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Dry Carbon Fiber Vinyl that matches OEM trim/spoiler

kev1n

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Nov 17, 2016
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I think that is what my rear diffuser is wrapped in, and if so, it isn't even close.

I found a thread by @artsci who wrapped the end of his dash which I want to do. It looks nearly identical to stock. Waiting on a reply from him.

do you have a link to the post you are referring to?

also do you have shots of your rear diffuser?
 

GatorGuy

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Feb 25, 2018
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do you have a link to the post you are referring to?

also do you have shots of your rear diffuser?
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From this link:Modifications to car made since delivery
 

WattMobile

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Feb 8, 2018
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I have the small leather lock in the center console wrapped in 3M Carbon Fiber and it is almost a perfect match to the OEM. Just a bit more texture when you touch it but aesthetically the same. I will post a pic when it is possible.
 

Acho

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Mar 28, 2017
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are you referring to post #6 because that looks like the 3m di noc. i dont think people realize 3m has more than one CF film and it isnt clearly labeled which he used..
Yes, post #6. And it is CFS12 - 1080 black carbon fiber cast. I own a wrap shop and am certified 3M installer so no confusion of the material :)
 
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Acho

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There is small peace folded so the markings on tha back are visible

Photo can't show the real difference. Pm me your address and I can mail you scrap peace so you can see it yourself


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kev1n

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There is small peace folded so the markings on tha back are visible

Photo can't show the real difference. Pm me your address and I can mail you scrap peace so you can see it yourself


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this is very helpful and i didnt realize the post in the other thread was yours haha!

do you have any recommendations then or is that as close as it gets? i dont suppose you carry other brands as well?
 

Acho

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Mar 28, 2017
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this is very helpful and i didnt realize the post in the other thread was yours haha!

do you have any recommendations then or is that as close as it gets? i dont suppose you carry other brands as well?
I am certified installer of Avery and Oracal as well but their carbon fiber is similar in appearance. The brand I didn't have a chance to compare but might get closer look is vvivid /post #8 in the linked thread above/
 

Jimmy 1

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Mar 5, 2016
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I am certified installer of Avery and Oracal as well but their carbon fiber is similar in appearance. The brand I didn't have a chance to compare but might get closer look is vvivid /post #8 in the linked thread above/
Vvivid is exactly the same, I use both interchangeably.
 
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GatorGuy

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Yes, post #6. And it is CFS12 - 1080 black carbon fiber cast. I own a wrap shop and am certified 3M installer so no confusion of the material :)

Are you recommending CFS12 as a close match? They look similar in low light, but with bright light they look to have very different reflective properties.
 

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