Played With Some Black Reflective Vinyl And My Old Helmet

MrJoel

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MrJoel

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That's pretty cool though man! Going to do it on the new lid?
I've got a video up of the rear reflective design I did on that. Looks pretty good but I might redo it in black reflective... I really want to wrap the rims this winter but it's kinda expensive to do it in one piece. Might do a printed reflective for that??? I don't know.
 
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I've got a video up of the rear reflective design I did on that. Looks pretty good but I might redo it in black reflective... I really want to wrap the rims this winter but it's kinda expensive to do it in one piece. Might do a printed reflective for that??? I don't know.
The rim edge or the entire thing?
 

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Dang! To be fair I've never seen the entire wheel done just the rim edging, tried to find a google picture but not having much luck. Don't suppose you got any?
 

MrJoel

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Never seen it done either, except in my mind right now. It's about $200 worth of material to do it right, $50 if I wait for a job that has big enough scraps. Swing arm, rear hugger, rear fairing...it would all look good. This film lols really good in regular lighting, almost a satin black. Throw some satin Autumn orange decals on there and it would look pretty hot in the light and sick at night when reflecting
 
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Never seen it done either, except in my mind right now. It's about $200 worth of material to do it right, $50 if I wait for a job that has big enough scraps. Swing arm, rear hugger, rear fairing...it would all look good. This film lols really good in regular lighting, almost a satin black. Throw some satin Autumn orange decals on there and it would look pretty hot in the light and sick at night when reflecting
If you do it take a ton of pictures and send them my way, interested to see how it turns out! You could get a thinner strips and use it as a border of the rest of the bike like this;

 

MrJoel

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If you do it take a ton of pictures and send them my way, interested to see how it turns out! You could get a thinner strips and use it as a border of the rest of the bike like this;

Our shop truck is "tron-Ed out" like that and I've seen it on some high end cars but they generally don't look real good in the daylight. Printing on reflective is relatively new in the industry so the colors are mismatched.

I did see a red car that was fully wrapped in red reflective in France maybe. It looked horrible in the daylight but kinda insane at night! The conformability and repositionability of 3M's 680 series has changed the game quite a bit. I'll keep everyone posted as to new ideas I have while finishing up this project ;)
 
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MrJoel

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Our shop truck is "tron-Ed out" like that and I've seen it on some high end cars but they generally don't look real good in the daylight. Printing on reflective is relatively new in the industry so the colors are mismatched.

I did see a red car that was fully wrapped in red reflective in France maybe. It looked horrible in the daylight but kinda insane at night! The conformability and repositionability of 3M's 680 series has changed the game quite a bit. I'll keep everyone posted as to new ideas I have while finishing up this project ;)
 

MrJoel

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Very nice! do you or have you thought of taking custom orders?
I have not, simply for the fact that I have no time left in my normal day, or week. I have two little guys with Down syndrome, a full time job and am going to seminary. What little time I have left I want to inspire people to try things they thought might be too hard to do by themselves.
 

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I have not, simply for the fact that I have no time left in my normal day, or week. I have two little guys with Down syndrome, a full time job and am going to seminary. What little time I have left I want to inspire people to try things they thought might be too hard to do by themselves.
ok. maybe not then. Cheers for the love there Mr Joel and hang in there.
 
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