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Old 01-18-2010, 05:26 PM   #1
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Emblempros.com Hydrographic coating!!

We have held this back for a while until we:
1) Had installed pics.
2) Had some experience with this process
3) Were ready to sell parts.

These three conditions are now fulfilled.
Here are some pictures. We will respond later tonight on this thread.

2010 Camaro hydrocarbon installed pics.

Guage Bezel





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Fog Light Bezels





Fuse Box Cover




Trunk Drain trays





Bumper support





Next time: Rear diffuser, Engine cover, and some other small parts.

Thanks, Roger We are now accepting parts!!!
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Old 01-18-2010, 09:47 PM   #2
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We have many different patterns and colors available.
Prices will be posted on the site over the next few days.
Please let me know if you have any questions.


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Old 01-18-2010, 09:59 PM   #3
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looks awesome!
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Old 01-18-2010, 10:01 PM   #4
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If you had any images of a silver (or lighter gray than your pics above) of the fog light bezels I'd be really interested to see those!

Pricing helps a ton too lol.
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Old 01-19-2010, 01:39 AM   #5
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If you had any images of a silver (or lighter gray than your pics above) of the fog light bezels I'd be really interested to see those!

Pricing helps a ton too lol.
Pricing will be posted tomorrow, and it will not be a waste of your guys' time.
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Old 01-19-2010, 01:42 AM   #6
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These are awesome, how about the taillights
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Old 01-19-2010, 01:56 AM   #7
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These are awesome, how about the taillights
We are going to be offering more parts, including the taillight trim pieces, cowl, rear diffuser panel, etc.
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Old 01-19-2010, 03:03 AM   #8
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I have just ordered and paid the same parts 2 weeks ago at northamericantuning. This was not a buy worth. After 2 weeks of no response I ask for a refund. They refunded, but not the whole amount.

I'm happy and willing to buy as soon as you offer it.
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Old 01-19-2010, 09:07 AM   #9
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Hi,
I looked at your website... (great looking mods)
Can I get a pic of the V6 front splitter.. (have been trying to get hold of one for a while)

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Old 01-19-2010, 10:07 PM   #10
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I looked at your website... (great looking mods)
Can I get a pic of the V6 front splitter.. (have been trying to get hold of one for a while)

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It seems impossible to get that picture as we haven't even got one yet. I'll ask them about it tomorrow.
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Old 01-19-2010, 10:19 PM   #11
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Wow...looks fantastic initially.



Thanks for bringin some more to the table!
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Old 01-19-2010, 10:22 PM   #12
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We have a Street Scene front spolier/splitter on the way and we're going to dip that for a nice effect. Pictures of that and the rear diffuser panel will be up within a week.
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Does anyone make these parts in real carbon fiber? When get my car, I want to replace all the silver painted pieces on the inside with carbon fiber, but I want it to be real. Its hard to make fake carbon fiber look real.
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Old 01-20-2010, 11:42 AM   #14
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Everyone needs to make their choice by comparing costs, and final outcome.
Each person will have their preference, and we understand that. We also have many patterns, besides carbon fiber. And about 12 patterns of carbon fiber in different color options as well.

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Interested in seeing the different colors available!
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I looked at your website... (great looking mods)
Can I get a pic of the V6 front splitter.. (have been trying to get hold of one for a while)

Thanks
I just got off the phone with Street Scene and they told me pictures are going to be posted soon, but the product is really similar to the SS version, it just has a little bit of different mounting positions due to the bumper's different curviture.
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At when will be the parts included in your shop? I want buy...
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At when will be the parts included in your shop? I want buy...
Hopefully in a week. I'm looking for the best prices right now.
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Interested in seeing the different colors available!
Silver, black, white, yellow red, orange,,blue, green, brown, dk brown.
and any mixture of these colors.

The patterns have transparent openings on the film, the base color we paint is what shows through. We will be posting pictures.

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Okay guys, here are some parts that we did in training. If you see any imperfections it is because these parts have been used about a dozen times before to train other people.

Car blank with a tan base coat getting dipped in a camo pattern:






Console bezel and A/C control cluster all in one - from what I was told, most professionals cannot get this thing done around the top lip due to the motions you need to make to get complete coverage. I got it on my 1st shot





A door handle insert:


Here is a carbon fiber pattern that we used. It is not my favorite CF pattern they had, but it was good for training nonetheless:








Hooker shoe:


Here is my favorite carbon fiber weave (looks sick in person) - these parts were all in the conference room so I snagged some pics for you guys.
it's the one we have used on our car
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I made these tonight for myself, but wanted to show you guys. these aren't finished yet; they still need to be clearcoated to make the color and shine really pop.

The black areas on the COD controller are not stickers - they are paint. There were some extra steps involved in making these with the images, but the Call of Duty controller has a military camouflage pattern on it over a white base coat. The Gears of War controller is a brushed metal finish over metallic silver base coat. This controller will really shine when it's cleared.













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Hey DragonZ28, would hydrographic coating be able to get a look like brushed aluminum, similar to the light bezels used in the Camaro DUSK concept? (See pict for idea) Didn't see an example of something like this on the site...
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Hey DragonZ28, would hydrographic coating be able to get a look like brushed aluminum, similar to the light bezels used in the Camaro DUSK concept? (See pict for idea) Didn't see an example of something like this on the site...
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You can get a simulated brushed finish on some parts; relatively flat parts. The fog light bezels are curved in such a way that a brushed grain woul look like crap, and it would ruin the piece. Your best bet would be simply to paint them silver, which we can do, or find a set of billet cut pieces, which will be very expensive but bound to be made by someone eventually.
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Okay guys, here are some parts that we did in training. If you see any imperfections it is because these parts have been used about a dozen times before to train other people.

Here is a carbon fiber pattern that we used. It is not my favorite CF pattern they had, but it was good for training nonetheless:








Here is my favorite carbon fiber weave (looks sick in person) - these parts were all in the conference room so I snagged some pics for you guys.
it's the one we have used on our car
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The carbon fiber actually looks kinda real. Thats the most realistic CF I have seen. It looks different under that lighting than the pics in the car.
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The carbon fiber actually looks kinda real. Thats the most realistic CF I have seen. It looks different under that lighting than the pics in the car.
Flourescent lights in the shop, compared to the sun going down outside is why the pictures look different, but it is the same film pattern.
We also like this pattern, and it is the one we have chosen to lead with, although others are available.

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