that looks way better than what I've seen in the past!I had my interior hydrodipped recently. I never liked the look of hydrodip, thought it looked like crap. When I went to the NY auto show tbough, there was a company called underground motorsports there, showing off all their hydrodipping. They did amazing work, I was blown away. They're located in Deer park NY which is only 2 towns over from me, so I checked out their shop, and eventually had them cf dip my interior. Pretty happy with the outcom . I couldn't justify 2000$ for a real cf wrapped interior.
Here's a video of my interior
And here's a video of a bike they hydrodipped.
I think it looks pretty badass.
Hey Brent, a true chrome black is probably limited to the powder coating world, and you may be right about the baking process being a bit too much for the thin plastics, ive seen some intakes and valve covers done before and they come out alright bcuz they are thicker, but on the same token they seem to dull fairly quickly after being washed and exposed to the elements.. If you go look on some of the Hydro websites and look at their films that are for sale, im sure you will find one that would fill your needs, there are some really kick ass patterns and colors available. "TWN", Ozarks", Liquid Concepts" are just a few that stock some cool films. We will be able to order it for you and then apply it to whatever you wish, pete... take a look.I don't think the chrome plastic ducts could handle the heat of powder coating. Thats why I think dipping would be my only option.
It would wear just like paint. The hydro graphic is paint. Then they clear coat over it, wet sand and polish.I'd like to see a video/picture of hydro dipping after several years. Stuff under the hood of a daily driver. Stuff outdoors in the UV of sun an see the wear on the product!
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