ahh2k: where did you buy the cf wrap and how much did you pay for how much supply
of it? also how much money/trim do you think you would need to cover all
trims and center console in my e46?
Akin Orhan: wood looks better or silver
MM Inc.: Nicely done I must say. Personally, I would never replace the wooden trim
as it fits perfectly to this leather interior but after all, it's a matter
of taste. :)
1989Lesio: Rogi strasznie zjebane amatorka
lllukiosas59: I can see whole bunch of bubbles in the wrap, should got them out but looks
guitarheroiv4: wonder if you'll reply, i was looking to do this, has it been holding up?
no tears or bubbling up due to high heat here in cali? please and thanks.
Darren B: Decent job
boxing3241: just did this project bro! thanks to you everything came out just as good
as yours! the only problem i had was my dashboard, i have a 330ci and its
just way different and complicated! but it came out 8/10 i say! big thanks!
dirtjumper512: Looks so much better!
The50calKiller1: It will hold better.. sorry.
The50calKiller1: Your welcome. And thank you.
chancho393: how easy was it to remove the wooden panels, i have an e46 3 series, i dont
do modifications all that often because im always afraid of breaking a
part, i've tried to just pull them off, but i felt like i was going to
break it, are they sturdy? i didnt know if they have a metal backing to
them, or if they are just plastic, and i cant afford to replace them if i
break one panel, love your videos, thanks!
The50calKiller1: I bought it from eBay. Will recomend sorting your search by distance. 1st
purchase was from China and it took over a month...
chancho393: also, does the center piece (connected with the gear changer) come off like
this as well? or do i need a tool or something, and how much did you end up
using over all? i know its cheap but i dont want to order too much, and
could you tell me what site you used and what color it is, im on metro
styling site, but i cant figure out what color you used but it looks
amazing, thanks in advance! and sorry to pester you with questions!
Logged In As Evan: has is started to peel after using it for a while?
Miguel Vazquez: Where can i buy this material. I have looked around and its way more
expensive than what you said?
The50calKiller1: Ummm... Is just outdated in my opinion..
The50calKiller1: True.. that happen to me too..
Vagextrol: It's for Grandpa's
The50calKiller1: Only one trim did. But I re-did it. It peels faster if you only cover the
surface. To prevent that I wrap the whole part around the back giving it
one inch all around. And some times apply Crazy Glue only on the ends that
wrap on back.
The50calKiller1: That's what I thought at first, but it's been holding on pretty good. Only
one trim peel off because I didn't leave enough material to wrap around the
back side. So has long as you leave couple inches to wrap around the back
dani gii: Bad job boy.
The50calKiller1: Nice... Glad to know my video was helpful. Your welcome. U should be glad
that you save about $150+ by doing it your self.
The50calKiller1: Thanks.. Good luck with your project.
Chase Rasmussen: Hey where did you buy it from? that's the one thing u didn't mention...
The50calKiller1: The center piece is a bit more complicated. There are few screws that you
have to remove. I'm actually in the middle of editing when i removed this
trim and when i wrapped it. I'll send you the link when is uploaded. I
bought it on ebay. Try shopping local or unless if you don't care waiting 3
to 5 weeks if its over seas. The color is black. Original colors for carbon
fiber. I purchased a 12" by 50" and still had left over. Which is good if
mistakes are made. I paid $7.10
boxing3241: Big help thank you! I'm getting a black 2001 bmw 330ci today, the first
thing I will do is this project! The car has a black interior already, so
the carbon fiber will just make it stand out more! After this project I
will order a new carbon fiber knob shift.
The50calKiller1: I respect your point of view. No hard feeling. I just don't like the wooden
look inside of my vehicle. The wood trim makes it look and feel like a
grandpa's car. I feel like if i'm inside of a Toyota Avalon.
intj123: cheap stuff will peel off by now I bet.
Matty Hunt: Hi mate, good video, I have a few questions if you don't mind. Did you
simply prise the trim off or are there any screws? Were there any
complications like clips snapping or whatever? Did it go back on flush or
was it raised, wonky or bumpy if you get me?
Deez Nuts: WHY?! wood interior is BAWSSSS
James Parker: Hey these are awesome. Where did you get the vinyl from? I will be doing
this project and the seat recline repair also.
chancho393: Thanks for answering everything! subscribed so i can see all the future
b kinseb: Right side look like it had bubbles
boxing3241: i was wondering what size you recommend i should get that would be enough
to cover all sides that are woodgrain?
fildeo: I agree. This wood trim sucks and over the time it will have cracks on
surface. Wrapped mine interior too with carbon
The50calKiller1: Thanks... Some trims came off easy and some where a bit hard. They are made
of plastic and they have a thin strip of aluminum on the back and can be
bent, and bent back to shape. Try removing the little trims so you can see
how they are held on the panels.
St Jester: Need to use a heat gun or hair dyer bro, you get a much better finish,
especially on corners, also allows you to squeeze out the air.
BMWforLife: Great video! I'm totally doing this to my e39 wagon!
The50calKiller1: congrats.. you'll love this vehicle. I been selling my car for the last 3
years but I just can't let it go. Once I get an offer I back out. =) Good
luck on your project.
The50calKiller1: Sure can. I'll upload the video sometime this week. And thanks for
The50calKiller1: I bought it from ebay. No specific seller. They're all the same. Good luck
on this two projects.. And thanks for the support. =)
Cameron Osmondson: Do you think it would be possible to do it without taking them off? because
on my car you cant take these pieces off.
nate sheeren: So i was trying to removing the middle section of the trim near the gear
shifter, and i xanr seem to get it, can u make a video showing how? Thanks,
and i subbed
The50calKiller1: ebay. I just made another purchase for vinyl, this time 4D and I only paid
$19 for a 24X60 sheet.3D is cheaper.
The50calKiller1: Your welcome. Thank you for the support. haha, thats what I'm actually
looking to do on my vehicle
The50calKiller1: When I first did them I bought a 12X60 sheet. I would recommend you getting
a 24X60 and it will about $16 or $19. That way if you have to redo one trim
you will have plenty material left over. With the 12X50 you will have just
enough for all the trims.
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