Burn outs

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  1. chuck

    chuck Gold Member Hellcat Car Club Gold Supporting Member HCC National President HCC Charter Member

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    I would like to know what people are doing to protect there car from the rubber when burn outs are being done I know rubber will be sticking to your car and fixed for this . Thanks for any info
     
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    Pam, big can in trunk
     
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    chuck Gold Member Hellcat Car Club Gold Supporting Member HCC National President HCC Charter Member

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    Thanks guess this has no effect on your paint
     
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    Wash it off on the way home from track. You need to do the rear of fender liners also and underneath paint
     
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    Thanks B5 you always got good info
     
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    I do it every week and it works
     
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    Thanks brother I'm want to be ready
     
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    No burnout yet as I have exactly 495 miles on her :cool:,,, However, I'm ready as I have my ZL1 rock guards installed ( front and back) and 3M Pro Series film installed yesterday behind the front and rear rock guards. More for rock chips but will help keep rubber off the car as well I would think or that rock kicked up when doing a burnout. FYI, the bra film is hard to see, I processed the photo to make the line show up better. I am very happy with the 3M product and shop that did the work.


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    That looks good what does this cost and what city and state in located in Tn really dont know anyone that does this but I have heard of it my car is pitch black so dont think this would even be noticed on my car. I seen some cars with clear bra also my problem might be finding some one to do this . I'm in the country not close to any big city's there is a body shop not far from me guess that's who installs this is that right. But currious about cost thanks for info
     
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    Rock guards rear from ZL1 but if you do drag radials get the Mopar ones as they are wider. ZL1 okay for stock tires
     
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    I installed the rock guards myself. I have mixed feeling between the Mopar brand and the ZL1, The ZL1 is thinner and less noticeable IMO but the Mopar is bigger and from what people say may offer more protection.

    I had the bra film installed in Charleston SC. $700 for 1/2 hood, front bumper, both mirrors and front and back behind all wheels.
    You can search for an installer via my links below . I have a link for 3M and Xpel but you have several more manufactures of film you may want to search. Most all film manufactures website will show dealers in your area. FYI, I drove about 90 miles each way to save $400 and use a shop with great online reviews.
    I hate rock chips so this is cheap insurance as IMO it is not if you will get a rock chip its when. I had a small windshield chip at 300 miles! The design of that area behind the wheels on a Challenger requires at a minimum rock guards.

    3M link Where to Buy 3M Paint Protection Film

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    Thanks B5 good info
     
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    chuck Gold Member Hellcat Car Club Gold Supporting Member HCC National President HCC Charter Member

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    Thanks for the info very helpful to me and other members thanks soundman
     
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    I did a product called Flightshield. Had 3 guys do the car in a day. It was guaranteed to be harder than the factory paint. I buy a gallon jug from the detailer and a bag full of microfiber towels.. $90 a gallon. Everything wipes off. All bugs , tar. rubber I was told the car needs not a washing again. There isn't a acid rain spot on it anywhere, and I can clean the exterior in 20 minutes. I'm very happy with this product.
    FWIW., I'm sold. I, have no affiliation with the company. Thay asked me to do my car for their Facebook benefit. I do love the product.
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    That sounds great ill look into it thanks
     

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