Porsche does it routinely .......they look GREAT......would look amazing on the 12c especially in WHITE.....how would it look?
Same as the car - volcano red. ThanksWhat colour do you want to have for the slates?
(I think I can give you an idea with the help of Photoshop)
Do the slats help channel airflow or just for esthetics?.......did u notify dealer what happenedAndrew the slats should be easy to paint as they are individually stuck on! How do i know??? one fell off when i was washing the car: Super glue has a multitude of uses
Esthetics as the HS bumper dosent need them!! And no point as it was just 1 slat that didnt have enough glue,i dont get hung up about these things ,who knows it could have been my heavy handed cleaning technique???Do the slats help channel airflow or just for esthetics?.......did u notify dealer what happened
I saw some prototype carbon ones at McLaren SF last week and they looked great. I believe MAcarbon (a forum sponsor) is doing them.I quite like the idea of doing them in carbon.
I thought the idea was good,but in practice it does not work imoNot so hot IMHO if my photoshoppery is anything to go by, too fussy:
Yes that doesn't look like how I envisaged it...still think that there has to be a way of making the front a little more aggressive...Not so hot IMHO if my photoshoppery is anything to go by, too fussy:
Im not in to Carbon ( but nice well done good job )As promised, here are the pics of the CF slats that are being marketed by MACarbon. I'm extremely happy with the results. They did a great job of matching the factory carbon fiber weave and an interesting side benefit is that having the CF slats makes the CF splitter more noticeable than with the black slats.
Parts cost was around $2100. I'm sure than is much cheaper than having MSO supply them.