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She's all Done

Discussion in 'Model 3: Interior & Exterior' started by JohnC, Jun 23, 2018.

  1. JohnC

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    #1 JohnC, Jun 23, 2018
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    Two months after I picked her up I can finally say its a wrap. I've finally installed my last upgrade.

    UP Moderate Springs
    Satin Chrome Delete
    Powder Coat Wheels Satin
    Whole Front Xpel Wrap
    20% Tint all around 70% winshield
    Ceramic Pro Gold
    Calipers Painted and ceramic coated
    Wood dash wrapped in CF
    RPM Tesla Spoiler
    RPM Tesla CF Door sill, Xpel stealth center console wrap, CF interior door handles, CF steering wheel wrap
    Tough Pro interior, frunk, and trunk mats
    Ebay 2pc Pedals

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  2. P85_DA

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    OP beautiful work !!!
     
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  3. SouthBayGuy

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    Very nice. The whole package looks good together.
     
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    Looks great, wow
     
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  5. johndorian

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    To each their own, but that's a bit too much "carbon fibre" for my taste.
     
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    @JohnC,

    Looks Amazing!!! Do you know what color red they used for the calipers? (i.e. paint code)? And was it paint or powder coat?

    Ski
     
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    @JohnC ...can u list our vendors you worked with ? Thanks
     
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    Stunning
     
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  9. JohnC

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    Here you go. I added the price I paid for the work.

    Unplugged Performance
    Moderate Springs $335


    AutoFashion
    Lowering Spring install $400


    Monumental Workx (Price was from a Group Buy. They raised pricing now)
    Wincos Tint $450 windshield $200
    Xpel Clear Bra front bumper/headlights $500
    Chrome Delete $500
    Wood trim CF wrap $80
    Calipers Painted (They knew a shop down the street that painted calipers so they drove my car to them) $500


    Viral Vinyl Werks
    Powder Coat Rims $599 (Over the phone I only asked for a quote for 19" rims and didnt mention for a Model 3 and was quoted $599.
    Came in and there was some confusion and was a mess but ended up getting it for $599 after all the confusion. Regular price they said is $899 plus $100 off through Yelp.)

    Apply Ceramic Pro on calipers $199


    5Point Auto Spa (They gave me a good price for Xpel since I was getting Ceramic Pro Gold)
    Ceramic Pro Gold $1290
    Xpel hood, fenders and side mirrors $800
     
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  10. JohnC

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    Thanks!.... I just told them red and they knew what I was talking about. It's painted.
     
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    #11 P85_DA, Jun 24, 2018
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    @JohnC ....love it you took to Freddy (VIP shop) for Springs :oops:.....monumental does great work !!...u just need dash cam ;)
     
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  12. Point 3

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    Looks great!
     
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  13. IAmNotARoleMdl

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    Great job modding your car. I'm in the process as well. Question: Did RPM Tesla install your spoiler or did you? How was it if you did it yourself. I just received mine as well. Thanks in advance.
     
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    Great job. I love the chrome delete on the Model 3. And the calipers look awesome.
     
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    How's your chrome delete holding up? I had mine scheduled to go in for chrome delete but the place stopped doing them on the Model3 because they couldn't get them to stop lifting around the windows and couldn't get the handles looking good.
     
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    I’m actually looking into that now. There’s some DIY’s in here that I’ve been looking at.
     
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    RPM installed it for me at no charge and put duct tape to keep it down. It took less then 10 mins. You def need something like duct tape to keep the ends on both side to stay down.
     
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    My chrome delete is holding up pretty good now. I actually had to bring it back since the corner started lifting on the passenger side lower window trim right near the side mirror so they went ahead and ripped the whole thing off and applied new strip. They also did some touch up to the driver side mirror on the inside towards the window since it was lifting due to the side mirrors auto close.
     
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  19. bakerboy

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    Looks great!

    The place that did your Xpel wrap, did it include the hood?
     
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    I took it to 2 diff shops. The first shop I only got PPF on front bumper and headlights. I originally only planned to get my front bumper wrapped with PPF but then a day before I was going to get Ceramic applied I was driving on the freeway and a small rock hit my upper hood and put a pretty good size chip. So then the next day I talked to the shop thats about to do the Ceramic Pro and they gave me a good price for Xpel on the full hood, front side fenders and side mirrors.
     

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