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Old 07-12-2012, 06:28 PM   #1
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new mach stripe.

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I just wanted a change. Also did the stock rocker stripes the same color. Its all plasti dip. Was hoping for a little more brightness but overall I like it a lot.
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Old 07-13-2012, 10:53 PM   #2
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Re: new mach stripe.

looks good...you can clear it with a high gloss for the pop you're looking for, but you'll lose the matte effect (although i love cleared plastidip on wheels)
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Yeah, It brightened up after 12 hours. I like it a lot. I get a lot of looks for sure. Did the rocker stripes too and they look awesome.
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I just wanted a change. Also did the stock rocker stripes the same color. Its all plasti dip. Was hoping for a little more brightness but overall I like it a lot.
It looks great! And, you did some nice work.
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It looks great! And, you did some nice work.
Tx. I like it. Unfortunately, when I was spraying the main part on the hood a garbage truck drove by the back alley nd it got some crap blown into it so its a little ruff. But it looks aweome and turns a lot of head. As for masking just remember, a min of masking can save an hour of fixing. (Also dipped the mach 1 badge blue... ppl now know its not just a 6 haha.) Oh and I may have eaten a 997 carrera s at our citys "street machine races" (no illegal is my point haha)
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Looks pretty good!
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Looks pretty good!
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