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|11-12-2018 12:51 PM|
|ShadowWulf369||For precut pieces, you can go directly to Xpel.com and enter in your car info. When I had my daily driver coated, they charged me based on the Xpel precut pricing because they used the routes, even though the material used was Suntek. This will give you a good idea how much the pieces should cost, then find a place with decent labor rates. For my BMW 3 series, I paid about $760 total for all front faces, including headlights and mirrors. This was in Waukesha WI. Hope that helps others with figuring out what the job should cost.|
|11-12-2018 10:36 AM|
|James33||Any updates on this thread?|
|08-01-2018 12:09 PM|
I'm interested in a local PDX option as well.
I had called 503 motoring and they want $400 for just the rockers, and that does only include the application of new xpel film.
Removal of the current clear bra would be on top of that.
|08-01-2018 11:03 AM|
|HRCVF750||I paid $3000 for a full wrap of my 2011 Exige S260 F.E. ... I believe what you want done should be under a $1000|
|07-30-2018 04:35 PM|
|Spirit_R||I had mine done a few years ago for $800. Front clam(everything except above the wheels), access panels, and rockers.|
|07-30-2018 02:36 PM|
|Mobius97||Agreed....over twice as much as it should be..Seattle area owner.|
|07-30-2018 01:14 PM|
Watched a few YouTube vids and did mine myself using precut ppf. Did it all for under 400.
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|07-30-2018 01:11 PM|
|fv9||Thanks! That confirms it. Ill be looking eleswhere.|
|07-30-2018 12:50 PM|
|SS Lotus Elise||$950 for mine (most of front clam, mirrors, rocker panels) and they did a great job.|
|07-30-2018 12:10 PM|
|Kubera||Local shop in my area charges $800 for front clam, $2500 is way too much...|
|07-30-2018 11:44 AM|
Cost to clear bra 05 Elise? Portland, OR
I am looking to apply a quality clear bra to my 05 Elise in Portland, OR. What should I look to spend? 503 Motoring quoted $2500 for the front clam, mirrors and rear rockers. I know they do excellent work and use top grade materials, but that seems high. Any input in appreciated.