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The clearshield guys who did the lambo have something similar they are bringing in. They are keen to trial it on a few cars.

Hopefully better than the old 3M product that was average for protection but a nightmare if you left it on longer than a few months as it'd turn to cement and be a total b@stard to get off without damaging paint.
C'mon, do it!



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They claim 5 years with no damage. I'm blown away by the 991.



Offline TTz

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The clearshield guys who did the lambo have something similar they are bringing in. They are keen to trial it on a few cars.

Hopefully better than the old 3M product that was average for protection but a nightmare if you left it on longer than a few months as it'd turn to cement and be a total b@stard to get off without damaging paint.

I'll try it...
Any details as to when they will be ready?



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Offline allanuber


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I'll try it...
Any details as to when they will be ready?

I'll find out mate, I'll get the 4C done same time.
C'mon, do it!



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I'll find out mate, I'll get the 4C done same time.

If we can get the product, spraying should  be easy.......



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I am very interested to see how this turns out in practice. If done properly I don't think it will end up being much cheaper than the current film jobs.



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I am very interested to see how this turns out in practice. If done properly I don't think it will end up being much cheaper than the current film jobs.
The 911 was $2100 USD
In Australia will be 10x I bet



Offline 360c

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The 911 was $2100 USD
In Australia will be 10x I bet

In the US I bet they would have a bunch of illegal Mexicans at $5 an hour doing the application to do it that cheaply.
If you think about the labour involved in masking the car up properly anddisassembling some parts, I can't see it being cheaper than a cut and wrap job.




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