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ClearPlex or Not...?

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Recently bought a 2020 Huracan EVO - all wheel drive. Haven't driven much, as I had been waiting to get it 100% wrapped in Xpel and windows tinted, that's finally all done and have been able to put those first few hundred miles on it.

I'm considering putting ClearPlex on the windshield...minimal cost of around $500, no big deal. The question is to do it or not. I am completely OCD about my vehicles (wouldn;t even drive the EVO until fully wrapped to keep paint perfect). I certainly like the idea of windshield protection from rocks and road debris. Have read many negative reviews on less than perfectly clear, once you do get a few minor rock hits it dimples and looks horrible and vision through it gets worse and worse. I understand it may only "last" a couple years and then need replaced, I'm fine with that...just not sure whether to do it or not.

Any real world experience and input is appreciated.
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Get it. You will have peace of mind and you can replace it when it gets old. I have it on all my cars and it is cheap enough and can be replaced. Even if it prevents even one rock chip it is worth it.
 

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I just figured if my window gets chipped I will use my window insurance protect on my State Farm policy. I am OCD about my glass, has to be perfect and I would be worried it would have small imperfections is I ClearPlexed it which would drive me nuts.
The issue is if you have to respond the windshield your insurance company will more than likely find a cheap replacement rather than oem and that works forever both me... just saying.
 

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There is a new product that just became available that I had installed on my windshield last week it's made by a company called Stek it is far superior and clearer than anything on the market currently. I have clear plex on all my other vehicles and this is by far a much better film. I will get some pics...
 

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Dynoflex is what you want. It is the newer version and goes on like PPF and lasts much longer and is much more durable. It was just recently released and I added it to both Lambos to be sure that they are protected. Much better than clearplex or other offerings.
 

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I would also like to know, and is it something you could do yourself?
No idea on the install and if you can do it yourself. I know it is a tricky install as the shop that installed it the first time had to redo it the first time as they did not quite nail the install the 1st time around. Price per windshield is quoted between $500 and $600. I hope this helps.
 
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