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Old 08-11-2016, 07:12 PM   #1
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Blacked out hood vents

So one if the first things I want mark off my list is to black out the hood vents on the stock gt hood. I know you can plastidip it but I'm looking more of a gloss black. Has anyone done this to theirs or know how?


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You can get them professionally painted. If not, plastidip and a couple coats of glossifier.


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They're easy enough to take out. Just take'm out and spray them with 2-3 costs of matte black. Looks perfect.


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Take them out and hit them with 2-3 coats of GLOSS black. Matte looks like primer and you want that baby to shine!
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I painted mine Gloss Black. Take off the Hood Liner. Undo 1 Nut & they slide out. Scuff them up a little so the paint will stick. One of those Green Scrubbing Pads or 800 Grit Sandpaper works well. I used cheap Walmart paint...96 cents a can. 1 can of Flat Black as a primer & 1 can of Gloss Black (2-3 Coats of each) . Then I used 1 Can of Gloss Clear Coat ($5.00). Then Buff them up by hand with Compound ... They'll get shiny enough to see yourself in them in just a few minutes. Then install them back on your car & wax them to remove fingerprints & protect them.
I can hear the comments already about the cheap paint. But I've been painting my car parts with it for years with no problem. As long as it has the Clear coat it works just fine.
I also painted my Spoiler, Hood Scoop, & Front Lip with this paint & I just bought more paint to do some more this weekend (Rockers, Mirrors & Wiper Arms...not sure about doing the Gas Door yet.
The Hood Louvers do look a lot better Black.
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What ever you do...Don't use that Plasti-Dip Crap. It's UGLY if you ask me. Also peels & go ahead & get a little WD 40 on it & it will turn to liquid. I bought a set of Foose Nitrous Wheels that were dipped. Sprayed them with WD 40 & wiped it clean with a rag.
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Yeah I didn't want to plastidip it. It doesn't looked good and doesn't go with the any of the other black I want like the spoiler. I'll try out the gloss black paint thanks!


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You can also try Autodip it's vinyl based instead of rubber based like Plastidip also comes out super glossy just like paint but still pealable . I used it on my 14 GT hood vents and it lasted perfectly till I sold it.


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This is what gloss black Autodip looks like on the far right.

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That doesn't look bad at all. I just don't like stuff you can peel off. Probably because I'm kind of clumsy in a way & I'd end up hitting it with a key or lighter or something & messing it up. If I get a minor scuff or scratch in paint I can just buff it out. But that's just me & has nothing to do with the dips.
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What ever you do...Don't use that Plasti-Dip Crap. It's UGLY if you ask me. Also peels & go ahead & get a little WD 40 on it & it will turn to liquid. I bought a set of Foose Nitrous Wheels that were dipped. Sprayed them with WD 40 & wiped it clean with a rag.
Because everyone randomly sprays their car with wd40...

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Because everyone randomly sprays their car with wd40...

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Funny Guys...LOL. I'm sure most people that work on cars use WD 40 at one time or another.
Who's thinking about their Plasti-Dipped parts when they're using it ? Not Me !!! Accidents happen & if you don't even know that WD 40 can do this it's More Likely to happen. You can spray WD 40 all over paint...No Problem. It was more of a tip in case he decided to use that crap.
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Because everyone randomly sprays their car with wd40...

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Funny Guys...LOL. I'm sure most people that work on cars use WD 40 at one time or another.
Who's thinking about their Plasti-Dipped parts when they're using it ? Not Me !!! Accidents happen & if you don't even know that WD 40 can do this it's More Likely to happen. You can spray WD 40 all over paint...No Problem. It was more of a tip in case he decided to use that crap.
Those who are ignorant to liquid wraps act like you. It's really not hard to care for just takes a little common sense

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Well maybe someday I will finally see a Plasti dip job that looks good. But out of about 100 I've seen so far "0" looked good. I would never use it for that reason alone. My preference is paint....but to each his own.
It's kind of like painting an entire car Flat Black. 90% of the jobs look bad. Only a few have looked good.
I probably am a little ignorant to Plasti Dip as I've never used it....I've only removed it from parts I've bought.
Well....I got to get back to Painting my Front Lip (Flat Black w/ Satin Clear Coat).
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Well maybe someday I will finally see a Plasti dip job that looks good. But out of about 100 I've seen so far "0" looked good. I would never use it for that reason alone. My preference is paint....but to each his own.
It's kind of like painting an entire car Flat Black. 90% of the jobs look bad. Only a few have looked good.
I probably am a little ignorant to Plasti Dip as I've never used it....I've only removed it from parts I've bought.
Well....I got to get back to Painting my Front Lip (Flat Black w/ Satin Clear Coat).
At least you can admit you've never seen a quality job. Most of the ones I come across are crap, including jobs by "professional shops". It's not a replacement for paint but a cheap way to do temporary colors and patterns.

The whole time we've been discussing this i've been dipping my Racestars. Sick of the polished look. Just finished the pearl coat and am letting it flash before sealing with high gloss clear.

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At least you can admit you've never seen a quality job. Most of the ones I come across are crap, including jobs by "professional shops". It's not a replacement for paint but a cheap way to do temporary colors and patterns.

The whole time we've been discussing this i've been dipping my Racestars. Sick of the polished look. Just finished the pearl coat and am letting it flash before sealing with high gloss clear.

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I suppose we'll see a quality job once those race stats are done. Well, at least see as well as we can on a screen of a picture that could've been 'doctored' so as not to look bad? Lol, just being a wise a$$ lowflyn. I can see Horse's point though. Seen plenty of plasti-crap jobs but I wouldn't expect less when it's so easily available and easy to use. Like everything else, job done right makes all the difference.
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I suppose we'll see a quality job once those race stats are done. Well, at least see as well as we can on a screen of a picture that could've been 'doctored' so as not to look bad? Lol, just being a wise a$$ lowflyn. I can see Horse's point though. Seen plenty of plasti-crap jobs but I wouldn't expect less when it's so easily available and easy to use. Like everything else, job done right makes all the difference.
Not perfect by any means. Still figuring out the high gloss topcoat. Just a diy guy in my garage

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Looks good from here!
Looks like you didn't get full coverage on your tire with WD-40!
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Looks good from here!
Looks like you didn't get full coverage on your tire with WD-40!
Trick i learned a while back. Tire shine on outside half of tire. Dip is thick enough to peel from inside half. Outside just wipe with a microfiber and it comes right off.

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I have to say they look pretty nice colored. All the jobs I seen were Black & most were Flat Black which looked horrible. However, your rims look good !!! It's probably just the people not prepping right before dipping. It took me 3-4 paint jobs with lots of headaches to figure out painting is 75% prep / 15% paint / 10% Buff & Shine.
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I have to say they look pretty nice colored. All the jobs I seen were Black & most were Flat Black which looked horrible. However, your rims look good !!! It's probably just the people not prepping right before dipping. It took me 3-4 paint jobs with lots of headaches to figure out painting is 75% prep / 15% paint / 10% Buff & Shine.
Much different results with gallons vs rattle cans. My dd body, trim and wheels has been dipped for over a year. Still looks as good as day 1. No fading or peeling.

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I plasti-dipped my hood vents a few weeks after getting the car. Matte black + glossifier. It looked good for about 9 months before it started to wear and fade. It is a pain in the rear to remove it from the vents, lots of nooks and crannies that it doesn't want to peel from. Wound up using a ton of wd40 and killed a good microfiber trying to scrub it all off.
I sanded and painted them afterwards with some trim paint, they look much nicer now and it should last forever.
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I'm a huge fan of Plastidip. Mostly because every summer I redo the appearance of my car and it's never permanent. I attached a pic of my chrome rims plastidipped black with glossifier on top. Plus I did the bottom balance of my car in black as well. The stuff is great for sun faded plastic and lasts a long time. Plus you can put another coat on top of it starts losing its sheen. Anyway, the stuff is great when you follow the directions and do it right


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Another option is that you can see if a shop will powder coat them for you gloss black. And it shouldn't be that expensive.


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Can you Powder Coat Plastic ? If so....I just learned something new !
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Even if you can powder coat plastic it would make more sense to me to paint it.
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Mine came from the factory gloss black, I just wax em.
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It looks good, but pardon my ignorance. Why does the lower portion of the rotor have a green tint & the very top-most next the caliper have the normal steel color?
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It looks good, but pardon my ignorance. Why does the lower portion of the rotor have a green tint & the very top-most next the caliper have the normal steel color?
Reflecting my green grass. Rotor is normal

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