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Satin Paint Protection Film (PPF): Installed on a 2017 Porsche 911 Turbo S!


It’s fair to say if you’re dropping the coin required for a highly optioned 2017 Porsche 911 Turbo S that you’re going to want to protect it too. For modern cars, there is nothing that will provide more protection for your paint than wrapping the whole car with paint protection film (only to be trumped by Modesta over a full body paint protection film wrap). And for someone wanting to give their paint a tasteful aftermarket look, there are satin paint protection films which take the color of the car and add a satin sheen to the finish. It is neither matte nor glossy. Satin PPF gives the paint a modern and classy look that is also sure to get the attention of those you zip by on the freeway. For this one, the glossy black pieces were wrapped in glossy PPF to give a subtle contrast.

For this 911 Turbo S, we installed a full body satin paint protection film wrap and tinted the glass with Prestige Film Technology’s Ceraluxe full ceramic window tint. With Ceraluxe ceramic tint, an owner is sure to have incredible protection without worries of the film changing color as it has no dyes. With PPF the paint is protected…with full ceramic window tint, the passengers are protected from elevated radiant heat and harmful UV rays.

On the 991.2 911’s, the ability to wrap behind headlights requires removal of the front bumper to get access to the mounting hardware. We removed the bumper, hood shield/emblem, headlights, side markers, tail lights, disassembled the doors to remove the side mirrors and also removed the side vents to give maximum coverage and protection. This type of wrap gives someone a truly world class end result!

So here she is! A video showing it all off and the images for a better eye on the fit and finish that our clients have come to expect! Thanks for looking everyone!

Source: YouTube

Here she is when we were picking the Turbo S up in our custom Intech car hauler. This trailer is AWESOME. Escape hatch that opens up on the side and the fender is removable! This allows us to pull a car inside, open a door and step right now. No more crawling out windows or banged up door edges for our clients!


A little window into what it means to wrap behind the headlights in a Porsche 991.2 911…

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The fit and finish along with the last picture showing off another 991.2 Turbo S that got a glossy wrap next to his brother from another mother wrapped up in satin PPF!
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Jean-Claude Corcoran
Jean-Claude Corcoran
Detailed Designs Auto Spa
Atlanta, GA

2 comments on Satin Paint Protection Film (PPF): Installed on a 2017 Porsche 911 Turbo S!

  1. Steve K says:

    Beautiful Jean-Claude! Had a chance to see a white Audi wrapped…Amazing! I wonder if my Tundra would look that good…LOL!

  2. A Paint Protection Film is only as good as its installer. Period, end of story. You could have the best film in the world, but if it is installed poorly, such that it blisters, bubbles, and peels prematurely, it won’t do you any good. Now, no install is 100% flawless, but there is a big difference between a professional, quality install and one that’s done quickly and carelessly. So make sure you find a reputable installer, consider how invested they are in the industry, take a look at the work that they’ve done and the reviews they’ve received, and once you’ve found someone you can trust, ask them what film they enjoy installing the most. All of these films act differently during the install process in terms of their flexibility and tack. So an installer who works almost exclusively with XPEL may not accomplish as good of an install with LLumar. Consequently, if you find a reputable installer who works exclusively with SunTek, go with SunTek. And we would say the same for XPEL, LLumar, and 3M. Again, the important thing is that you get a high quality film (as all of these films are) and that you get the best install possible. If you get those two things, then you will get what we’re really after here, which is the peace of mind that comes from knowing your car has the best protection you’ll never see.

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