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CF Wrap Material

Has anyone worked with this stuff before?

http://www.pyspeed.com/Carbon-Fiber-...-p/rd-8001.htm

Might be really nice to wrap some pcs of the interior with CF to get a higher quality look inside. I just don't know how difficult it would be to handle. I know 3M makes an outstanding product that you can shrink and bend with heat, but its ungodly expensive.

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Doesn't look too difficult. Nice find.

http://www.pyspeed.com/category-s/577.htm


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Here is a lower cost 3M version - note this is not real carbon fiber fabric, just a vinyl wrap. Amazed that someone did an entire Corvette in this stuff!

http://www.carbonfiberfilm.com/blog/...ferent-colors/

Was thinking about the outside mirrors - get rid of the black plasticy look and maybe the black trim. Kinda worried about off road durability though.

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Use Di-Noc Its the closest you will get to CF.


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That does look nice. What color is that Gee?


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Its called Di-Noc CF wrap.

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Di Noc comes in 7 colors now. Assuming that color is black. Looks good! Was it hard to install?

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Ya its just normal black. Install is simple its just a huge sticker. Just need soapy water to install and a hair dryer or low watt heat gun.

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