3M Carbon Fiber DI-NOC Now Available In 9 Different Colors/Finishes

Previously we’ve only made the black carbon fiber material from 3M’s DI-NOC series available for sale. We actually have 9 different color/finishes of carbon fiber vinyl available from 3M:\r\n


  • CA-418 – Silver
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  • CA-419 – White
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  • CA-420 – Graphite/Gunmetal
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  • CA-421 – Black
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  • CA-1170 (Aka 421GN) – Gloss Black
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  • CA-422 – Light pewter
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  • CA-423 – Dark pewter
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  • CA-424 – Brown
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  • CA-5429 – Semi-Gloss Red
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\r\nTake a look at the lineup:\r\n\r\n3M DI-NOC CA-421 Black 3M DI-NOC CA-421GN Gloss Black 3M DI-NOC CA-420 Graphite 3M DI-NOC CA-418 Silver 3M DI-NOC CA-419 White 3M DI-NOC CA-5429 Semi-Gloss Red 3M DI-NOC CA-422 Light Pewter 3M DI-NOC CA-423 Dark Pewter 3M DI-NOC CA-424 Brown\r\n\r\nTo get a better idea of how each colors looks, especially when reflecting light, watch the below video we made showing all of the colors (does not include CA-421GN or CA-5429):\r\n

\r\n\r\nEven though some of the colors actually cost us more money, we’re price matching all colors to our current pricing.  You’ll find that no matter what color you purchase, it’s all the same price!\r\n\r\nPlease note that the CA-419, CA-419, and CA-422, CA-1170, and CA-5429 (silver/white/light pewter/gloss black/semi-gloss red) don’t have the same outdoor durability testing from 3M as the other darker colors, and don’t have the same expected outdoor durability of 4 years.  With that in mind, we haven’t heard any issues from customers yet, and for applications like show cars or garaged cars where they won’t be under the sun too much we don’t expect many issues.  In fact in a recent trip to London we saw this Porsche Cayenne outside of Harrod’s with white 3M carbon fiber DI-NOC…looked amazing!\r\n\r\n

Porsche Cayenne with white carbon fiber 3M DI-NOC


Porsche Cayenne with white carbon fiber 3M DI-NOC

\r\nIt’s barely noticeable from further away, but up close you can see the carbon fiber pattern.  I really love that subtle look.\r\n\r\nTo order any of the new colors, simply click the buy now button and you’ll be forward over to our parent site at Carbon Fiber Gear.  From there, simply choose the size and color you need.  We are still offering 4″x8″ samples of all colors for just $8 shipped if you want to get an idea how it looks in person.\r\n\r\nAs always, if you have any questions, feel free to contact us or reply in the comments.

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  • rwilly

    I am wanting to cover the aero kit on my 1998 Mercedes C280 Front Spolier,Side skirts and rear skirt. How much extra should I add to the measurements so tha I will have sufficent amount of material to cover it all. I dont want to get started and end up short and the car looks half assed. Thanks

  • If you add 2 inches to each side, that should be a safe number as long as your measurements are accurate.

  • Cube

    Does this film stick well to non glossy metal painted surfaces?\n\nhttp://www.pcgameshardware.com/screenshots/medium/2009/08/PCGH_PC_Games_Hardware_Corsair_Obsidian_800D_review_26.jpg\n\nDoes the gloss black carbon fiber scratch more easy than the Matte black?

  • As long as the surface is smooth, it should not be a problem. But always worth testing just in case.\n\nScratch resistance is about the same either way based on our own experience.

  • Rick

    2000 Toyota Tundra sr5 2d v8. Need amount that you would use in a kit for interior-Gloss black

  • Rick – You will need to measure the panels you want to wrap in order to figure out the amount neeeded.

  • Mikecarr

    How much would I need for my side view mirrors

  • Always measure to be sure, but a 12″ x 48″ should do the trick.

  • akrueger

    need black for my brothers 2008 g35 inside trim. How much do i need for that?

  • You will need to measure the panels you want to wrap in order to figure out the amount needed. Most trim is done with either the 4 sq/ft, 8 sq/ft or 12 sq/ft size depending on the amount and size of the trim.

  • earl

    Is this stuff water proof. Like to cover abs plastic cracks

  • I would not use it as a guaranteed method to prevent moisture from going in the crack, though it may work.

  • Eric15

    Im wanting to use this on a air intake & radiator shroud for a car. Is this ok to use with the engine heat close? Approximetly how big of a piece should I order?

  • The material can certainly take on heat, but the extent of what’s officially tested can be read about in our FAQ. I can’t imagine for those areas there being an issue though. When in doubt, always test first. As for size, you’ll need to simply measure the areas.

  • jake

    Hi I have a ford f150 with a “pod” over4 the pickup bed, can you supply a sheet od carbon fibre that is 2m wide and 3m long please?

  • Schell

    I want to do carbon fiber door handles on my Chevy. I want a gold look like my Chevy bow tie is in. Suggestions?

  • You can do the matte black on the door and likely the dark or light pewter would be the closest match to the bow tie.

  • The material is now made that wide, so it would not be possible without splicing two pieces together.

  • Bruce

    Will u ever have carbon kevlar??

  • Wendy

    How hard is this to get off and would it mess up the paint on a car?

  • Please see our FAQ (http://www.carbonfiberfilm.com/faq/) for removal information.

  • Joe

    Could this stick to a car rim? With the heat and break dust