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Nope, but might be worth doing. Just a caution...large scale chunks of vinyl like that are tough to apply without wrinkles/airbubbles...especially if there are curves/contours on the body.
 

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Agreed^^6 Especially a compound curve, My brother does Vinyl signs,painted signs ect and I learnd that the hardway puttin carbon fiber wrap on my dash. it didn't work. I would suggest an adhesion promoter if your putting it on plastic. some plastics have a oily sheen to them and it won't allow some decals to adhere properly. Clean it good first too.


Nope, but might be worth doing. Just a caution...large scale chunks of vinyl like that are tough to apply without wrinkles/airbubbles...especially if there are curves/contours on the body.
 

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I tried putting vinyl on my race bike's tail section for number plate backgrounds...there is a concave radius that meets a convex radius then come together and form yet a third radius...I decided to paint them after about ten minutes.
 

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You will be much better off doing small sections rather than a full sheet.
 

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Its a pain in the a## you have to cut and piece it together use a heat gun will help but don't over heat the wrap, get some different size bondo spreaders to help with the air bubbles and a straight pin to perice holes in the air bubbles and press out.
 

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we did a Camo4u wrap on our Honda and it turned out really nice. Been on there for about 2 years now with no issues...
 
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