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Old 02-07-2002   #1
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Exotic Wood Dash Kit:

I just got a Blue and Black carbon fiber dash kit from exotic wood dash.com . I will hopefully get to install it tomorrow, but i took a picture of it today. Check it out and wish me luck on the install


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Looks good so far, good luck man!
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i like to see how it turns out. don't you have to tape it over your original dash? kinda tacky to me, but i still like to see it.
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Yeah it seems kinda tacky to me that you have to just place it over your original stuff. Personally I like my painted stuff...

If I was gonna get a kit, I would get something that replaces the WHOLE piece..not just a cover of some sort.
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hey who's yourdaddy where coould iget a kit like yur talking about?
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Looks cool. Be sure to post some pics.
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I was wondering what those little silver things are on your pic?
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Those are just little cubes to hold the box up during shipment
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you place that over you dash? isnt that gonna be noticable though
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Post some pictures when you're done. I would like to see how it looks installed.
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Update: I started kind of late and got the center console area and vents done before dark. I still have the CD and HVAC piece to put on as well as the door pieces if i choose to do those. The reason I might not is i kind of like the silver on the door handle and by the shifter. I may just leave those pieces off. One nice thing is the area by the vents, sunroof switch, and HVAC area are all slightly recessed compared to the rest of the dash so I personally think it looks pretty nice and natural. I will take some pics once I get it all done, hopefully on Sunday morning.
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man i hate wood trim make me wanna [IMG]i/expressions/face-icon-small-puke.gif[/IMG]


but I love carbon fiber, that should look awesome nbp
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