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Jan 28, 10:56am - #386195 
marblizer paint...yummy...

I went to the body shop over lunch to get quotes for putting in GT2 vents (not NSX vents like everyone else) and as I'm walking up they are rolling out this bike that they just did...and it was just amazing! I asked about it, and the guy said that the used some House of Kolor Marblizer paint for the effects in the paint...It was amazing...I was wondering what everyone's thoughts would be about a painted on black veilside style graphic...but painted with the marblizer paint, not just flat black...and for those that don't know, my car is yellow.

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Jan 28, 11:01am - #386196 
that kind of paint does look sweet
but not on a graphic for your car rofl
keep that black to match everything else


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Jan 28, 11:25am - #386197 
It would be black but with a hint of an effect in it...something really subtle...I figured it would look better than it being a vinyl graphic anyway...and with GT2 vents I think it wouldn't be bad at all...

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Jan 28, 11:30am - #386198 
if you had an effect in it..make it yellow or another color that is in ur scheme


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Jan 28, 12:12pm - #386199 
I would...I just thought it would be better than a veilside vinyl, and if I were having bodywork done anyway and they were gonna sand that area (GT2 vent install) then why not have them do this while they are at it...probably get x1 fenders at the same time too...it will save money from having to have everything re-painted if I choose this route

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Jan 28, 12:14pm - #386200 
oh wait...i totally read that too fast, i thought you meant get the vinyl painted...

but you mean paint on a scheme
problem is that if you don't want it anymore...
i wouldn't do it.


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Jan 28, 4:05pm - #386201 
post pics of ur vents? and how much is tht costing?

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Jan 28, 4:09pm - #386202 
pics of your vents


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Jan 29, 12:00pm - #386203 
Originally Posted by VSGTS14
oh wait...i totally read that too fast, i thought you meant get the vinyl painted...

but you mean paint on a scheme
problem is that if you don't want it anymore...
i wouldn't do it.


i would do it... it sounds cool thumbsup mine are painted on too... i say if you decide you don't want it anymore... then get it repainted... IMO vinyl would be just as permanent cause it looks like crap when you take them off... so you'd have to repaint it anyway


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Jan 29, 12:58pm - #386204 
it's good for show cars, i'd cry if i paid that much and got a chip or scratch on my daily driver.

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Jan 29, 4:52pm - #386205 
Originally Posted by narcolepsy123456
it's good for show cars, i'd cry if i paid that much and got a chip or scratch on my daily driver.
lol no doubt

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Jan 29, 8:47pm - #386206 
yeah, my celi is a daily... the vents cost me 200 and they want $500 straight ot for the install...It will probably happen in late march after I buy my girlfriend's engagement ring...and as for pics, they will look the same as the vents on the porsche Gt2...they are fiberglass,...and as of this post have not been delivered yet

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Jan 29, 10:09pm - #386207 
WHAT SITE DID YOU GET THE VENTS?

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