I was building the Tamiya Williams F1 car, and needed to carbon fiber many areas. I bought a sheet of carbon fiber decals (brand not to be mentioned) and it was junk- the stuff just would not adhere.
I had just gotten a shipment from MicroMark of decal paper. I scanned the image from the store-bought decals and made my own using the Micromark paper. It is great.
I have used this paper before, but only for simple numbers that I didn't have to wrap around compound curves, so I was amazed at how well this stuff works! It easily stretches to conform, yet is very strong- you can even pat surface after using micro-sol!
And the adhesion is great- in fact be sure they are on straight before they dry, 'cause only way to get them off is to sand them off.
I used micro-set below and on top of decals, followed by micro-sol.
I have no connection to MM or whoever makes the paper for them, but I intend to use their decal paper from now on. Great stuff!