Carbon Fiber Vinyl Stripes

Carbon fiber vinyl stripes on the hood and rocker panel of a silver Porsche Carrera 996.Carbon fiber vinyl is becoming extremely popular, along with camouflage wrap, you might also want to consider a doing this to your BMW 230i. Compared to traditional carbon fiber, vinyl is more cost effective. It’s also easier to work with and can be applied quicker than molding traditional material. Carbon fiber vinyl can also be applied to a variety of surfaces. Hoods, interior panels, spoilers and motorcycle fairings are some of the things that can be wrapped. An entire car can be wrapped in carbon fiber if desired. The newer vinyls are embossed so they shimmer when viewed from different angles. This resembles real carbon fiber closer than a printed pattern. Carbon fiber vinyl is also available in various colors. In addition to black, white and anthracite are available. This allows for more creativity and flexibility for your custom vehicle.

Carbon Fiber Vinyl on a Porsche Carrera

This particular car is a 1999 Porsche 911(996) that had been recently been purchased. After going through and fixing all the mechanical problems, the customer was ready to add some accents to the exterior. They had already purchased the stripes from a manufacturer that specializes in Porsche graphics. They contacted us to install the hood and “Carrera” stripes along the rocker panels.When working on a Porsche, you want to make sure that everything is perfect. After taking precise measurements and making sure everything was exact, installation was quick, even in cool weather. The 3M Carbon Fiber vinyl is the very similar to the material that is used for graphic vehicle wraps. It conforms well and has air release in order to negate air bubbles. We think that the stripes this customer picked are perfect for this car. They give it just enough appeal without overdoing it. We’re are honored that Mr. Nickell trusted us to apply the graphics to his car.

Closeup of hood stripe made of carbon fiber vinyl on a Porsche Carrera 996

Posted on by Jeremy in Vehicles, wraps

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