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Old 08-15-2012, 03:07 PM   #1
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JetWolf Custom Interior

After many burnt fingertips and several hours of wrestling with this beast called Carbon Fiber, i was able to tame it and make it DO MY BIDDING MUHAHAHA. ahem. anyway.

CF driver, mid, & pass dash
CF stereo kit
CF shifter
CF shifter ring & plug
CF steering wheel plates
CF driver & pass inside door handles
CF driver & pass MUSTANG door sills
CF my knee (for extra horse you know, it actually makes a great band-aid btw)
CF my mother (try it, it works)
Black chrome AC & gauge rings
Matte black AC cylinders
matte black AC flap thingies (whatever)
Matte black shifter pillar & inner ring

(also) Red Audio sensitive LEDs projecting out of rear & quarter louvers
(also) Pioneer touchscreen head unit

NOTE: ignore the white ipod cord going into my AC, i have to keep it there so my ipod doesnt fry

my blessing has been bestowed, now i take my rest, and by rest, i mean driving the living **** out of this beast woohoooo!
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Old 08-15-2012, 03:17 PM   #2
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That's a freaking beast girl....AAA+++
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sorry she's doin mine she owes me

Looks great love!
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Re: JetWolf Custom Interior

nice, I want to change mine up a bit (2012 one) with at least a boss steering wheel
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^ahhhh ha!!!...^ happens all the time huh jet?..that was @ maldog..

And nice job looks good!..
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That all looks completely killer great job
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looks good great job girl
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That looks so good! Not to much so its not to overkill it's just right! Makes me want black interior so bad...
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That looks so good! Not to much so its not to overkill it's just right! Makes me want black interior so bad...
What's holding ya back?
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That looks so good! Not to much so its not to overkill it's just right! Makes me want black interior so bad...
dying your interior is quite easy, you will have to take your entire interior apart though

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Looks great love!
oh ill do something special to yours!

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That looks so sweet!!
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just noticed my scandalous finger in these pics, my apologies,
it will be the only thing you will ever see of me muhahaha!
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dying your interior is quite easy, you will have to take your entire interior apart though

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oh ill do something special to yours!

Ya I would have to redo everything and find new seats and everything way to much work for a car I wanna sell so I can upgrade. the next stang will have black interior for sure!
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It looks fantastic!!!!!
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Wow, that came out great! Good job little girl.
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Looks great !!! How hard was the carbon fiber to work with? I heard its a pain bending it around corners, any tips????
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Looks great !!! How hard was the carbon fiber to work with? I heard its a pain bending it around corners, any tips????
hair dryer. You will want to make love to your hair dryer after it. It is your best friend. So is working in 120 degree heat, yeah the sweat may drive you blind with agony, but heat makes it much much more flexible. The corners melt around with heat, the air vents were a serious PITA as they were totally in the way. Be sure to detach the bezels (the entire unit but the shaft pops out)
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hair dryer. You will want to make love to your hair dryer after it. It is your best friend. So is working in 120 degree heat, yeah the sweat may drive you blind with agony, but heat makes it much much more flexible. The corners melt around with heat, the air vents were a serious PITA as they were totally in the way. Be sure to detach the bezels (the entire unit but the shaft pops out)
Thanks!!! What temp setting on the hair dryer and do you think a heat gun would be to hot ? O one more thing how do you get the hair dryer in the mood ? JK, LOL!!!!
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Wow! I'm not a fan of carbon fiber at all but this actually makes me want it now.
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Thanks!!! What temp setting on the hair dryer and do you think a heat gun would be to hot ? O one more thing how do you get the hair dryer in the mood ? JK, LOL!!!!
Hot, Oh my goodness No it would catch on fire!! Lol

You blow it...
ahahahahahaha jk

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WHERE HAVE YOU BEEEEENNNNNN!!
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Hot, Oh my goodness No it would catch on fire!! Lol

You blow it...
ahahahahahaha jk

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where have you beeeennnnnn!
Lmao!! Thanks for the tip's how long did your interior take you!
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Lmao!! Thanks for the tip's how long did your interior take you!
Just the carbon fiber took me about.. give or take 3 hours since it wasn't pre-cut
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Just the carbon fiber took me about.. give or take 3 hours since it wasn't pre-cut
That's not bad at all, what is the best way to cut it to get a clean edge? Did you practice on anything first or did you just dive in and do it?
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That's not bad at all, what is the best way to cut it to get a clean edge? Did you practice on anything first or did you just dive in and do it?
You must. Have. An. Exacto. Knife. You came find them at Michael's or such if you don't have one. I just dove in, I had experience with vinyl/carbon fiber but be sure you match up the patterns when doing separate pieces
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You must. Have. An. Exacto. Knife. You came find them at Michael's or such if you don't have one. I just dove in, I had experience with vinyl/carbon fiber but be sure you match up the patterns when doing separate pieces
Thanks!!! Just one more question is there a specific brand of carbon fiber you would recommend ? Thanks again!
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You should have done the E-Brake Handle also.
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I'm a big fan of CF and must say that looks really good!.. Plus I agree that you should do the brake handle too!.. But otherwise looks great!..
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Looks killer Jet! Nice work
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You should have done the E-Brake Handle also.
I am, the ebrake, exterior door handles, and side mirror covers(:

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And thanks for all the love!
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I am, the ebrake, exterior door handles, and side mirror covers(:

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And thanks for all the love!
How much you gunna put on there? Lol
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just noticed my scandalous finger in these pics, my apologies,
it will be the only thing you will ever see of me muhahaha!
Just a thought but if you but a flat black deck lid and wrap it in carbon fiber, that might look pretty sick!
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Just a thought but if you but a flat black deck lid and wrap it in carbon fiber, that might look pretty sick!
I was considering it, but I was also considering wrapping my louvers since I have never seen that before, theyre kind of fading from the sun and this CF holds up remarkably well.
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