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Carbon fiber interior #394768 Feb 8, 3:51pm Feb 8, 3:51pm
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Carbon fiber interior
Does anyone know where I could purchase some of the carbonfiber interior. It came with my car and now i wanna get the JDM dash for a tv and I need to stick some ontop of that so it matches, i personally would rather not have it on at all if you guys know how to take it off with it still looking good i'd appreciate that too.

Re: Carbon fiber interior [Re: ApuPimpin] #394769 Feb 8, 4:06pm Feb 8, 4:06pm
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Use a heat gun or hair dryer to warm it up then simply peel it off gently

Re: Carbon fiber interior [Re: sickcelica696] #394770 Feb 8, 4:30pm Feb 8, 4:30pm
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waht he said. can use liek superglue to put it back on. If it donest work go on ebay to get the kit, but will cost a bit. Try using either a heatgun hairdryer for a whiel and peele it off.

Re: Carbon fiber interior [Re: hombredelassrtas] #394771 Feb 8, 4:34pm Feb 8, 4:34pm
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so i just use a hairdryer and then I use superglue to put it on the other console

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