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Old 13th August 2018, 06:19 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Anyone make an r32 Carbon roof

Unfortunately the shot blasters has damaged the roof on my car, I am now considering all options to repair.

One of which is fitting a carbon roof panel.

I think Nur motorsports used to make one but the now seem to have folded.

Is there anyone else who makes, or anyone have an R32 GT roof I can take a mold from?
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I have found under Suzuki make a very nice dry carbon one for £1600 plus ect.

Still not found anyone in europe
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There are definitely company’s In the uk that do it as Iv seen some of the lads on m3cutters had carbon roofs on their e46. Getting a custom one might be pricey tho.
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You could try 5th Element?

https://www.facebook.com/5thelementcarbon/
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You could try, but as far as my knowledge goes, the Roof is not really thick on an R32, so ending up with a few grams of weight saving for that cost? I don't think it's worth the Trouble.
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They do a carbon roof for the R32.

I'm not sure if you need to buy the full carbon kit that they offer or if you can purchase the items separately
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You could try, but as far as my knowledge goes, the Roof is not really thick on an R32, so ending up with a few grams of weight saving for that cost? I don't think it's worth the Trouble.
I not looking at changing it for weight saving directly but mine is damaged so unless I can find someone to straighten it I would rather replace with carbon than stock
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I have asked them, thanks for the suggestion
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