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    check out the carbon fiber fabric wrap! from pyspeed!

    sup, wrapped up some parts in my buddies m3, materials all from pyspeed.com! non-photo edited pics.

    steering wheel to match oem:
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    done in black:
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    some di-noc wrap:
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    nice job! looks cleannn
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    Seriously, nice job.

    Is it hard to wrap parts?
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    Looks good but wrapping steering wheels I always felt was too much, makes it look really after market

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    thanks guys for the comments! wrapping stuff is not super hard, but very tedious! just got to know where and how to cut the material to release stress n use the right glues to make it stay in it's place!

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by wu99wu Click here to enlarge
    thanks guys for the comments! wrapping stuff is not super hard, but very tedious! just got to know where and how to cut the material to release stress n use the right glues to make it stay in it's place!
    Now now, that is a fine line.

    Once you start posting links to areas that advertise a business you do it can't be allowed.

    We like the pics, but since you wrap for money I can't allow you to advertise for free.
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    wrapping for $$

    i didn't make any implications that i wrap stuff for money, you did. so what's the problem? if anyone has questions about wrapping stuff like yourself, i'd be happy to answer them for you. don't get it twisted.

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by wu99wu Click here to enlarge
    i didn't make any implications that i wrap stuff for money, you did. so what's the problem? if anyone has questions about wrapping stuff like yourself, i'd be happy to answer them for you. don't get it twisted.
    No you didn't make the implication but the fact that you do means you do this as a business so despite the lack of the implication on your own you are still advertising. Hence why your advertisement was removed, hope you understand.
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    Fake Carbon Fiber is just lame.
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by FR305 Click here to enlarge
    Fake Carbon Fiber is just lame.
    Serves its purpose for aesthetics.
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