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Anybody out there actually bought the superbee interior door panels/ conversion kit from MPSC. I've seen some of the DIY project but not one with the conversion yet. Are the headliner and pillars also dark grey as well?

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Yea, thats probably my only complaint about the Daytona is there were NO options of interior color changes.
 

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Well, for all that would be interested in painting, I would recomend "Krylon FUSION for plastics". I've done mine about 2 weeks ago and no scratches yet. You can merely try scartching the paint off with your fingernails and nothing will come off; feels like it's the plastic itself that has the color.

I used a total of 4 cans of "Satin Black" Krylon Fusion and about 2 1/2 cans of Duplicolor Clear Coat. About $45.00 to include a can of Paint Thinner to prep/wipe the material.

There are Dye spray cans out there that you can buy also, I never worked with Dye though, so i can't tell you anything about it...
 

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Well, for all that would be interested in painting, I would recomend "Krylon FUSION for plastics". I've done mine about 2 weeks ago and no scratches yet. You can merely try scartching the paint off with your fingernails and nothing will come off; feels like it's the plastic itself that has the color.

I used a total of 4 cans of "Satin Black" Krylon Fusion and about 2 1/2 cans of Duplicolor Clear Coat. About $45.00 to include a can of Paint Thinner to prep/wipe the material.

There are Dye spray cans out there that you can buy also, I never worked with Dye though, so i can't tell you anything about it...
It's hard to beat Krylon... all of their products perform well for their intended medias. I have used the plastic stuff for non-car applications and it works great.
 

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Personally, I'll be happy with the lower door panels, scuff plates and lower dash panels just not being beige anymore. The rear shelf, pillars and headliner I'm not too concerned about.
 

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With the R&T interior it shouldn't be too bad. Around $420 for the pieces
from MSC plus dying the dash edge and lower door panels. As soon as I
can find someone to do the dying and get a decent quote I'll start getting
all the parts together for the install.

I'll probably do it in pieces, 1st the scuff plates, b pillar and trim, then the
lower dash, then the door panels.
 

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I plan to do it as well. Some of the parts will come from MPSC but the door panels I will have to do myself when I have a few days off work. I also need the cash, so expect me to start doing this in about 6 weeks or so. I'll keep ya posted with pics.
 

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I plan to do it as well. Some of the parts will come from MPSC but the door panels I will have to do myself when I have a few days off work. I also need the cash, so expect me to start doing this in about 6 weeks or so. I'll keep ya posted with pics.

I said I was gonna stop modding......but I can't. It's between either this or sways. Decisions....decisions
 

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Just as a reference, the headliner and pillars in the Bee are light grey...


Not great pics but enough to show the color of the pillars. The headliner is the same color.
-J
 
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