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      12-28-2012, 03:33 AM   #67
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      12-28-2012, 07:10 AM   #68
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Car looks mean man. The color choice fits perfectly. I never thought of plasti dipping the whole car for the winter. Has me curious. How much does something like this run? Also can you wash a plasti dipped car or do you just leave it all winter the way it is?
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Cool house, has a sort of frank lloyd wright look.
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Car looks mean man. The color choice fits perfectly. I never thought of plasti dipping the whole car for the winter. Has me curious. How much does something like this run? Also can you wash a plasti dipped car or do you just leave it all winter the way it is?
In fact, I just found out it was pretty easy to wash, just pressure washer it and finih the towel that come with the Plasti dip, honestly, a lot easyer then washing a paint, I'm happy of that!!

oh and as for as price, I guess it depends who do it for you or you can also buy the same kit that my friend do all his job with for really cheap.
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      12-28-2012, 12:36 PM   #71
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Cool house, has a sort of frank lloyd wright look.
Hey thanks, just googled who was Frank Lloyd wright, that's a nice compliment you made me there!!
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You're welcome. I live in a very old wonderful architecturally satisfying part of Buffalo NY and there are a few lloyd wrights withing a couple miles, as well as some homes designed by people who studied under him. It's very cool.
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How has the paint handled rock chips so far?
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      01-02-2013, 03:41 AM   #74
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That's freakin awesome
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Missed this thread somehow. AMAZING.
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Missed this thread somehow. AMAZING.
Thanks!

I got better for you, I putted my summer tires yesterday and unwrapped my splitters :

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I got better for you, I putted my summer tires yesterday and unwrapped my splitters :


All she needs is a little carbon fiber loving
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      03-29-2013, 01:27 PM   #78
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Curious how this turned out after the winter?
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Curious how this turned out after the winter?
it turned out pretty good, I still have it on my car, no scratch at all on the car, Plasti dip is a pretty impressive product!! I have so many good comment on the color that I had decided to keep it until next spring but now I think I'm missing my Sparklinkg Graphite too much, also I get a bit more attention then what I would want, I'll probably take it off this week, enjoy my paint for the summer and try the black Plasti dip for next winter!
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hey alex how is the clearance with the carbon splitters?
are they much lower than the stock bumper?
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let us know how easy it is to take it off. I dipped my wheels once on my previous car and that thing was almost impossible to take off in big pieces. It took me 4+ hours to remove and i still had a lot of plasti dip left on them that i just left there
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hey alex how is the clearance with the carbon splitters?
are they much lower than the stock bumper?
don't worry about the splitters height, they're not really lower then the middle of the bumpre, I never scratch them!
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let us know how easy it is to take it off. I dipped my wheels once on my previous car and that thing was almost impossible to take off in big pieces. It took me 4+ hours to remove and i still had a lot of plasti dip left on them that i just left there
Yeah I understand, that's the reason why I'll never dip wheels, because the little rocks that the wheel receive does'nt chip the plasti dip but it makes it less strong for when you want to take it off! It must be a real PITA! I just hope my front bumper won't be to hard to peel off!
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it turned out pretty good, I still have it on my car, no scratch at all on the car, Plasti dip is a pretty impressive product!! I have so many good comment on the color that I had decided to keep it until next spring but now I think I'm missing my Sparklinkg Graphite too much, also I get a bit more attention then what I would want, I'll probably take it off this week, enjoy my paint for the summer and try the black Plasti dip for next winter!
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Looks like it held up great. And that's gotta be so nice not to have to worry about swirls. I love how you left the angel eyes stock. Works with the color for sure!
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Thanks, but I'm now done with the Plasti dip for this year, I took it off last week-end, probably try the black for next winter, for now I'll enjoy my Sparkling Graphite!!

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How hard was the removal at the edges mostly?
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