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Old 05-23-2010, 04:08 PM
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Re: 3M Carbon Fibre Vinyl

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You can paint the chrome covers found on eBay for the mirrors, however I wouldn't recommend them to anyone.

The double sided tape doesn't work so you need to glue them on and they still don't fit right. I now have one mirror that can fold and one that can't due to the crappy cover.

Since I glued them on there's no way to get them off so I'd need to get two new mirrors (120/each from most scrap yards), worst mod I ever bought.
I did wonder if the mirror would fold properly with the covers on.
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Old 05-24-2010, 06:13 AM
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Re: 3M Carbon Fibre Vinyl

Some better pics to show the difference between the two


Neffy a lot more shiny. I prefer how the Di-Noc stays matte with the better definition of the CF pattern in the light.



Here is another shot of some "raw" neffy wrap.

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Old 06-28-2010, 02:57 AM
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Re: 3M Carbon Fibre Vinyl

ok i am really digging the di-noc! where is the sheapest place I can get it? I will need it for the window controls (both doors) senter console, nav and A/C bezel , rear step pad and armrest? I have no idea how much I will need, and by quick searched the stuff seems expensive. Di-noc = 3m, no glue needed? Neffy = more shinny, cheaper? and adhesion required?

I think di-noc is for me, matte finish I like. Please let me know where I can find the best deal...thanks JG
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Re: 3M Carbon Fibre Vinyl

I found it pretty cheap here :Metro

BUT I ordered their M500 instead, the sales rep recommended it to me so I bought it, it is the first time I've ever done vinyl, and it was very easy to work with.
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