I have their Urban Camo kit on my SnoPro. Their kits are a quality vinyl that holds up well to the elements. I do recommend their install kit, or at least the application fluid. I've done decal installs with the soap/water trick, and found the application fluid to be easier to use. It allowed for more time to place the graphics. I also talked to Jordan via email before I ordered my kit, and he was more than helpful in helping me clear some things up. I would certainly do business with him again!
Sweet. Yeah Im looking at the urban camo but I don't like the Cat Heads.[Disappointed] They look pretty badass on your snopro though. You can't really see them from where the picture was taken. Any closups? How do you think the orange/black/white urban would look on my sled with the Trickpaint beak job?
I also have the Urban camo. As Quinlan said I would also get their fluid with your kit, much easier of an install then without it. I free handed mine and it turned out alright, but the fluid would have saved me some of the headache of getting it all lined up.
The kit looks pretty cool on your fusion. That catheads don't look too bad afterall. When you view the decals up close on their site the cat heads look bigger then they are. Im definitely going to consider the urban camo in orange. They have a lot of cool kits for the new sleds[!] Damn that's a NICE photoshop job. It kind of looks like there is a little more white then what i'd like.
I think it would be cool if you could have Jordan substitute some sort of skulls similar to the one on your beak instead of the cat heads. That way it would tie your custom paint into the graphics better. Just a thought. And the white in the graphics will pop with the white on your skis nicely, IMO.
Did you guys put your graphics kit on by hand>?Im thinking of getting a sledwrap for my sno pro as well, but Im not very good at putting stuff on completely straight or bubble free etc....
And im not really sure who would be a good idea to do it for me
Just wondering what your thoughts are
I've been looking around for wraps but I dont think I could pay that much for them... considering it probably costs the company like $5 to make it. I found some on HMK for $250, the cheapest price i could find. The other thing is that my sled is red and there would probably be red outlines where the decal separates.  They do look awesome though, probably the best way to improve the looks of a sled.
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