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Rock Guard - Invisible Automotive Paint Protection #268312 Sep 6, 5:14pm Sep 6, 5:14pm
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Rock Guard - Invisible Automotive Paint Protection
Anyone have any comments on this product. http://www.rock-guard.com.

If this really works, I'm all over it, maybe get the entire car done, or at least all lower panels, bumpers, lights, ect.

I bet that would be expensive, but worth it.

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Re: Rock Guard - Invisible Automotive Paint Protection [Re: iggy] #268313 Sep 6, 5:18pm Sep 6, 5:18pm
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if you have money and ur car is new i would def. get it..usually the shop that do tinting will do that too if you want..u might want to check around town and compare prices..clear 3M film, that's what they are..


Originally Posted by pesho01
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Whenever my car is at a full stop or even in park the RPM never sits on 0. what does this mean?
Re: Rock Guard - Invisible Automotive Paint Protection [Re: celicafourotwo] #268314 Sep 6, 6:03pm Sep 6, 6:03pm
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Originally Posted by celicafourotwo
if you have money and ur car is new i would def. get it..usually the shop that do tinting will do that too if you want..u might want to check around town and compare prices..clear 3M film, that's what they are..


Yeah only 3 days old and not sure what the cost is, any ideas?

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Re: Rock Guard - Invisible Automotive Paint Protection [Re: iggy] #268315 Sep 6, 6:05pm Sep 6, 6:05pm
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dang thats nice! wish i had that b4 i got all those chips on my kit.


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Re: Rock Guard - Invisible Automotive Paint Protection [Re: celicafourotwo] #268316 Sep 6, 7:09pm Sep 6, 7:09pm
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Originally Posted by celicafourotwo
if you have money and ur car is new i would def. get it..usually the shop that do tinting will do that too if you want..u might want to check around town and compare prices..clear 3M film, that's what they are..


Any ideas of prices? Over $1000? under? more than 1K?, I have no clue, and would hate to be clueless when calling.

~Iggy

Re: Rock Guard - Invisible Automotive Paint Protection [Re: iggy] #268317 Sep 6, 7:25pm Sep 6, 7:25pm
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Ok this is the way to go. I'm getting it not matter what the cost spineyes, look here http://solutions.3m.com/wps/portal/_s.155/98905/_s.155/98920

Just talked to a guy who has a 1994 Supra with this stuff on it and it looks brand new and yet he has a long stone driveway, oh man got to have it. thumbsup

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Re: Rock Guard - Invisible Automotive Paint Protection [Re: iggy] #268318 Sep 6, 7:29pm Sep 6, 7:29pm
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damn 1000?? no way bro..a guy that offer to do my car said he'll do the Hood and fron bumber for like 150 or 200..that's all you really need anyway..cuz majority of paint chip are at the front bumper, fender, and Hood..but i would check around ur town it might be cheaper..


Originally Posted by pesho01
Question:
Whenever my car is at a full stop or even in park the RPM never sits on 0. what does this mean?
Re: Rock Guard - Invisible Automotive Paint Protection [Re: celicafourotwo] #268319 Sep 6, 7:30pm Sep 6, 7:30pm
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that's the exact same thing he offer to have done on my car when i got my window tinted on my previous car..


Originally Posted by pesho01
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Whenever my car is at a full stop or even in park the RPM never sits on 0. what does this mean?
Re: Rock Guard - Invisible Automotive Paint Protection [Re: celicafourotwo] #268320 Sep 6, 7:41pm Sep 6, 7:41pm
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Originally Posted by celicafourotwo
damn 1000?? no way bro..a guy that offer to do my car said he'll do the hood and fron bumber for like 150 or 200..that's all you really need anyway..cuz majority of paint chip are at the front bumper, fender, and hood..but i would check around ur town it might be cheaper..


Well then I may want to do the entire car lol. Thanks for the price info, now I shouldn't get screwed then.

~Iggy

Re: Rock Guard - Invisible Automotive Paint Protection [Re: iggy] #268321 Sep 7, 5:00pm Sep 7, 5:00pm
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Just got three quotes back today. I'm going with this one.

I am looking at the Hood, Fender, Mirror and Bumper kits you see on XPEL's website for $489 installed.

The headlights I can do for $75. I believe there some small fog lights to go along with that.

Door Edge guards I can do for $35.

For $100 I can do some small pieces behind the front wheels where the sideskirt is and some small pieces behind the rear wheel. This is about as far as I would go with putting the film on the car. I think you would have great coverage with the above.

These kits will only fit the car if the Action Package is the same as the 2002-2003 Action Bumper. From the pictures you sent, it looks like it will fit.

I may ask for the car to be left overnight to spend some time on the install eek. It will be in the garage the entire time.

So we are looking at eek $699, eek but a 10 year guarantee follows that for no paint chips or scratches where this is applied. It's a done deal.

No keys for them, lol rofl

~Iggy


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The biggest problem with the 7th gen is the front bumper valence, and the bumper (below the actual Hood). The fog lights do take a beating, but are alright and the headlights are alright. The back bumper area below and by the wheel also takes a huge amount of damage. The Mirrors are not a problem or anything by the front wheels. For these areas the max should be $200. The Hood add a hundred for the whole scoop assembly and $35 for the fogs max. Just my thought on it. I'm sure I could coat my whole Celica in clear vinyl for $300 if I wnated to and maybe I should go into my own business.

Re: Rock Guard - Invisible Automotive Paint Protection [Re: hephaestus] #268323 Sep 7, 7:32pm Sep 7, 7:32pm
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Yeah what a racket huh tasty, and the one guy that does this is out of his home. 5 car garage and the works. Only 25 years of age.
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