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"You've got to fix the nut behind the wheel before you start fixing the bolts on the car"
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The difference in weight between the standard bonnet and a CF one is significant. You don't need to have a race car to get a performance benefit from fitting one either. Weight is the enemy of acceleration. You might be surprised how much sound deadening and stuff is in your car. It depends on what you are looking for from your car.
I'd fit the CF hood and chuck a coat of paint over it (more coats, more weight). If you'd like to see a CF work of art go to www.962c.com
Mates of mine built this. It is a genuine 962 which has been rebuilt from the ground up. Price, close to an Enzo.
yo cain, holy crap man. That 962c KICKS ASS. Ive loved the 962 and 917's for a long time and ive gotta say that is a true honor to the original Porsche's from the 70's that took Le Mans by storm. If i ever get the money i would absolutley love to buy one of those. Get em to paint 962 on the side in black lettering in a white circle.