Our wraps are printed on air release adhesive backed vinyl and coated in a clear protective overlaminate. These are ideal for most any race car or trailer.
These are sold in pairs. You'll recieve one piece as shown along with an identical reversed version for the opposite side. See below for more information.
No, the RaceGraphics.com logo is called a watermark and is only on the preview shown on the site. This is to prevent unauthorized copies of our wraps. Your wrap will not contain our logo.
The checkerboard box represents transparency or in other words the checkerboard represents the areas where the color of your car would be visible.
The size shown is the overall size as measured in the orientation shown on the preview above. Many of our wraps are cut to shape and measure differently depending on what direction your measure them.
Our vinyl is an air release calendared vinyl. The laminate and vinyl are manufacturer rated for 6 years sustained outdoor use. This will vary wildly such as the condition of the surface the vinyl is applied to along with the exposure to sun. This particular combination of wrap vinyl and laminate we sell is intended specifically for use on race cars and trailers. This is not nessecarily the ideal choice for actual vehicle wraps. By using a lower grade film we can sell wraps much cheaper than an equivalent cast vinyl/laminate combination but look just as good.
Most race wraps don't survive an entire season (sometimes a single race) so we feel this vinyl is a perfect candidate for racing graphics.
The cast vinyl upgrade we will produce your wrap on premium 3751RA vinyl wrap film and coat it with 290 cast laminate. This is a real wrap/laminate combination like you would use on any long term wrap. This combination is great if you are wrapping an actual vehicle or trailer and intend on keeping the wrap applied for a significant amount of time (years). This film is rated for 8 years sustained outdoors when applied properly.
We also recommend upgrading to cast grade film if you are working with extremely tight curves such as that found on legend cars and some sprints. These types of curves can be worked around easier with true cast film rather than calendared.
Installing a wrap can be intimidating if you have never done it. Surpsingly on something like a trailer, dirt late model or modified it is actually pretty easy. The panels are mostly flat and the vinyl will release most air bubbles. We have found most people can install wraps without any issue on flat or semi flat surfaces.
Installation becomes more difficult when you attempt something like the rear of a sprint or quarter midget. In this case it may require a heat gun or hair dryer to work the vinyl slowly around the tight curves.
Yes, although all of the vinyl we use is considered permanent by industry standards, you will be able to remove it. It may require a little bit of heat to weaken the adhesive. Keep in mind if you have a non factory paint job it is possible you could damage your paint while removing the vinyl, attempt at your own risk.
Most of our wraps are identifed by the dominant color on the wrap such as 'vandal yellow'. Although if you actually look at the wrap it will have shades of yellow and blend into other colors. We use industry standard printing practices to replicate colors in our art files. So when we print a wrap it will be the correct color, however, it will likely not match exactly what you see on your computer screen. Screens display colors differently and for that reason if you absolutely need to see the color before you purchase you can request a small sample from us. We will not replace wraps for reasons such as the color not arriving as you intended.
We cannot offer these wraps in other colors.