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Old 02-01-2015, 01:08 AM   #1
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Wrapped my dash today

Picked up an AM carbon fiber kit on eBay because one small pc was damaged. Worked out for me because I only wanted to do the top part of the dash. I'm impressed with it. I haven't had the best luck with wrapping stuff in the past so I was a bit apprehensive. Let me know what you think!
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Looks great, now come do mine.


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Looks great, now come do mine.


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Where do you live? I would help anyone do it.


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Nice job!

Thanks man. Now I just need to read your entire thread on how to swap a premium track pack instrument cluster into my car and I think I will be good on my interior. Trying to find a cluster seems challenging though. Everyone wants to sell them with the motor which is understandable but sucks for us.


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There are a couple of posts on that thread toward the end that sum it up.
Basically you need:
4.2" LCD Cluster
LH steering wheel switch SW6911
VCMII tool with v86 IDS OR have a cool dealer that will assist you with the install
Once you get those things, it is really an easy install. Takes less than an hour and that is because there are two 10minute mandatory time outs.
Get everything and there are plenty of us that can walk you through it. I have done that over the phone with countless people now from this site.
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That looks really good...I bought the same kit. I defiantly like what you did on the passenger side dash piece... I just layed mine on and didn't take the time to make the mustang and dash lines show through the vinyl. Did you have to heat it to get it to confirm around all that?
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That looks really good...I bought the same kit. I defiantly like what you did on the passenger side dash piece... I just layed mine on and didn't take the time to make the mustang and dash lines show through the vinyl. Did you have to heat it to get it to confirm around all that?

Thanks man. I was kind of worried about that part the most. I wasn't sure if I was going to be able to get the wrap to stick like I did. My plan was to cut it out if it looked like crap. I do own a heat gun, but I think they get too hot for wraps. I used it once before and ruined some corners because it got too hot. So I nabbed my wife's blow dryer. Just used it on low about 12" away and slowly worked it in. I used an exact knife to cut very small air release slots in the cracks where you wouldn't be able to see it. Especially around the "mustang" lettering. Lots of little slices and patience. I probably spent 45min to an hour just massaging that area. It's not perfect but I'm pretty happy with it.


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Thanks man. I was kind of worried about that part the most. I wasn't sure if I was going to be able to get the wrap to stick like I did. My plan was to cut it out if it looked like crap. I do own a heat gun, but I think they get too hot for wraps. I used it once before and ruined some corners because it got too hot. So I nabbed my wife's blow dryer. Just used it on low about 12" away and slowly worked it in. I used an exact knife to cut very small air release slots in the cracks where you wouldn't be able to see it. Especially around the "mustang" lettering. Lots of little slices and patience. I probably spent 45min to an hour just massaging that area. It's not perfect but I'm pretty happy with it.


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I think I'll just leave mine like it is lol. I'd be to afraid of ruining the vinyl. It really turned out great the way you did that. Thanks again for posting those pics.
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Nice! I'm in the process of doing mine.

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Nice! I'm in the process of doing mine.

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Gonna redo the black cf on the gauges when I get the 3m vinyl I ordered. Not sure on the red still, I might just keep it.

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Gonna redo the black cf on the gauges when I get the 3m vinyl I ordered. Not sure on the red still, I might just keep it.

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Oh yeah I saw yours on the other thread. I like it. It's different. I guess the good thing about a wrap is that it's only a wrap. If you change your mind it's easy to change. I thought about changing the chrome rings on mine, but I think I would like them in like s black chrome. Not sure I can get a wrap like that, and I don't want to paint them.


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Look at the 3m products. I was thinking of doing them a gloss black too

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That looks bad a$$!

Wonder what the centre stack would look like done?

Always worried about scratching it.
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Looks nice. How hard is it to do?
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Looks nice. How hard is it to do?

Not terribly hard, scale of 1-10...maybe a 4. just have to take your time. I'm a novice and I managed.


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Cheap looking should have bought real carbon fiber kit like I did


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Stick on real carbon fiber kit or carbon fiber parts? The $199 carbon fiber overlay "kit" that is sold by AM is a HUGE mistake to install. I say this because I installed it as one of the first things done to this car and it was a NIGHTMARE trying to get it off after it started to de-laminate in the Texas heat. It was almost impossible to remove from some things. If you are not buying real carbon fiber parts, the 3M vinyl is absolutely the best route to go.
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Bought mine from auto anything, real carbon fiber looks excellent not planning to remove them


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Oh I'm in michigan maybe u r right in Texas heat


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Thanks bud. Maybe I should buy real gold ones. Lol. I got this kit from AM for 50 bucks on eBay since one pc I wasn't going to use was damaged. How much was your real CF? Sounds dangerous to have real carbon fiber over the passenger airbag.


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Stick on real carbon fiber kit or carbon fiber parts? The $199 carbon fiber overlay "kit" that is sold by AM is a HUGE mistake to install. I say this because I installed it as one of the first things done to this car and it was a NIGHTMARE trying to get it off after it started to de-laminate in the Texas heat. It was almost impossible to remove from some things. If you are not buying real carbon fiber parts, the 3M vinyl is absolutely the best route to go.

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Over $200 compare to the cheapy one that u have no comparison hehe


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The applique Sean put on is one that I originally installed as well. It starts out looking great as it is a flexible clear type resin over a real carbon fiber weave. It has a backing like 3m double side tape. The problem is that over time, it starts to separate from the carbon fiber. In high heat, it happens much quicker. I had read about it happening but thought I would just apply it better :O wrong. It was a complete nightmare to TRY removing. No doubt, I think the 3M vinyl is the way to go because no matter how long, it can be removed without damaging what it was on. There were some parts of the console that the stick on carbon fiber kit were completely ruined because it was impossible to remove the double side tape backing. Heating, rubbing til you get blisters on your thumb and you still can not get it off. That shiny $200 carbon fiber dash kit should be outlawed.
I ended up getting real carbon fiber parts for the interior, but it is expensive and for some pieces, you do need to have some skills in adapting and fitting.
Here is a pic of the dash with the NIGHTMARE kit......looked good then


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Over $200 compare to the cheapy one that u have no comparison hehe


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Cool man. I'm glad you are proud of yours. You should post up some pics of it since it's so awesome.


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The applique Sean put on is one that I originally installed as well. It starts out looking great as it is a flexible clear type resin over a real carbon fiber weave. It has a backing like 3m double side tape. The problem is that over time, it starts to separate from the carbon fiber. In high heat, it happens much quicker. I had read about it happening but thought I would just apply it better :O wrong. It was a complete nightmare to TRY removing. No doubt, I think the 3M vinyl is the way to go because no matter how long, it can be removed without damaging what it was on. There were some parts of the console that the stick on carbon fiber kit were completely ruined because it was impossible to remove the double side tape backing. Heating, rubbing til you get blisters on your thumb and you still can not get it off. That shiny $200 carbon fiber dash kit should be outlawed.
I ended up getting real carbon fiber parts for the interior, but it is expensive and for some pieces, you do need to have some skills in adapting and fitting.
Here is a pic of the dash with the NIGHTMARE kit......looked good then


Here are some pics of since installing the real carbon fiber pieces








Yeah your car looks sic now. I love your info center you have. I almost pulled the trigger on a full set of California special dash pcs to have the OE style carbon fiber. But it was 350 for all the dash pcs. I might eventually go that route. The way I see it, my base mustang dash could be improved with practically anything. The wraps are great for the reason you stated, I can pull it off anytime easily. So if I get board of it I will prob try something new.

My opinion of that kit (the 200.00 special) being considered "real carbon fiber" is that it's still an overlay. A true carbon fiber part is made completely of carbon fiber. At the end of the day we aren't driving lambos here. Everyone knows that the CF isn't real on the dash. Lol.


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That looks bad a$$!

Wonder what the centre stack would look like done?

Always worried about scratching it.

Yeah the kit had that included but my radio kit is different obviously. I could prob wrap it with a fresh sheet but I was just looking for a stock premium mustang look. I didn't want to overdo it. The kit came with like 100 pcs. I could take a bath in cf wrapped parts but I will prob give the rest of the kit away.


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