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Old 04-29-2004, 02:45 PM   #11
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Bras are good ifdo aqlot of moven, but otherwise thy are for the ladies!
unless you are trying to hide some flaws! I think on a smooth car they just don't go, exept it looks good on black!
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what if you our missing paint on the bumber
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what if you our missing paint on the bumber
Sure, I got mine to try and get a more sporty and personalized look to my car. It is also covering some flaws in the paint.

It'* all up to you whether or not to get one. If you think it will look better with one than with whatever imperfections the car has now.. go for it. If your not sure just hunt around for pictures with them on cars like yours and see if it looks like something you want. Me, personally, like haveing mine on my car, but if I had a new car I wouldn't put one on it.
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I got one, but use it for long trips. Collects bugs excellent!
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is it good for high speed trips on highways fot the stone damage
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Yea. I got the full bra that covers my whole nose and that works well.
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Bras are not good for paint. If you use them for long trips or short durations, you are good to go...but leave 'em on for awhile and the paint will begin to deteriorate. Water can collect under a bra as well as dirt and other fun stuff.

If you really want protection and have the $$$, why not get a 'clear' bra? 3M makes a clear protectant that I have on a couple of our BMWs and its awesome stuff. We've had one 'invisi-shield' on a M5 for 5 years now and it has not hurt the paint nor has it faded the paint.
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Sounds like Shield Pro to me.

How many times have I posted this now? www.shieldpro.com
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Sounds like Shield Pro to me.

How many times have I posted this now? www.shieldpro.com
Thats the stuff. Thanks Jim
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Ive had min on for two years and i havnt took it off once until last week. Looks the same as when i put it on. No discoloration just the same chips that where there before. I only have a half broa though.
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