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Old 08-11-2013, 04:21 PM
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got rid of that horrid wood grain and now im addicted. bought some carbon fiber rolls. and ive been busy love the new look. does take some patience to cut the lines and make it look good. but am very pleased with how it turned out for 12 dollars.







what next hmm still lots of carbon left

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oh wow, how did you make that pattern? looks cool
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Looks DAMN GOOD dmac! Great job on the detailed work!
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Nice job! Looks great!
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WOW! That looks amazing! I am pretty jealous... might have to look into that for the whole center console area even the silver part!!
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It takes some practice with the Di-noc but it does look damned good when it's done right. Love the detail on the knobs.
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Wow....very nice job and great attn to detail.
As mentioned on that knob
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It takes some practice with the Di-noc but it does look damned good when it's done right. Love the detail on the knobs.
How do you recommend one without experience with it to attack it?
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thanks guys. appreciate it. i picked up the carbon fibre at canadian tire its ina roll like window tint. it actually isnt to difficult to do. just takes time and patience. just lay it on using something like a credit card to smooth it on with no bubbles, if their are lots of curves or anything you will need to use some heat. it loves heat. i lay it all on the cut after. cutting you have to be very cautious so if u slip or dont like it u dont cut into the factory plastic. just takes time and a steady hand.
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