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Old Mar 5, 2013, 12:21 AM
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How much vinyl is needed to fully wrap an Evo IX?

I'm going to be getting Hexis vinyl, and it's 5ft wide and sold in 11 yard, 22 yard, and 33 yard lengths.

A 22 yard roll has 66 feet of vinyl total x5 ft wide yielding 330sq/ft. I figure the 22 yard roll will be good for a full wrap, yes? If not call me an idiot and tell me otherwise haha.
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Old Mar 7, 2013, 03:55 AM
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The Wrapping is the best application available for the cars now a days. It is the large vinyl decal for the car. It is directly applied over the original paint of the car. This application allows us to protection for the paint, change the colour, for using stickers and also many other new applications for our car.I made my car wrapped with black coloured and with gold coloured stripes in it with it. It is looking nice and by this there is no damage exists for the original paint. I think it is not a loss expense. I made my car wrapped with Wraps101, they provided the best quality for affordable price.


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Most cars can be done with a 25yrd roll with enough scrap if you need to redo a large panel twice. Film use comes down to being smart about how much film you cut off the roll. Try to think of it like cutting cookies, fit as many pieces into the smallest area possible.
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Old Mar 12, 2013, 10:20 PM
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Can anyone confirm that 5 x 75 is the amount needed to wrap the Evo 9?
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I just did a buddy's 3000gt with 60' with plenty left to spare. I can't imagine that 75' wont be enough.

FYI he got his on black friday from VVivid for like 240$ for the 60' roll
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Very good and cheap way to change color 👍
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