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      05-01-2011, 02:22 AM   #1
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CF vinyl wrap interior trim

Just wrapped the interior of my e90, thanks to all the help of chrise92. picked up some 3M carbon fiber di-noc from sticker city over in sherman oaks/van nuys.

i've never wrapped anything in vinyl before, but luckily i live right next to chris so he was able to help me tremendously and gave me a great deal. anybody who lives in socal and wants to wrap with vinyl, contact chrise92. i'm sure he will hook you up.

thanks chris

now for the pics:
















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      05-01-2011, 02:25 AM   #2
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looks good
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nice looks good
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Great job man! Especially wrapping the first time
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how much carbon fiber wrap did you need?
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Nice wrap, love it.
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Looks awesome, very OEM!
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how much carbon fiber wrap did you need?
4' by 2.5' at the least to have enough for the weave to be consistent throughout. I would recommend 4' by 3' to be safe.

Looks good Dennis, much better than the wood
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which license plate leds do you have?
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      05-01-2011, 12:30 PM   #10
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which license plate leds do you have?
Weislicht ones w/ housings from jlevi
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4' by 2.5' at the least to have enough for the weave to be consistent throughout. I would recommend 4' by 3' to be safe.

Looks good Dennis, much better than the wood
yeah i got 4' by 3' and i still had some left over.

couldn't agree more chris, cf >>> wood
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dude... big sigh... why didn't you just go ahead and wrap that GIRL automatic shifter you got there????? this is why car guys think bmw drivers are toolbags.
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      05-01-2011, 04:35 PM   #13
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dude... big sigh... why didn't you just go ahead and wrap that GIRL automatic shifter you got there????? this is why car guys think bmw drivers are toolbags.
Don't hate...Im sure plenty of guys drive automatic here

we actually did wrap it but it was too much cf and I thought it didn't have enough contrast so we took it off.

May decide to wrap it again later
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Looks real good.

I did my spoiler with the help from a friend. First time out came out flawless.

Not really that hard if you take ur time.
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good job! Looks great
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Wow that stuff looks surprisingly good!
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very nice!
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dude... big sigh... why didn't you just go ahead and wrap that GIRL automatic shifter you got there????? this is why car guys think bmw drivers are toolbags.
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Just wrapped the interior of my e90, thanks to all the help of chrise92. picked up some 3M carbon fiber di-noc from sticker city over in sherman oaks/van nuys.

i've never wrapped anything in vinyl before, but luckily i live right next to chris so he was able to help me tremendously and gave me a great deal. anybody who lives in socal and wants to wrap with vinyl, contact chrise92. i'm sure he will hook you up.

thanks chris

now for the pics:















The wrap looks great! Which color is this though? Gloss Black CA-1170? or is it Matte Black CA-421? I appreciate the help!
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      11-17-2013, 05:35 PM   #21
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wow came out beautiful
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Nice work...
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