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Old 07-14-2012, 08:29 PM   #1
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new hood:)

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Old 07-14-2012, 08:32 PM   #2
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looks beasty bro good buy !!
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The hell!!! Did you wrapped it or is it really carbon? That's sick!! Nice one!
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Thanks! I got a new stock hood and wrapped it, did it my self for the first time. I'll have a real one one day when i have some more money haha[COLOR="Silver"]
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Re: new hood:)

not feeling the CF but it looks good with the new hood as opposed of the cracked one
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Need to know more. How hard is it to apply, does it come in sections or one piece, where did u get it, can u c the seams if in sections, and how much does it cost. I likey i likey alot.
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Thanks! I got a new stock hood and wrapped it, did it my self for the first time. I'll have a real one one day when i have some more money haha
Looks really good for a wrap man!
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Dang. I cant quit lookin at it . Good call man. The cowls n the hood r slick,no wrinkles.
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Need to know more. How hard is it to apply, does it come in sections or one piece, where did u get it, can u c the seams if in sections, and how much does it cost. I likey i likey alot.
It comes in one piece and is a biiiii$&% to alppy haha i did it with me and another person but i suggest doing it with like 4 itd be alot easyer search youtube on how to apply just search 3m carbon fiber vinyl. And it comes in rolls 5 foot wide and every 5ft by 1ft is $10 so our hoods would be $50 and i found the wrap on craigslist.com
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It comes in one piece and is a biiiii$&% to alppy haha i did it with me and another person but i suggest doing it with like 4 itd be alot easyer search youtube on how to apply just search 3m carbon fiber vinyl. And it comes in rolls 5 foot wide and every 5ft by 1ft is $10 so our hoods would be $50 and i found the wrap on craigslist.com
did you use the soapy water method or go straight to the hood from the backing?
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This type of wrap i got is just apply and heat so theres no wrinkles
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This type of wrap i got is just apply and heat so theres no wrinkles
nice...basically a body wrap.
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That looks really great and good on you for doing it yourself!
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nice...basically a body wrap.
Yes exactly what it is

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That looks really great and good on you for doing it yourself!
Thanks man it was hard and time consuming but in the end it looked awesome
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Re: new hood:)

some black housing headlights and a mach lip would finish it off nicely
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some black housing headlights and a mach lip would finish it off nicely
Thanks man imma be getting some new head lights soon
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I wanna do the roof of my car a matte black vinyl. One day I'll man up and do it. Lol
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I wanna do the roof of my car a matte black vinyl. One day I'll man up and do it. Lol
I thought about doing the roof too and maybe the trunk, think that look good?
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I thought about doing the roof too and maybe the trunk, think that look good?
maybe the roof but not the trunk thats to much
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Re: new hood:)

Very nice, I like it too on your dark car. I got me a C/F wiper cowl and arm rest.
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I thought about doing the roof too and maybe the trunk, think that look good?
Yeah, the roof would be badass but I'm not sure about the trunk either.
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Yeah, the roof would be badass but I'm not sure about the trunk either.
Yeah true
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Being that your car is dark green, it'll look alright. Try it, and if you don't like it, peel it off.
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Being that your car is black, it'll look alright. Try it, and if you don't like it, peel it off.
Well my car is green it looks black because the lighting so you can tell the difference of hood and the car. But yeah true could always peel it
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Well my car is green it looks black because the lighting so you can tell the difference of hood and the car. But yeah true could always peel it
Yeah... Dark green, that's what my post said lol! Oh damn, you quoted me.
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Haha oh damn my bad i read it wrong
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I had my trunk, rear decklid panel, rear valance, hood scoop and my interior plastics carbon vinyl wrapped. Looks good to me. Hehe. It's been there for about a year now and still looks new.
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