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Old 06-01-2012, 06:34 PM   #1
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Black spoiler came out great!

I think this gave it a great look!! Check it out and tell what you think!
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Old 06-01-2012, 06:43 PM   #2
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Looks great! I love that look red/black, how many cans did u end up using for the spoiler?
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Looks great! I love that look red/black, how many cans did u end up using for the spoiler?
Thanks!! I used 2 cans , Just so it can be even on the front and back. You can make it with 1 but I'd recommend 2.
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Is there any certain way to go about plast dipping? Because I want to do this and I have no clue
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Is there any certain way to go about plast dipping? Because I want to do this and I have no clue
Well what are you planning to plasti dip?
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Well what are you planning to plasti dip?
My spoiler like yours
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Old 06-01-2012, 07:21 PM   #7
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My spoiler like yours
Well just take it off and put it somewhere flat, then jus take your time a coat each side to your likings, don't over do it with paint either just what it is. Make sure to just go side to side and it should come out looking great!
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Well just take it off and put it somewhere flat, then jus take your time a coat each side to your likings, don't over do it with paint either just what it is. Make sure to just go side to side and it should come out looking great!
And if it looks bad when I'm done I can just peel it off and t will be back to the old color?
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And if it looks bad when I'm done I can just peel it off and t will be back to the old color?
Yes sir'
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Looking good!
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Looking good!
Thanks !!
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Yes sir'
Sounds great! I'll still probably end up buying the honey comb deck lid from AM haha
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Sounds great! I'll still probably end up buying the honey comb deck lid from AM haha
i think u should just try out the plasti dip first before wasting money on a decklid.
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i think u should just try out the plasti dip first before wasting money on a decklid.
I'm still going to plasti dip my spoiler, I don't want to try the trunk because I would probably mess up a bunch and I kinda like the look of the decklid
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I'm still going to plasti dip my spoiler, I don't want to try the trunk because I would probably mess up a bunch and I kinda like the look of the decklid
its super easy to use man u have no idea!! plasti dip is like Gos's gift to motorheads
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its super easy to use man u have no idea!! plasti dip is like Gos's gift to motorheads
How do you properly do the deck lid?
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Foreal! Just tape up everything and spray away to your likings! That simple
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Foreal! Just tape up everything and spray away to your likings! That simple
Sorry haha i have absolutely no idea about anything with cars, everything I know is from this forrum haha
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Haha don't sweat it! You'll learn more as you go on.
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Haha don't sweat it! You'll learn more as you go on.
Taking auto mech in school next year so I'll be able to learn the basics at least haha
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Taking auto mech in school next year so I'll be able to learn the basics at least haha
well thats a good start
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There's like 7 or 8 other mustangs at my school most of tem the same body style as mine, but they're all mainly red and I have the only sonic blue one and so far with only new headlights and rims my car is already the best lookin mustang maybe even the best of all cars haha at least that's what my friends say :p...power on the other hand is a different story haha because I only have a v6 and some people have GTs haha
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There's like 7 or 8 other mustangs at my school most of tem the same body style as mine, but they're all mainly red and I have the only sonic blue one and so far with only new headlights and rims my car is already the best lookin mustang maybe even the best of all cars haha at least that's what my friends say :p...power on the other hand is a different story haha because I only have a v6 and some people have GTs haha
gota start somewhere man. at least ur car looks hella beast ! love that sonic blue !!
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You should really plasti dip the horse on your side emblem black. I've seen it on a car that color, looked awesome! Not the whole emblem, just the horse

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That's to crafty, I really didn't specify lol
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You should really plasti dip the horse on your side emblem black. I've seen it on a car that color, looked awesome! Not the whole emblem, just the horse

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That's to crafty, I really didn't specify lol
I'll look into that haha
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