Last post on Dec 13, 2009 at 5:16 PM
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Infiniti G35, Coupe, Sedan
#42 of 51 Re: Infiniti G35 - Clear Plastic Bra [zekeman1]
Feb 27, 2008 (1:43 pm)
The dealer here had it on their demo car and was recommending it to me if I purchased one. They didn't say who made it, but it was an obvious clear bra (car was red) that I saw immediately upon looking at the car. I'm sure it's worth it, but they wanted $650 to install it.
#43 of 51 Installation time
Mar 15, 2008 (9:23 am)
I was told by one dealer in Long Island NY that the installation of the Clear Bra would take two full days, claiming they want the film to adhere properly. Is this the normal timeframe to install? I was wondering if some of you could share your opinions on this. - Thanks
#44 of 51 Re: Installation time [jortuno]
Mar 15, 2008 (11:31 am)
Mine was done one morning along with window tinting and picked it up in the afternoon. Depends on how much coverage you have - maybe they're just being over cautious.
#45 of 51 Re: Installation time [zekeman1]
Mar 15, 2008 (1:42 pm)
Thanks Z, The two days was for the following: Fender Wings, Hood and Front Bumper. To me two days to install these seems a bit long.
#46 of 51 Re: Installation time [jortuno]
Mar 15, 2008 (1:53 pm)
I had those done plus the backs of both mirrors - I think they're being extra cautious. You might check to see how long they've been in business/experience level. Place I took mine does very high end cars (Ferrari, Lamborghini, etc), so I figured they knew what they're doing.
#47 of 51 re: clear bra or Armorcoat?
Mar 27, 2009 (7:40 pm)
We now have a choice of the traditional clear bra or Armorcoat paint protection which is a spray on clear coat. The advantage of the armorcoat is that the line at the edge of the hood is not noticeable and when anything hits the bumper or hood, it doesn't leave a mark or tear as it does with the clear bra. The cost is about the same for both. You can look it up on line to get more info and even see a video of it's application.
#48 of 51 just installed in BK
Jul 01, 2009 (5:48 pm)
I just had mine installed today in BK, in boro park. I have a black BMW 3 series. I bought the front precut online from invisiblemask.com, bumper only, and had Audio Depot install their own bumper protector on the back. They claimed they used Llumar and that it has a clear coat, but there is a noticeable difference in the shine. The invisimask material i got from invisiblemask.com was much shinier and looked like it wasnt there, but the one they used was dull. Also, they didnt line up the kit too well, and left a couple of big bubbles. The cost of installation was $150 for the back, and $100 for the front. The kit was $150 from invisiblemask.com. There is another installer who seemed very professional at the Sunoco gas station on 65th st and 8th avenue, named Danny, and he guaranteed his work, but he charged $100 more and only used 3M, scotchguard. If i had known the Audio depot quality was so much worse, i would have gone with him. I am going to recommend my friend to him and see how that turns out. btw, Invisiblemask.com didnt respond to any emails or send my kit until i opened a dispute with American express, 1 week later.
#50 of 51 Re: Invisible Mask [strangeman]
Dec 13, 2009 (5:12 pm)
I tried to work with these guys. They would not send me the complete order and would not talk to me on the phone. Had to dispute the order to get my money back. Very hard to work with. Use another product.
#51 of 51 Don't use Invisible Mask!
Dec 13, 2009 (5:16 pm)
These guys would not complete the order and refused to talk to me on the phone. The rear bumper kit was not worth the money. The hardest internet store I have ever worked with. Go with someone else.