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Old 07-28-2009, 08:50 AM   #1
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Carbon Fiber overlay?

Anyone know who can do something like this? I am looking to wet overlay a plastic fairing that keeps cracking, hoping this will make it stronger, any ideas or suggestions?
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Old 07-28-2009, 08:58 AM   #2
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Hey Tim, I watch the motogp race with a guy, Kevin, you might know. He drag races a red zx-14 pretty seriously. He has a buddy that does custom carbon fiber work; we happened to have been talking about it.

I don't recall his screen name. Does the bike description ring a bell for you?

JMac will know his name, they are buddies. I'll ping him.

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Tim, his name is Liberator on the board.
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Thanks Curt, I know him a little, talked a few times, his bike is very nicely done, he seems cool, I will contact him, thanks again, btw did U get your shirt/cap? lmk if U want me to handle it
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Anyone know who can do something like this? I am looking to wet overlay a plastic fairing that keeps cracking, hoping this will make it stronger, any ideas or suggestions?
This stuff is very good Tim but may look unsightly!!
It will stop it cracking further and can be drilled/sanded etc when dry.
You'd normally use it to repair panels prior to painting
just a thought

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Not quite yet. It's on my list of things to do!
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This stuff is very good Tim but may look unsightly!!
It will stop it cracking further and can be drilled/sanded etc when dry.
You'd normally use it to repair panels prior to painting
just a thought

http://www.qbond.net/pg_1/pg_1.htm
Morning old man, I was hoping for something that would be strong and look nice, I think they can just dip a piece of cf material in the resin and lay it on top of the existing piece and kinda laminate it together and trim and wrap around? but not really sure
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Not quite yet. It's on my list of things to do!
I can order it for U if U like? no biggie, btw I pm,d Kevin, doesent look like he gets on here too much, hopefully he will see it, thanks
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I can order it for U if U like? no biggie, btw I pm,d Kevin, doesent look like he gets on here too much, hopefully he will see it, thanks
I'll get you his mobile number.
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Mobile number PM'd.
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Did you ever condiser using black fiberglass for this project? Looks like carbon fiber, but a lot cheaper. GL with the repair.
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Money is not a huge issue, I just want it perfect, its for my Bimota
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Morning old man, I was hoping for something that would be strong and look nice, I think they can just dip a piece of cf material in the resin and lay it on top of the existing piece and kinda laminate it together and trim and wrap around? but not really sure
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