I've been debating rvinyl, but as I read their reviews, I'm starting to have doubts. Pre-cut sounds good, but I think that actually adds to difficulty in installation.RVinyl has a precut kit for the 15+ cars I am just on the fence about trying it.
Sorry about the disappointment with the pre-cut rvinyl kit, and thanks for the heads up about it. Maybe if you get on their case you can get a refund.The kit got here in about 4 days, and that was the only real positive. The pieces do not fully cover, leaving a distinct border exposed, and the cut on the two pieces I actually tried to use was off, mainly the arc of the corner curves. The woodgrain had a nice natural look to it, I really hoped that it would work out, but it didnt. With the complex curves on the console and dash pieces, paying for a quality hydrodip is probably a better solution.
Kit arrived in 4 days. Packaged very well. The product is not a vinyl decal, nor is it a hard plastic; it is a soft plastic. The wood pattern and finish looked good, but when I went to test-fit the product, I noticed considerable gaps that would reveal the matrix pattern of the OEM dash and console. I know once attached, the overlays would lightly stretch, but I think the gap would still be easily visible. At one corner of the console overlay, I noticed it was pointy whereas the console pattern was curved. The price was good and I liked the looks of the kit, but the test-fit shows me the completed product will be a disapointment, at least to me - I'll always notice the imperfections. I'm returning the kit.I ended up ordering a hard (plastic) kit from ebay as opposed to the vinyl decal: DASH TRIM PREMIUM KIT 25 PCS FITS DODGE CHALLENGER 2015-UP (DODCHA-15B) | eBay
I'll let you know how it goes...
It wouldn't be that bad if I wasn't going for an Old School look, but I didn't think the matrix-dotted gaps would look good next to the wood tones.The fit on the vilyl kit was bad, but not that bad. Sorry it didnt work out. I am still leaning towards hydrodipping, even if I have to buy a $100 kit and do it myself. I still have a console trim piece here from my old '12 that I can use for practice.