Factory Effex Carbon Fiber Sheets

Factory Effex Carbon Fiber Sheets
Factory Effex Carbon Fiber Sheets

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18 Reviews
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kenny
virginia each
Quality

these are great for protecting your fork tues from rock chips

crfanatic007 Verified Purchaser
Georgia, USA
Good buy

i was expecting these sheets to be a little bit thicker, like a graphic kit, and i was also thinking they would have a "believable" carbon fiber look, but they are really just thin sheets of vinyl ,(just like your truck graphics), with a black and whitish "checkered" pattern. Good buy, not disappointed , just not exactly what i was expecting.

CRFX2 Verified Purchaser
TX
Quality product

This product looks good , but it takes some time and effort to make
these stickers look good on anything not square or flat. Overall satisfied.

RMrider
Richardton, ND
Great Buy!

I bought these and didn't really know what to do with them, but i got them anyway because I love carbon fiber. They don't look exactly like carbon fiber up close, but are still great. They are ideal for fork wraps, as that is what I used them for, and still have alot left over!

RedRiderJ8 Top 1000 Contributor Verified Purchaser
Sandy, Oregon
Nice for accents

I used this product on various places on my bike to give it some nice accents. It looked very nice. Adhesive worked just fine. No pictures because the plastics were replaced following a major head on collision.

Rando Top 250 Contributor
Chicago , IL.
Awsome !

Worked well , looks great !

Christian86
Eau Claire, WI
Nice!

These vinyl stickers are great! They're nice and thick. Very sturdy. I haven't put them on yet, but they'll look great once I do. What an easy way to customize your ride! Thanks.

Gitboxman1134 Top 250 Contributor
Longview,TX
Good Backgrounds

I used this as backgrounds for my air box and lower fork protectors. They're basically the same as any other number backgrounds. They stick good and conformed to the shapes well. My only gripe would be that they're a little pricey, but they do add some bling factor.

WoodsRider1
Pewaukee, Wisconsin
Real Looking

This stuff looks like real carbon fiber only problem is that if you do not take a round object and roll it while you put the sheets on you get a lot of air bubbles. Looks really good makes a old bike with no graphics look amazing.

Highlander Top 25 Contributor
Kailua, Hawaii
GREAT DURABILITY AND FINISH

THE FAUX CARBON LOOKS PRETTY GOOD. IT'S VERY DURABLE AND EASY TO WORK WITH. I RECOMMEND THIS PRODUCT FOR COSMETIC REASONS.

ynot

great for around the gas tank

Honda250R
CANT BEAT IT WITH A BAT

If you are going towards that custom look this is the way to go i used them as backrounds on black plastics with black numbers the look is unexplainable in words...........get out your exacto knife and go to work

motokev
Chester,NY
There great!!!!

These factory effect carbon fiber sheets are great and cheap and the best part is that you can put them anywhere and they don't scatch or peal which is great for a dir hard rider like me.

HIbikeguy Top 250 Contributor
Hawaii
This thing is nice

the thing looks really real, you can customized your bike as your liking.

CAOTIC07er Top 250 Contributor
Raymond, NH
Very Durable

I bought a few sheets of this to protect some plastics like the tank and side plastics from scratches. it sticks well on the sides but on the tank, get some spray adhesive and give it a coat before you apply because the heat will make it bubble out. other than that, sticks real good and it's thick stuff. 2 pkgs. will do quite a bit if it's going on your bike. easily cuts with scissors or exacto.

Cody47 Top 250 Contributor
Folsom CA
Looks good

Looks more like carbon fiber than other brands. Sticks well.

josh Top 1000 Contributor
Hanford, CA
Nice

Its a real nice product if you have a scratch or you just want to have that cool look of carbon fiber i would recommend this to everyone.

03LTZ400 Top 500 Contributor
WI
Cool

awesome. its nice to cover up radiator shrouds, making custom warning decal covers, and a lot of other things. stick really well and if you use a squeegee to put them on there is no air bubbles.
Great Product!

3 Questions
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robdog
Q: Will it work on the gas tank or just bubble up?
Over 6 years ago
Plastic tank. 2 stroke
james718
MotoSport Staff Expert
Over 6 years ago Location: USA
A: I don't recommend using this on the gas tank. It will bubble up with out a doubt.
Gitboxman1134
Top 500 Contributor Top 250 Contributor
Over 6 years ago Location: Longview,TX
A: Most tank graphics I've seen were perferated to help prevent the bubbling. I bet these would bubble. That doesn't mean You couldn't use them on your tank though.
gacmoney
Q: How many sheets come in 1 order?
Over 7 years ago
that would be alot for 1 sheet.
james718
MotoSport Staff Expert
Over 7 years ago Location: Portland, OR
A: Includes two 12"x18" sheets per package.
Gitboxman1134
Top 500 Contributor Top 250 Contributor
Over 6 years ago Location: Longview,TX
A: It comes with 2 big sheets.
RMrider
Over 3 years ago Location: Richardton, ND
A: There are two 18x12 sheets. I wrapped my forks with it and used just over half.
RMrider
Over 3 years ago Location: Richardton, ND
A: There are two 18x12" sheets. I did my forks with them and used just over half of it.
rstangl
Location: elk grove
Q: Is it heat resistent, can you put it on a 4 stroke muffler?
Over 7 years ago
james718
MotoSport Staff Expert
Over 7 years ago Location: Portland, OR
A: These decals are made of vinyl and I wouldn't recommend putting them on any part of the bike that gets hot, such as exhaust. These are generally put on the airbox, side panels, etc.
Gitboxman1134
Top 250 Contributor Top 500 Contributor
Over 6 years ago Location: Longview,TX
A: They're not heat resisitant, I would suggest using them on hot areas of your bike.
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