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It seems the orange peel effect is more towards the black outs Spec V's. My Spec V is siver and it's hard to tell, but my brothers is extremely noticable. Same with those swirls on the paint.
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welcome to the wonderful world of automated car manufacturing. ie: orange peel. its a robot that paints the cars now. since nissan like most other builders no longer use dupont paint fixing orange peel is only done by a new paintjob... (bummer) but the swirls can most likely be buffed out (assuming they are swirl scratches) with clear coat polish, showcar glaze and a really good carnauba wax. after some time and work some of the orange peel will be less noticeable. but remember that the more you high speed buff the more you take off.. to be carefull not to burn or strip the paintoff the car.
 
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