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A carbon fiber center console would be cool along with a pillars and instrument cluster bezel... I bet that would be extremely pricey though
cool idea, i like
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If you could do an engine cover for the Mazda 6 i4 engine..depending on how it came out I'd be interested


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yea. me also. feathercarbon is supposed to be doing some. but ive been trying to call them for the past week. and now there phone is disconnected. so i dunno how likely thats going to be. he was charging $160 + shipping. if your guy can do about that. id def be willing to order one up.


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If you could do an engine cover for the Mazda 6 i4 engine..depending on how it came out I'd be interested


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Everyone should read, whether you're in the market for carbon fiber today or not, the "How to buy carbon fiber" post on G3's Facebook page:

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Ya a engine cover piece for the 4i would be great.


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Not to sound like a ass but. do they use the plastic as a mold. Then they make the cf part. So you get a real cf part and not just a cr wrap?


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Not to sound like a ass but. do they use the plastic as a mold. Then they make the cf part. So you get a real cf part and not just a cr wrap?


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He wraps existing parts in real carbon as well as creates new molds that are 100% carbon fiber.
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