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Old 07-18-2013, 09:51 PM   #1
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2013 Black Mustang Plasti Dipped Vents

Anyone done this yet?
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Old 07-18-2013, 10:00 PM   #2
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I have, but my car is red.
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Old 07-18-2013, 10:04 PM   #3
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Yeah everyone with any other color has done it, but not a black car, after the storms finish ill try it
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I did it on my grabber blue. But the pastidip came out really rough and over spray look. So I peeled it. :/
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I did it on my grabber blue. But the pastidip came out really rough and over spray look. So I peeled it. :/
Did you wait intervals in between the coats, i usually wait 30 min 5 coats
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Somebody on here did it. I saw some pics. I personally decided to pass. Didnt look very good IMO.
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You should get cf hood vents. Plasti dip looks stupid. If anything...paint them matte black and put a couple coats of matte clear over it. That's what I did with my stock ones before I got the cf ones.
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Somebody on here did it. I saw some pics. I personally decided to pass. Didnt look very good IMO.
I guess it depends on the car, i might just do a before and after and see what i decide, ill post pics

I just feel like it will do for my body kit setup well see, this is how the front looks now

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You should get cf hood vents. Plasti dip looks stupid. If anything...paint them matte black and put a couple coats of matte clear over it. That's what I did with my stock ones before I got the cf ones.
Ill check them out

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You should get cf hood vents. Plasti dip looks stupid. If anything...paint them matte black and put a couple coats of matte clear over it. That's what I did with my stock ones before I got the cf ones.
If they look good plasti dipped ill paint them in the end summer
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Anyone done this yet?
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Anyone done this yet?
Did my wheels, calipers and badge looks sick to me lol
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Old 07-19-2013, 11:42 AM   #12
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I love Plasti-Dip...just make sure you do 5 coats. I have had it on for two months now and no problems....even no tears on wheels going triple digits...+1

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Did my wheels, calipers and badge looks sick to me lol
Looks very good.

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I love Plasti-Dip...just make sure you do 5 coats. I have had it on for two months now and no problems....even no tears on wheels going triple digits...+1
Yours look very good too.
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I painted mine with 3 coats of flat black. Has been holding up great.

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Not installed yet but i think it looks good, whqt do you guys think?

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Looks good!
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Not installed yet but i think it looks good, whqt do you guys think?
Looks good. What does your windshield say across the top of it? I cant make out the first part on my phone
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Looks good. What does your windshield say across the top of it? I cant make out the first part on my phone
3d carbon, its the brand of my body kit
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