Originally Posted by gtferrari
3m makes a product scotchprint 1080 if i remember right. stay away from 3m di-noc. di-noc is an architectural wrap and is too stiff for cars plus it doesnt have the same warranty. scotch print comes in many shades of cf also brushed metal, metalics, and flats. realy easy stuff to use.
the only tuff area to cover would be the style line on the center stack just under the radio. that 3d curve will need some patience.
All the stuff I did was dinoc and it has held up great for over a year now.