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Offline WOLF


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Thanks Richie, I dropped him an email as I am out of the country till friday and cant call the 1300 number.



Offline Richie

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Thanks Richie, I dropped him an email as I am out of the country till friday and cant call the 1300 number.

David told me not to call the 1300 number a couple of weeks ago as he was porting it through then when I was on to him about the SV project, not too sure if it has been done yet... his mobile number or e-mail is a much better way to reach himself directly anyway.

best of luck!

richie



Offline Wattens

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Just another clear bra convert here. It really makes more sense than leaving it exposed. It is asif exotics are a magnet for stone chips. Although there are clear bras and some have a sort of milky wave effect and you can see the edges. Might be an age related thing though with exposure to UV light over time.
You can say I'm wrong, but my garage doesn't agree with that statement!!!



Offline TEZZA

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Everyone ....

Do you cover

1. Just the front panel
2. Half way up the bonnet
3. The whole front of the car.
4. Do you do the headlights.
5. Low panels behind the wheels.

Richie, what did you cover and what did it cost.



Offline Brenton

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Everyone ....

Do you cover

1. Just the front panel
2. Half way up the bonnet
3. The whole front of the car.
4. Do you do the headlights.
5. Low panels behind the wheels.

Richie, what did you cover and what did it cost.

3. The whole front of the car.
4. Do you do the headlights.
5. Low panels behind the wheels.

Is what I did :thumbsup:



Offline Wattens

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I did whole front up to about half way up the bonnet, behind the wheels and behind the mirrors
You can say I'm wrong, but my garage doesn't agree with that statement!!!



Offline vegas

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(360) All the front (lower bumper area) to half way up the bonnet, back of mirrors, lower leading edges of air intake in front of rear wheel. The film is almost invisable - but whatever you do don;t put metho or any spirit based cleaner near it - it will create permenant smears where ever it touches.

There's a pretty big trend these days to wrap the vehicle with a different colour scheme or secctions in carbon-look-a-like material. I expect it would also provide some protection, though i have not looked into it, or how successfull the removal of wraping is.
It puts the lotion on its skin, or it gets the hose again.



Offline mhh

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I recommend doing the whole bonnet. Apart from the obvious protection, it avoids the seam where the film ends. Trailing edges of wheel arches are a good idea too. Basically,I suggest everything in front of the windscreen.

I won't drive a new car until the bra is on.



Offline TEZZA

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(360) All the front (lower bumper area) to half way up the bonnet, back of mirrors, lower leading edges of air intake in front of rear wheel. The film is almost invisable - but whatever you do don;t put metho or any spirit based cleaner near it - it will create permenant smears where ever it touches.

There's a pretty big trend these days to wrap the vehicle with a different colour scheme or secctions in carbon-look-a-like material. I expect it would also provide some protection, though i have not looked into it, or how successfull the removal of wraping is.

Yes there is/was a Yellow Gallardo for sale on Carsales that had the roof done in a black carbon fibre film. Looked very hot.
Did you have this done in Brisbane?



Offline mondi

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Yep, full bonnet is the go.

Do the mirrors as well - if that hasn't already been mentioned.


Also, they can put some around the door handles and this stops a lot of scratches that happen around this area.
If they are good, you have to look pretty hard to see it.



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