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      05-21-2009, 02:18 PM   #1
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PYSpeed.com | Carbon Fiber Fabric (3 colors to choose) *$40 Shipped*

Join the Car Mod Sensation: PYSpeed is proud to bring Carbon Fiber Fabric to 1Addicts members with 3 exciting colors (Black, Charcoal, Titanium/$5 more). This is for people who are interested in DIYing their interior trims to a Carbon Fiber look. It is the newest type of carbon fiber interior. No, it's not your typical CF overlay nor is it vinyl. This is actual fabric showcasing a CF based weave to allow the trim to breathe even better than leather.

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Thanks Stan for the quick DIY picture. This took him just "5 mins".
For $40, why not give it a shot, make your car stand out from the crowd with this good bang for the buck mod.

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All orders shipped out, remember to post pictures here after your DIY projects.

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Just finish processing orders going to Australia and HK, thanks for the orders guys. =)
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i got my fabric from Euro-Dyne but i highly recommend this fabric! it takes time and a little work but the outcome is worth every bit and is way better than spending $300 to get it wrapped somewhere else. i'm working on wrapping my trim right now and here's what i got done so far. it is black cf fabric btw...

+85743895734857 on this fabric

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got any installed pictures of titanium?
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got any installed pictures of titanium?
Here is one..
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How is this applied? Is there a pressure sensitive adhesive backing? Or do i apply the adhesive myself?
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i got my fabric from Euro-Dyne but i highly recommend this fabric! it takes time and a little work but the outcome is worth every bit and is way better than spending $300 to get it wrapped somewhere else. i'm working on wrapping my trim right now and here's what i got done so far. it is black cf fabric btw...

+85743895734857 on this fabric

oooo looks good wish I had the time and effort to do that myself lol...
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How is this applied? Is there a pressure sensitive adhesive backing? Or do i apply the adhesive myself?
It's put together by using 3M super 77 adhesive from home depot. It's really simple and takes little time. The finishing result is incredible.
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i got my fabric from Euro-Dyne but i highly recommend this fabric! it takes time and a little work but the outcome is worth every bit and is way better than spending $300 to get it wrapped somewhere else. i'm working on wrapping my trim right now and here's what i got done so far. it is black cf fabric btw...

+85743895734857 on this fabric

one note though, I'd probably wrap the different sides with opposing patterns instead of matching, since it's not goign to look right. does that make sense?
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Here is one..
Hard to tell what that would look like installed. I gotta get rid of my piano black though. It is glaring sun in my eyes like woah! What would you reccommend on black interior for a lil pop?
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Hard to tell what that would look like installed. I gotta get rid of my piano black though. It is glaring sun in my eyes like woah! What would you reccommend on black interior for a lil pop?
Charcoal one would be really clean looking if it's black interior. However if you really want to stand out, titanium is definitely the color to go.

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I need more details on how to work the install. I would like to order, but I want to know what I'm getting into. Any good DIY on the process? Also, how durable and lasting is the material? Will it start to curl off after a few years (like wall paper)? I would hate to go through the work, just to have it start peeling or curling off after like 4 years.
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I need more details on how to work the install. I would like to order, but I want to know what I'm getting into. Any good DIY on the process? Also, how durable and lasting is the material? Will it start to curl off after a few years (like wall paper)? I would hate to go through the work, just to have it start peeling or curling off after like 4 years.
Here is a DIY from e90 member

http://www.e90post.com/forums/showth...04#post3824204

It's very good fabric material, so it's not like wall paper that will curl off.

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Oh boy. Looks like I will be ordering. Thanks Eric. How much (pieces) can we wrap with the fabric at the $40 price?
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Oh boy. Looks like I will be ordering. Thanks Eric. How much (pieces) can we wrap with the fabric at the $40 price?
Normally we recommend two yards leaving some room for errors.... but if you are good, 1 yard is just about right. =)

Ordering is easy, u can do it either paypal us at sales@pyspeed.com or you can order online.

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Hey, one more Eric. How durable is the fabric against water or outdoor abuse (snow, rain, sun, etc)?
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Hey, one more Eric. How durable is the fabric against water or outdoor abuse (snow, rain, sun, etc)?
Here are the characteristics of this fabric if you missed it up top

CF Fabric prides itself of the following:
-Extended Longevity
-Dry Carbon Effect
-OE Quality Finish
-Water Resistant
-Stain Resistant
-Crack Resistant

but it's not recommended to be use on the exterior parts at all.

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one note though, I'd probably wrap the different sides with opposing patterns instead of matching, since it's not goign to look right. does that make sense?
IMO this way looks better since when you look at all the pieces directly the weave all goes the same way, if you do it the way you are talking about every piece would match except the driver's door piece and that wouldnt look right. plus if you look on a M3 every piece has the weave going the same way as i did.

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Could you sell me a trim tool as well to get the parts off without breaking anything?
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Could you sell me a trim tool as well to get the parts off without breaking anything?
EAS sells them
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