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Carbon Repair and Restoration

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KyleR    1,579

Can I get a quote?

 

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:lol:

 

 

 

 

Whats the process, Ray, sand it down and re-lacquer?

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Wasso    2,218

:lol: restoration not resurrection

 

That's knackered, I'd throw that away Dave :lol:

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What am I a miracle worker? :lol:

 

The process varies depending on its conditions.

Sometimes I use injection and pressure to re-inject some resin in some difficult places. Sanding down and lacquer only works on some surface damage. The danger of sanding back is that you have a high chance of damaging the actual fibres.

The pic above was an example of peeling back the layers to a clean edge using a surgical knife before applying a new clear coat.

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HaydnH    687

Is there anything that can be done to improve the look of the weave? I've never been completely happy with the CS rear difuser on mine where you can clearly see lines where the fibers change direction. :(

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Dave-350    274

Is there anything that can be done to improve the look of the weave? I've never been completely happy with the CS rear difuser on mine where you can clearly see lines where the fibers change direction. :(

 

No.

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