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Old 01-11-2011, 10:57 PM   #1
Nachos23 @
Join Date: Nov 2010
Location: Brampton, ON, Canada
Posts: 211
My Ride: 2004 330Xi
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Post Carbon-Effects Wrapping Price List

I've been getting alot of requests to post prices of my more popular items.

These are most common parts I'm wrapping, but don't hesitate to inquire if your part is not listed!!

More details and pictures are available on my website @ Updates weekly.

Prices include return shipping, insurance and tracking. All products ship Canada Post Expedited Parcel unless other arrangements are made.

Average delivery is 4-6 days to the US.



"BMW" Valve cover $180
Fuel Rail cover $140
Stock BMW intake $90
Stock BMW ECU cover $110
Cabin Air filter cover $150
Shift surround plate $ 80
Interior trim set $380 (8 piece set; coupe, sedan or vert)
Centre Console $180
Seat Surrounds $240 for the pair.


1. Glove box trim $60
2. Shifter Surround $80
3. ECU/Fuse cover $110

Some of the parts I'll be wrapping shortly and add to my wrapping list (client shipped parts from California this week):
- HPF AA M3 Intake manifold
- Radiator intake cover
- Xenon light cover
- Expansion tank cover
- HPF AA M3 Intake tube
- HPF AA Ram Air intake

Multiple piece discounts are also available. PM or email me at: for further details or with specific wrapping requests.

A couple of ways the members can get their parts wrapped.

1. Ship parts to me, I wrap and return ship.
2. Core Exchange Option (most popluar) If the part is one I have demand for, I often have stock OE parts for e46 and e36 models that have been sent in through Core Exchange Option. With this option, the member orders and pays for the wrapping, but instead of shipping their parts to be wrapped, I wrap a stock OE part that has been shipped from a previous wrap. Once the parts are ready to ship, the member then removes their part(s) and we cross-ship. Their stock OE parts become part of my inventory awaiting the next member that wants that part done and the cycle continues.
3. Buy the parts outright and keep your original set. Just pay the additional cost for the core (which I get for excellent prices through local BMW parters) and the client keeps their original parts.

Watch for updates as I begin to wrap a complete Honda CBR600 cowling set for a local Superbike race team. That should be starting in about 2 weeks.



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