Official Raptor R PPF Thread

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keep it glossy, the truck looks perfect as is. ppf is the way to go if your planning on rubbing on some bushes or cacti.. i think the ceramic coating prices are crazy high, but also many shops are including paint correction into these prices.. it takes less than 3 hours to install a ceramic coating yourself.

the matte oxford white looks cool too, but i think glossy contrasted against the black tuxedo black parts looks best.. good job on graphic delete too. awesome truck.
 
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keep it glossy, the truck looks perfect as is. ppf is the way to go if your planning on rubbing on some bushes or cacti.. i think the ceramic coating prices are crazy high, but also many shops are including paint correction into these prices.. it takes less than 3 hours to install a ceramic coating yourself.

the matte oxford white looks cool too, but i think glossy contrasted against the black tuxedo black parts looks best.. good job on graphic delete too. awesome truck.
Thanks man; appreciate the feedback!

Ya a friend of mine owns a full service detail shop that has a PPF, Tint and paint facility as well. I keep my vehicles at his shop, he maintains them weekly and hooks me up on pricing with everything I decide to do so that’s not an issue.

Just trying to get everyone’s feedback on the matte vs glossy PPF vs just keeping it paint and adding ceramic to the whole truck.
 

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If it was mine I would go gloss on white. Either XPEL Ultimate or ceramic, or both. I would imagine your buddy could wrap a section of each for testing ultimate or stealth.
 

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X pel stealth looks good, but not worth the $8-$10k, especially since you will need to replace it in 3-4 years depending where you live.

Where does this happen? I’m in MN.. never any issues on my cars in the long haul. Obviously ymmv but just curious.
 
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