Do you plan to Ceramic Coat your new GT500?

Discussion in 'Shelby GT500 Mustang' started by Bangarang, Oct 30, 2019.

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Do you plan to Ceramic Coat your new GT500?

Poll closed Nov 6, 2019.
  1. Yes

    75.9%
  2. No

    10.3%
  3. Still Debating it

    13.8%
  1. Schwerin

    Schwerin Well-Known Member

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    Xpel says themselves its no maintenance. There is a spray they occasionally recommend, but that's also if there is no ceramic on top. its just Spray on then wipe off. If 5-10 minutes of work is "full detail level" of work for you. I don't know what to say.
     
  2. JR369

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    I've lived with a full ceramic coat on my R for a year now. She still looks new, wet and mirror. Washing and detailing much easier as well. The hard shell does a great job at repelling pebbles that have been thrown straight at it on the road. Some have been very cringe worthy when viewing in the cockpit. I get out and inspect it to see that there's "nothing to see here". However, if you're follow a rock truck then you'll win stupid prizes. If I were to get a GT500, which is a possibility in a year or two, I'd have it paint corrected and ceramic coated asap and that's all. Drive on.
     
  3. protraxduner

    protraxduner Well-Known Member

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    Ceramic for me, entertained PPF on the nose but honestly it won't see a ton miles or any real track duty. No doubt PPF will provide the better protection from debris, but the Optics and shine from Ceramic is just better than PPF.
     
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