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Old 01-02-2013, 09:30 PM   #36
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I could put it over the stripes but I like the look of them going all the way down the back .
No, I mean turn your black stripes into carbon fiber lol
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Oh I could but I like the gloss color . I did think about it though
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So as long as its a stock "CAI" it'll be fine. But when you go aftermarket that's when it gets to the trimming part. Now I'm a fan again
Yes, look in the photo and you can see the stock "CAI" PCV vent tube from the air intake running going into the stock cover cutout. Aftermarket it seems would depends on where they put the PVC hose.
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I think it would make a cool deck lid cover too!
I just don't want to cover my stripes.
My mirrors are fine, but I like your suggestion of covering the other items. My rear deck lid is already blacked out on the 2013, but I could blackout the factory spoiler in vinyl instead of buy a new one. I have plenty of Avery vinyl covering rolls, and forgot I could use it on my Car as well.

I had been covering Model Airplanes and Hi-Power rockets with it.
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Everyone says that you have to cut it. But I've yet to see how it looks on an auto.
Hi WL, I took these pics of my 2013 V6 Auto this Sunday while warming the horse up in the winter stall. You can see the PCV hose goes into the cutout, and the other hose already wraps around it right out of the box.

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