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Roadster carbon fiber door sills back in stock?

dhrivnak

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Jan 8, 2011
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I've got a friend who does racing steering wheels and aftermarket parts for BMW's all in CF. He's been doing it for years and is very successful. He offered to help me with it by doing the molds and then producing the parts.

Since CF is an art to get it right, I was going to let someone else with extensive experience do the work.

I just need to find pictures of the TESLA ones close up and different angles, or even better the actual ones we can mold,

Anyone has time for pics? and send them to jfischer at fischer.net.

Once I get mine done and paid for all the tooling and molds, etc...we can sell to the group. I just want to get the two molds/tooling costs back if a few more people buy them...

I just want to make sure its a quality product and will works as expected.

I've heard too many horror stories about bad CF dealing with parts never showing up...etc

CarbonOne user, from Chicago, who has since been banned comes to mind on this forum....
Pictures per your request
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