Jsherry's interior thread

Jsherry20

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Here are some pictures of my interior, started by wrapping what I could with 3M dry carbon fiber vinyl, purchased some weather tech mats, next I plan on purchasing some form of a short throw shifter! Post up pictures of your interior!

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Danksies

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Mines stock too but really want some alcantara in there like the e-brake boot and shift boot with some nice stitching mmm
 

ASquared

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Man I've tried wrapping a couple pieces multiple times but the heat here bubbles it up and pulls the corners back. I'm almost to the point when I'd rather just sand and paint the trim.
 

Danksies

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Can't speak for Vegas, but I know it gets hot as a mug out there. Virginia can be just as bad but add in 100% humidity lol...
 

doublespaces

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It was 117* today, FML.....I'm sure Tyler can vouch for what that feels like. Hotter in AZ

To be honest, the difference between your temperature and mine, is I say fuck this weather 10 times a day and you only say it 9 times.

This was today when I was getting an early dinner:
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Jsherry20

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Man I've tried wrapping a couple pieces multiple times but the heat here bubbles it up and pulls the corners back. I'm almost to the point when I'd rather just sand and paint the trim.
What material are you using? Might want to look into 3M, that Chinese stuff doesn't work as nearly as well if you ask me
 

Danksies

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My shift boot came with stitching that is almost teal, do all m sport cars have that??
That's weird. I know the oem one has white stitching and the m sport for like the m3 have the red, blue violet, and light blue with 2 different stitching patterns. That's about it for oem though
 

Jsherry20

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Weird I will have to take a picture and show it when
That's weird. I know the oem one has white stitching and the m sport for like the m3 have the red, blue violet, and light blue with 2 different stitching patterns. That's about it for oem though
I get home lol
 

ASquared

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What material are you using? Might want to look into 3M, that Chinese stuff doesn't work as nearly as well if you ask me
Nah man I was using 3M 1080 in satin black. Keeps pulling up where the cut outs are. Probably gonna have somebody else try to do it and see what happens.
 

mtandre21

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This looks awesome, here is mine
 

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zero2sixtyZ

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Nah man I was using 3M 1080 in satin black. Keeps pulling up where the cut outs are. Probably gonna have somebody else try to do it and see what happens.

Try applying the 3M 94 adhesive on the corners before applying the vinyl. I did this with the 1080 Brushed Black around the corners on the vents, 1080 satin black around steering control cutouts, etc. with good results.
https://www.amazon.com/3M-Primer-0-2oz-Vinyl-Application/dp/B00HVEW9ZW/

Also, creating relief cuts before stretching over the corners helps too. I did my trim with no additional heat, just stress cuts and 94 adhesive on the sharper corners.
 
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