Formerly WYD OPN
No. I'll be buying some, though. (I don't sell stuff very often. I'm an MV hoarder. LOL.)Selling them?
I don't know yet. I still have those questions myself posed to HRH Corse online.Is that done with a digital printer...or is it a wrap?
My thoughts exactly, but they seem to possibly be a new Marchesini product. My English inquiries have brought no response from the Italians as of yet.water immersion printing, water transfer printing, water dip printing, hydrographics, hydroillusions, cubic printing are all names of the same technique. If Marchesini did this from the factory i would think their website would mention something about it, no?
That's interesting. I wonder why it has taken until now to have someone do this process on a set of Marchis.I've spoken to a mate of myn how does this hydro dipping process and he saids it's easly done well for him anyway lol and said he can do any wheel and can even give it a Matt finish and fraction of the cost
That's interesting. I wonder why it has taken until now to have someone do this process on a set of Marchis.
Ha. I'm always the last to know. LOL.Probably because nobody wanted to get shot down for adding weight to a lovely light set of wheels Blake. The immersion dipping process is all over Google though.
I think that's probably a fairly broad stroke of the brush to compare this process on wheels to every cheap-a** faux carbon fiber-look part on the internet. Many of them are some kind of applique or plastic product, etc.Ive seen my local motorcycle shop offer this Coat to practically and part. IMHO i think it looks like crap. its like those ebay things that say CARBON FIBER look/style lol. not worth it im my opinion. but give it a shot you may enjoy the look.