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    Quote Originally Posted by shoshinsha View Post
    Hey Rob could be wrong but i would imagine with a heat gun and some patience that the carbon vinyl would do pretty much anything..... Would be well worth a try!!!! and be very interesting to see.
    Ok mate i have seen it being done on youtube but i dont really want to spend all the money on doing it and the time and effort then when i go out down the road it gets ripped
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spirit View Post
    Yep and roof
    How much will all that cost?
     
     

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    How about white carbon like what we've done with our 350Z:




    I personally don't like black vinyl carbon because it looks nothing like the real thing.
    Real carbon wet laid using vac bagging:



    Another nice one is gun metal carbon:


    Having real carbon on the engine isn't really a good idea because the heat causes the gel clear coat to fog up in time.
    Vinyl simply doesn't work with engine heat so that's out the question.

    I also wouldn't advise wrapping your alloys in vinyl because it will be destroyed within days.
    If you really want a carbon look for your alloys, I'd advise going for a carbon look dip bath but even still it's more silver and black rectangle check look.
     
     

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    personally i dont like the white carbon fiber at all

    What about the st carbon fiber i prefer the st carbon fiber anyway but its as rare as anything to get hold of
     
     

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    i had a go at carbon bloody hard you have got to take your time got a kit of ebay





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    heres a few pics of some of mine







    i've got a load more on the outside and a few bits under the bonnet but as its an interior thread i'll leave those off!

    SUPERCHARGED 318IS
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by m44lee View Post
    heres a few pics of some of mine



    i've got a load more on the outside and a few bits under the bonnet but as its an interior thread i'll leave those off!
    I like this mate
     
     

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    i like this carbon fiber


     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by gunner1 View Post
    i had a go at carbon bloody hard you have got to take your time got a kit of ebay





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    Was it worth the struggling tho mate?
     
     

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    The kit from Carbon Mods is really good. I've seen some people do some pretty good wraps with it.
    If you do use a lot, its actually cheaper to buy everything separately instead.

    Quote Originally Posted by robs e36 View Post
    i like this carbon fiber


    Thats printed though. You can have your alloys done like that.
     
     

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