This is our super cool Slimy Grimy Green Golf Car Wrap.
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Special Thanks to Eli Duque who said:
Hi there, I placed the order back on the 22 of February, under the name of Eli Duque. Yeah I know it took a little while to get it done it was one of thous weekend projects. The cart is a EZGO 1999 so its a 12 year old cart which now thanks to you guys and the wrap product the cart looks brand new. I appreciate the help and advice I received from you and the step by step application process instructions. even when I had doubts about something, all I did was call you up and you guided me threw it. The product was a lot easier to work with than I thought it would be, the product is very forgiving, I was able to set it and pull it off and reset it till I was happy with the placement of the wrap, I also noticed that using my heat gun made it that much easier. My biggest fear was the whole bubbling thing under the wrap but to my surprise the product some how allows you to squeegee out the bubbles with eases till they disappeared. In all I was amazed on how well it all turned out, and best of all its something that can be done at your own pace and in your own garage. This is one product that I would recommend and am recommending as I tell everyone who’s see my cart.
Thanks again for all the help,
This is Mike Burke’s 1985 BMW K100 with our Blue-Black Flame wrap applied on it. Mike is a very meticulous guy who wanted a different look for his BMW. He contacted us with a special request flame wrap that we had to design for him. Each panel of this BMW was measured by Mike & he told us which sheet of ours that he wanted to use. With a bit of time and effort we edited the sheets to meet his requirements & provided proofs prior to production just to be sure he was getting what he wanted.
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Mike’s Personal Comments:
First I would like to thanks the staff of Power Sports Wraps for the time they spent to altering the standard pattern to fit the specific dimensions of my vehicle. I also must confess that I did not install the graphic on the upper fairing, I paid a professional for that part as I had been working on this for 2 weeks and simply wanted it to be finished. Except for the gas tank, I installed the graphic without assistance on the rest of the bike. With that experience in mind, I do not recommend trying to do this alone unless the parts are securely held during the application. Patients is a requirement as it can take several hours to complete a single piece depending on the complexity of the part being covered. My bike had some white spray paint on a few of the surfaces. This created an adhesion problem. After encountering this issue, I used a green scrubbing pad and removed some of the white paint. This seems t o have reduced the tendency of the vinyl to lift the paint off the surface during the application process. Four pieces of black vinyl have been installed on what will be the horizontal surfaces. Be careful with these inside angles, if the vinyl is stretched too much, it may not adhere to the surface, creating the appearance of a bubble. It took me about 12 tries to figure out how to cover this area properly, (I’m probably just a slow learner).The front fender had its own challenge. I ended up with excessive vinyl overlapping near the midpoint of the fender. I decided to solve this by cutting and overlapping where the front fork would hide the fix. Then I removed the patterned vinyl and covered the area with black vinyl.Since I was working alone, I chose to remove the backing of the vinyl sheet only as it became necessary during the application.
The gas tank was also a problem. Perhaps if I had more helpers, (or more experience), it would have turned out differently. I had to make a cut and overlap on the side of the tank. Not very noticeable in the pic, but I may cover it with a narrow piece of black eventually.
I did try using the black vinyl for the mirrors, but in the end decided to go with a can of spray paint and some rubbing compound. Eleven separate parts were covered with vinyl, and there are some small defects in the surface, (even of the piece I paid for), but none of the defects are obvious to the casual observer. In fact, the worst are in places not visible to a standing observer. I am quite pleased with the results. Mike Burke
In the illustration of the tank you can see what the customer started with.
THIS IS HOW TO DO IT:
Take a 1/4″ roll of strip and outline the area you would like to cover with the wrapping film. Make sure to exceed the are you would like to cover by a minimum of 3/16″ due to shrink back.
Next apply the wrap over top of the stripe exceeding the edge by over 1″. Now you can see where the stripe is through the film by looking at the defined edge of the 1/4″ strip under the wrap.
Just take a razor blade & carefully cut to the edge of the stripe around the entire border. Peel excess film and zing…. you have the flames cut to shape on the surface of the tank or fender.
Now if you would like you can peel the 1/4″ strip and relay it again over the wrapping film by just a hair or you can leave what you did and start representing for PowerSportsWraps.com.
Just think how much you just saved by doing it your self…
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PowerSportsWraps newest creations is the flame series wraps for golf cars. Why paint your golf cart a solid color when you can apply this custom golf car flame wrap for less than $375.00. You will have a hard time finding a body shop who will be willing to paint your golf car a solid color for that kind of money. Why not do it your self and have a golf cart that stands out from all others. We specialize in custom do it your self vinyl wraps for all types of power sports equipment. Golf cart wraps & decals are one of our specialties why shop some where else when you can buy direct.
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Here it is
This was a fairly easy install, following the directions given in the video on the website. I will point out that we prepped the body surface wiping with denatured alcohol . We laid out our pieces on the cart before hand to see where coverage was not complete, cut pieces accordingly from areas of extra, and used those pieces in the incomplete areas. When ordering my wrap I requested an extra piece to cover the front of the roof. My roof was a different surface than the cart surface (more like a slick plastic surface). Because of this I sprayed it with Krylon Fusion and let dry over night before applying wrap (this was just for the roof!!) Once all pieces were cut, we peeled backing from one edge to the center, applied beginning at the center working to one edge and then to the other squeegeeing from the center out. As contact was made with the surface we heated with a hair dryer (lightly/medium heat), which made the wrap flexible and easy to adjust (especially on body contours and seams). If using the flame wrap like this one, try to plan your seams where the flame pattern is fairly jagged and you will not be able to see the seam. That’s it!!
(Hint: If your seams show a small white edge, you can take a fine point sharpie and color the edge. Also, be sure on the front to put lower filler pieces (above wheels) so top piece overlaps bottom piece.)
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