Blackening complete

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  1. MrLee

    MrLee New Member

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    Taking inspiration from other members I had all the non black parts wrapped in black. I have also been waiting for the dealer to provide the wheel nuts and roof racks I had originally ordered in black (they delivered silver). Now it is all done here are some snaps. 20161205_182408 smaller.jpg 20161205_182348 smaller.jpg
     
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    That looks awesome, well done!
     
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    Nice work MrLee. Can I ask did you use Carbon Demon? I'm booked in on Friday for exactly the same wrap of parts.
     
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    Huge difference to the look that's for sure. Well done
     
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    It looks incredible!!! Can you tell me where you got that grill? In Spain there are still no accessories for the Levorg
     
  6. MrLee

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    yes I did.
    The company is just up the road from me.
     
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    The grill was an option during purchase (I live in Australia). They gave me the original as well.
     
  8. Dee

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    Japanparts if your dealer doesn't have them yet and in most cases Japanparts is cheaper with shipping!
     
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    Very tidy machine :cool:
     
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    Wow, that looks wicked. MrLee, are you able to disclose the cost to get that done?

    Anyone know of any good operators in Melbourne that would so a similar job??
     
  11. MrLee

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    Hi kpny,it cost around $700. I think most of this was labour in pulling the parts off wrapping them and putting them back on again. I don't know Melbourne at all but I did a quick search and saw a couple of places but can't speak for quality.

    Lee

    PS I like the white, I almost bought that myself.
     
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