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Old 06-16-2008, 06:14 PM
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Has anyone bought vinyl for the interior (center console, door panel,etc..) if so can you post some pictures id like to buy some but im not sure if it looks cheap or well done
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Old 06-16-2008, 07:14 PM
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Do you need new ones or just want a different color?
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i got a silver lude so i want to add some silver in the interior to livin it up and make it look different right now its all black
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Old 06-17-2008, 12:11 AM
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I was checkin those things out as well. Was thinkin of puttin white with my black interior, contrast ftw.

Although I do not have the door that is supposed to close over the cup holder, its broken in 2 ><
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You can paint it yourself or get a trim kit. i would get a trim kit i had the CF one and when ppl saw it they just fell in love that and it was EBP lol.

Kinda like this be come in a few diffrent colors this is a 4 pice set but if you look a lil the have a 8 or 10 pice i think.
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Old 06-17-2008, 09:30 AM
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The OEM trim kit kicks ass. I want one later on, but right now, I used Dupli-Color for the interior. I don't have pics because I need to fix it all because I ****ed up something putting my interior back together, but if you PAINT the interior, be sure to clean it with Acetone first. Years of oil based interior cleaner doesn't hold paint too well. When you finish that, use adhesion promoter. It's clear and you find it at the parts store where the interior paint is. It's basically a primer for vinyl and plastics.
For the cars sake, make sure you only do key pieces. Everything that comes in the OEM kit, except the center console piece, I lightly sanded and went back over with gloss black since they were all rough looking. Ever seen the red si-r interior? I did my door panels like that in red, but if you did that part in just silver, I think it'd look good. Just don't get happy painting EVERYTHING. Know what I mean? For example, the AL red interior is really bright, but with just the panels, it sort of resembles an S2K, as much as it possibly could. You should DEFINITELY paint the gauge bezels silver. That is a night and day improvement over stock. It's a popular mod, but it's well worth doing even if it looks like everyone else.
Post up any more questions. I'm getting pretty good at all this DIY painting stuff. Currently working on a detailed wheel painting guide for you guys since my first set came out virtually professionally.
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yeah i did the bezels silver a while back now im just looking for a change with the rest of the interior...thing is i don't want to paint the pieces because i can't undo it as opposed to vinyl which is inexpensive, doesn't necessarily scratch and i can remove it worst comes to worse
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Why can't you undo it?
Acetone gets it off, and doesn't damage the interior, not that kind of vinyl/plastic anyway because I've used it. It left a white residue, but one application of Black Magic, and it's gone.
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i wouldnt paint it if i had no experiance, friend of mine when kinda out of hand painting the most randomess things.
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Re: R vinyl products

If you want to add some accents to your interior you could do what I did. Take of your arm rests that are vinyl now, and your center console rest. Re-cover those in a silver vinyl real easy to do and looks great. Ive done mine in black carbon fiber...about to re-do them in red carbon fiber to match the paint.
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can you up any pictures? ^^
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