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This is a discussion on Where to get carbon fiber interior? within the Interior Mods forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; I have a 13 wrx hatch and im looking into getting some of the interior trim changed to CF. iv ...

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    Where to get carbon fiber interior?

    I have a 13 wrx hatch and im looking into getting some of the interior trim changed to CF. iv noticed the grey trim that comes with the car scratchs pretty easy. iv looked around online and cant really find a good place that has real CF anyone know of a good place to go?

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    buy a roll of 3M dinoc and do it yourself. that's what I did.

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    Quote Originally Posted by W_R_XTC View Post
    buy a roll of 3M dinoc and do it yourself. that's what I did.

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    ill get more tomorrow after I detail the car

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    as promised

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    Quote Originally Posted by W_R_XTC View Post
    buy a roll of 3M dinoc and do it yourself. that's what I did.

    wrap and CF are two different things

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    I completely understand this, just giving some insight on the route I took. has the look and feel of dry carbon with a fraction of the cost.

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    as promised

    Looks good. Thanks for the pics
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    Did you have to remove the trim to do that? How difficult was that? what tools do you need?

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    Very easy to remove pieces, all you need is a Xacto Knife and a Heat gun for tools. Just be patient and not try and rush things or else it will come out crap. Here is what i did in my 2013 Sti, even cut out the light up Sti Emblem.Click image for larger version. 

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