What color leather with Java Black???

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  • Black & yellow two tone leather

    0 0%
  • Black & blue Two tone leather

    2 10.53%
  • Black & red two tone leather

    5 26.32%
  • Leave it alone & keep the black cloth

    7 36.84%
  • Other

    5 26.32%
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This is a discussion on What color leather with Java Black??? within the Interior Mods forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; Thinking of getting leather with my Java Black Pearl wagon....

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    Registered User J.D.'s Avatar
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    What color leather with Java Black???

    Thinking of getting leather with my Java Black Pearl wagon.
    "It only takes a moment to change your attitude, & at that moment it will change your life."

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    Registered User VSGTS14's Avatar
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    i would say keep teh cloth
    but black and red is hott
    but doesn't it depend on your color scheme?
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    Registered User J.D.'s Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by VSGTS14
    i would say keep teh cloth
    but black and red is hott
    but doesn't it depend on your color scheme?
    I don't have a color scheme yet. Right now it's stock except the red lights on the radar/laser detector.

    jd
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    then pick a color scheme!!
    im doing black, silver, red on interior
    engine bay is gonna be blue/polished/silver
    and rims gunmetal or black with polished lip
    FP Green STi

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    Solid black and change your door panels too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by zapman
    Solid black and change your door panels too.

    i agree. two tone colors with leather just dont look right, because most of the time, the colros come out too bright and dont blend in right. R&D at major car companies spend hours mixing colors to get the right color mixes in their interior leathers to match the car. I have a black with black suede kit coming to me from atd1.com. Great customer service so far and from what I hear excellent products as well! good luck with whatever you choose.

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    I say keep it cloth, leather here in Az has got to be a pain. It feels like my steering wheel is burning me half the time in the summer, I can't image the whole seat... my .02

    -Mark.

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