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PS remember THIS cf material is interior ONLY!!

you use 3m adhesive, a heat gun, and PATIENCE!! I am replacing my stock spoiler with a new setup and am going to cover the original spoiler in CF in a step-by- step pic DIY for this section - also will probably post how to cover your strut tower caps in cf this monday.

Then I am going to overlay engine parts and post those
 

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PPS - really glad you are here Mike - you are an old time tinkerer like me :) I REALLY get tired of guys thinking they did something because they bolted on the part of the month (mostly hood struts)

I am getting into the CarbonFiber in a BIG way (and have ordered enough to cover my MISTAKES)
 

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GHOST - Im guessing it's sticky on one side, or do you have to use some spray on adhesive. Wondering if it is easy enough to mold around corners etc to cover different shaped pieces.

The Carbon Fiber vinyl III is PERFECT for heat molding around interior pieces but is only available in limited colors - it is wet adhesive on one side and stretches

this is the cheapest I have found it

http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=280282428206&ssPageName=STRK:MEWNX:IT
 
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