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Discussion in 'General Chat' started by Les 51, Jan 9, 2014.

  1. Les 51
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    Les 51 A pint of Diesel please!

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    [Jan 9, 2014]
    hydro dipping :)

    great stuff!
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    Nilz Defo worth the wait :)

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    Yes, saw this a while ago, its awesome!!!
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    they do it in my town literally 2 mins away from where i live , bloody expensive though, £90 for a 19" wheel dipped and clear coated .
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    You can buy DIY kits to do it yourself at home (or in your garage)
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    Didn't think it would be cheap when I saw it getting done. Suppose for trim stuff it might not be as bad as a wheel.
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    ^^^ depends on the company
    iv been quoted £450 to have my interior trims coated and £150 for 4 wind deflectors...

    You can buy the transfers and all you need is the activator.
    the rest is easy, but let it dry and then clear coat it.
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    Its only expensive because people will and do pay silly money for it because real carbon also aint cheap. Supply & demand etc.

    Considering a light weight dry carbon 2x2 weave (300g sqm for example) is about £30+vat (per sqm) and a similar prepreg (LTM26 for example) is about £90+vat per sqm, having things hydro dipped isn't as expensive as it "could" be lol

    Altho IMO its complete an utter tat but meh

    £450 to have your trims dipped? Jesus you could have them wrapped in real carbon for the same money, or get a used set off ebay for a tad more. When I get round to it ill be doing all my S Line trims in carbon when I have a spare weekend lol
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