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      10-12-2020, 09:19 PM   #177
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I'm amazed by this concept. What did you do for your door jambs?

What is on the front nose of your car in this picture?
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I had the option of removing the doors and painting the jams, but decided against it. Since the car is black, no one has ever noticed!

The car has a "Novistretch" on the front. Breathes great. But protects from rock chips or minor track debris. Snaps on and off.

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I'm amazed by this concept. What did you do for your door jambs?

What is on the front nose of your car in this picture?
https://f87.bimmerpost.com/forums/at...8;d=1588963723
I had the option of removing the doors and painting the jams, but decided against it. Since the car is black, no one has ever noticed!

The car has a "Novistretch" on the front. Breathes great. But protects from rock chips or minor track debris. Snaps on and off.

Which model novistretch?
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Which model novistretch?
Since they don't make one for an M2, I ordered one for a Mustang, and it seems to fit fine! It's very stretchy.
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A few after I did a quick ceramic coating (CG Quartz) in my garage.
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Still looks in great condition. Have you picked up any rock chips / damage?. How is that solved if you want to restore a panel?.

The product is just becoming available here in Australia and some of the traditional PPF installers are not keen on it...I suspect that may be because it could take away their customers!.




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Still looks in great condition. Have you picked up any rock chips / damage?. How is that solved if you want to restore a panel?.

The product is just becoming available here in Australia and some of the traditional PPF installers are not keen on it...I suspect that may be because it could take away their customers!.
It resists rick chips as well or better than PPF.

Small chips can be smoothed out with a hot hair dryer and some rubbing. Larger ones can just be filled in with a dab of extra autoflex, which my installer provided.

And, yes, PPF installers don't like it. It's competition!
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