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post #1 of 25 Old 07-19-2010, 01:39 AM Thread Starter
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We would like to introduce you to a few of the many parts we supply. Our parts are made with real carbon fiber lamination by our in house specialists. We carry the most finest pieces of carbon fiber. Can't seem to find what you are looking for, or have an idea but aren't sure. Give us a call or shoot us a private message and we will be more that happy to custom make it for you. The quality of our parts will speak for themselves.

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Thanks for sharing that with us!! It is just my personal taste but I think carbon fiber interior/exterior accessories went out of style with the Gen 4 Camaro. I had it in my 1998 Camaro Convertible. It was actually quite tacky to be honest. Feel free to jump all over me but I don't say any of this to put you down. It is just my general consensus of carbon fiber products on automobiles.

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is this hydrocarbon, or true carbon fiber molded parts?

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Carbon looks badass but too much can be a little tacky.

I like the stuff you got, just don't know how much I can take on one car!
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Here are some pics of the carbon fiber all over my 1998 Camaro Convertible. I bought the car used and it came this way. A little over the top in my opinion. Well, two of them are of the car itself (I miss it so much), but the other two show the carbon all over the interior.
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that looks more like the cheap carbon fiber "simulation" stick on stuff.

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that looks more like the cheap carbon fiber "simulation" stick on stuff.
The stuff on my '98? You are probably right. It was all over my door panels, all over my cigarette lighter, inside my driver information center, and on my window and mirror adjustment area. It was even on the letters CAMARO imprinted along the trunk, which was fading badly due to the sun. Too much. That car was also only a V6. Too much car (weight) for the 3800 to handle. Strong motor, just not enough HP and torque for such a big car.

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Thanks fo your input guys.
Their is a big difference between real carbon fiber lamination, hydrocarbon and the adhesive carbon fiber. We offer both real carbon fiber lamination and hydro-carbon. Real carbon fiber lamination is handcrafting an actual OEM part with real carbon fiber. The process takes much longer and requires alot of detail. Carbon fiber lamination will not fade, rub off, warp or peel. We use OEM parts so you can count on the perfect fit.

Hydrocarbon is a step down from real carbon fiber. At times it may be mistaken for real carbon fiber as it tends to look similar from a distance. The process for hydrocarbon is much faster than the real carbon fiber lamination. Hydrocarbon is a short process that consists of dipping your part. The formula used for hydrocarbon is a water based film that will give you that nice finish for a fraction of the price.


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Thanks fo your input guys.
Their is a big difference between real carbon fiber lamination, hydrocarbon and the adhesive carbon fiber. We offer both real carbon fiber lamination and hydro-carbon. Real carbon fiber lamination is handcrafting an actual OEM part with real carbon fiber. The process takes much longer and requires alot of detail. Carbon fiber lamination will not fade, rub off, warp or peel. We use OEM parts so you can count on the perfect fit.

Hydrocarbon is a step down from real carbon fiber. At times it may be mistaken for real carbon fiber as it tends to look similar from a distance. The process for hydrocarbon is much faster than the real carbon fiber lamination. Hydrocarbon is a short process that consists of dipping your part. The formula used for hydrocarbon is a water based film that will give you that nice finish for a fraction of the price.


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Your products do look amazing, please do not misunderstand me OP. I'm just letting you know my experience with either hydro or real carbon fiber. I think the look you suggest in moderation would look great at any show or meet. Personally I'm just not a fan of carbon fiber. I'd prefer pieces of my car being fiber glass, but that is just me.

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No Misunderstanding! We all have different taste and are entitled to our own opinions. Please keep us in mind. We do fiberglass paint to match as well.





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Your products do look amazing, please do not misunderstand me OP. I'm just letting you know my experience with either hydro or real carbon fiber. I think the look you suggest in moderation would look great at any show or meet. Personally I'm just not a fan of carbon fiber. I'd prefer pieces of my car being fiber glass, but that is just me.
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