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    Carbon fiber

    Shop doing my trim flooded and had to relocate. From the photos though, I think it'll be worth the wait!

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    I like it a lot. Any idea what it would cost for just the two center console pieces to be done in that same CF? I love how it looks like the E36 M3 LTW CF weave with the red strand woven through...

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    Also, I hope I remember how to put all the vents back together. I took photos as I disassembled, but that was a couple 1000 photos ago

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    Im interested, whats the pricing like?

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    So the vents are same plastic, only surface is cf.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Remotion View Post
    So the vents are same plastic, only surface is cf.
    Everything is OEM parts wrapped in CF. And yes, we didn't wrap what wasn't visible. I wasn't after weight savings here, just some interior bling (and strength to the switch surrounds).

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    Quote Originally Posted by DiqueTico View Post
    Im interested, whats the pricing like?
    Checking with Matt. He did those two pieces many months ago; he does recall it being a big PITA around all the switch openings. The red thread stuff is giving him a lot more trouble than the standard weaves.
    Last edited by s8ilver; 10-11-2016 at 04:08 PM.
    Nathan in Denver

    1999 M Roadster, VFE V3 S/C, Randy Forbes Reinforced, Hardtop, H&R/Bilstein, Apex PS-7, Supersprint
    1999 Z3 2.8 Coupe, 1 of 2, Manual Swapped, M Suspension & Brakes, M54B30 Manifold, Style 68's

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    $350-400 for both pieces done, depending on weave chosen. The red thread CF has a higher material cost and is tougher to work with, thus commands the higher price.
    Last edited by s8ilver; 10-12-2016 at 01:54 PM.
    Nathan in Denver

    1999 M Roadster, VFE V3 S/C, Randy Forbes Reinforced, Hardtop, H&R/Bilstein, Apex PS-7, Supersprint
    1999 Z3 2.8 Coupe, 1 of 2, Manual Swapped, M Suspension & Brakes, M54B30 Manifold, Style 68's

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