces hydrographiced still got to clear the pieces but what yall think

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Looks good ive been meaning to do something similar but havent decides on the color yet.
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Thanks .. well the base color is my car color
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I would have done the same if my car was any different color but its silver seems kinda plain so i rather do some other color
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Ahh true but I like silver look close the fiber is silver lol
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Re: dipped interior

its neat seeing how that process is done
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Old 02-17-2012, 03:36 PM   #7
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I agree
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how did you do that ? it looks killer !!!
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Looks good!
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how did you do that ? it looks killer !!!
First layed down my cars color then let it dry put the fiber in to its activater and then dipped each part.. it look even better once I get two coats of clear over it
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Re: dipped interior

Looks awesome!
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First layed down my cars color then let it dry put the fiber in to its activater and then dipped each part.. it look even better once I get two coats of clear over it
it came out badass dude i would like to try that buy idk what color would look good on a black car
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Black carbon fiber looks sick with black .. good thing about black tho every color matches it lol
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Black carbon fiber looks sick with black .. good thing about black tho every color matches it lol
lol thats true. black carbon fiber would look badass now that u mention it
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And I was gonna dip my windstar upper intake to match those interior parts but I'm going super charged so its just chilling in my trunk
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And I was gonna dip my windstar upper intake to match those interior parts but I'm going super charged so its just chilling in my trunk
lucky !!! i was going to buy a turbo kit or supercharger but i decided to buy my wife the new bedset shes wanted!
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Nice brownie points ... Well its a super coupe set up... Heads.. lower intake.. supercharger.. pulleys.. intercooler system.. for 400 bucks.. And actually have a turbo couple ..turbo as well I was going turbo first and changed my mind when I ran across the s/c
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And I was gonna dip my windstar upper intake to match those interior parts but I'm going super charged so its just chilling in my trunk
Hey I was thinking about getting a wind star but was told it won't fit did you have to mod yours any?
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Looks nice man!
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I wanna color some of my inside parts like that but don't know how lol so haven't bothered. Looks sweet tho
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First layed down my cars color then let it dry put the fiber in to its activater and then dipped each part.. it look even better once I get two coats of clear over it


Looks good!
Do you have anymore information on the process?
Is it a kit or...?
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Old 02-18-2012, 10:48 AM   #23
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Yup bud they actually have DIY kit for bout 60 bucks .. I went a searched it so yall could check it out if u wanted someing custom to .. mine pieces was in a actually dip system in a big dip tank

http://item.mobileweb.ebay.com/viewi...641&cmd=VIDESC

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Google .. hydrographic or water transfer dipping .. you can find basically all info u want
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Yup bud they actually have DIY kit for bout 60 bucks .. I went a searched it so yall could check it out if u wanted someing custom to .. mine pieces was in a actually dip system in a big dip tank

http://item.mobileweb.ebay.com/viewi...641&cmd=VIDESC

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Google .. hydrographic or water transfer dipping .. you can find basically all info u want
Yeah, that was a newbie question.
That early in the morning my thought process is a bit slow.
I Googled it soon after and found a company (Ozark's Hydrographics) not too far away from me that can dip or supply kits.
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That's awesome..
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