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Old 06-12-2013, 10:34 PM   #1
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Plastidipped hood vents

I think it ads a nice agressive look to a 13' ..
Gave it 5 coats looking for that rough texture.!!
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Old 06-12-2013, 10:45 PM   #2
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Looks good!!! Did mine months ago. Holding up great.
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Looks real good, black on white.
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I'm thinking about doing this myself on my Deep Impact Blue '14. Only thing I'm thinking is going really suble, and doing just the fins of the vents. It'd be a bit of a pain to tape and do, but I may give it a shot.
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I'm thinking about doing this myself on my Deep Impact Blue '14. Only thing I'm thinking is going really suble, and doing just the fins of the vents. It'd be a bit of a pain to tape and do, but I may give it a shot.
That's the great thing about plastidip. You jack it up.... Do Over!!!!
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That's the great thing about plastidip. You jack it up.... Do Over!!!!
Haha I know, true story! I was gonna say that, so true. I have some experience with it on my previous car, I did the lower rear valance on my A4, and it came out great, but it's awesome that it just peals off!
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Haha I know, true story! I was gonna say that, so true. I have some experience with it on my previous car, I did the lower rear valance on my A4, and it came out great, but it's awesome that it just peals off!
I've been wanting to plastidip the cat but the wife doesn't think that's funny.
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I've been wanting to plastidip the cat but the wife doesn't think that's funny.
Just tell her "honey, if you don't like the way it looks, I'll just peal it off!"
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I've been wanting to plastidip the cat but the wife doesn't think that's funny.
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Just tell her "honey, if you don't like the way it looks, I'll just peal it off!"
Good grief...
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