I guess it depends on how hard one is going to drive the car during the occasional track day...that may clarify whether PS4s would still be appropriate, or whether an owner should have a better dedicated track day wheel/tire setup.
Just coated mine yesterday. Was concerned coating the matte finish, but went ahead and coated as others noted it would make the matte glossy. No problem…just made slightly darker/deeper.
First time coating all exterior plastic trim, but that worked well for me.
I agree, which is why I purchased mine without HP as well. My primary thought in having numbers is simply knowing that difference on a track.
My thought as well and my only potential change is for the wider wheels and track tire.
I have already done mine as well....hardest part was pulling off the trim ring without breaking.
I would be interested in seeing how to "de-pin" a connector. I know how to do on others, but could figure out on this particular connector with the tool I had.
I've been happy with a non-HP version, and am looking forward to taking it out on the track this summer. My only change over time may be the HP style wheels...simply to have a second set of wheels.
From what I have seen so far, most "non competitive" drivers are not going to care in a couple...
Gave it a try over the weekend, and was only successful (or happy) with headlights, but couldn’t get the mirrors to lay down correctly, so I didn’t even try the hood.
I think it would have been easier to try a bulk material vs a precut. Maybe I’ll give that a try on one of my other vehicles...
I received the precut material, and hope to find time in the next week to apply. After looking over the car and watching a number of YouTube videos, looks like I’ll apply in this order (easiest first)….headlights, mirrors, then front portion of the hood.
I agree these are easy and quick, but they are not water proof / resistant. Unfortunately, I have seen these cut the wire almost in half when using.
Found this out the hard way when we moved from the States to England for three years. A local shop used these to splice into the existing...