planning to change stock hood cover and rear spoiler with carbon fiber ones...

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Asked by Nov 10, 2009 at 01:39 AM about the Honda Civic

Question type: Car Customization

planning to change hood cover and spoiler into carbon fiber...any design ideas? coz im planning to customize them...

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one thing you should do for sure is take it to a body shop and get it sprayed with clear coat and UV protector. your carbon fiber panels will last longer and not fade color

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i was thinking bout doing that...thanks tho man...

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You're planning on customizing the parts, as in layup your own carbon? I'd recommend against this unless you got an oven big enough to cook prepreg parts in for the better surface finish.

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i had them custom-made and fitted...i dont have the resources to build my own cf panels...

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