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Old 05-24-2009, 03:22 PM   #1
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DSVcustoms - Carbon Kevlar (Colored) door panels

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Here is another item we just finished for those people that want colored carbon fiber (Kevlar).

This is Red Carbon Kevlar on a door panel. The lighting does change the colors a tad (yes we will offer the trim modeling that wraps around the dash)...

We have new products coming out every week so keep an eye on it. (pricing is coming)








We are still working on the full leather doors so it will be a few more days on that.
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Old 05-24-2009, 03:24 PM   #2
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Old 05-24-2009, 03:25 PM   #3
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omg that is AWESOME!!!!!


My 1ss wont be here till December or so but this, or a different color you may offer in the future, will be purchased for my car--definitely...
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Old 05-24-2009, 04:05 PM   #4
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that looks real nice than the plan 1s they have out now
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Old 05-24-2009, 04:25 PM   #5
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You bastards! Stop, just stop! Ok... keep going! That looks AWESOME, what other colors are you planning for the carbon kevlar?

Looks awesome, I look forward to draining my savings account in your honor!
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Old 05-24-2009, 04:40 PM   #6
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Old 05-24-2009, 07:27 PM   #7
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I would LOVE to see a white version of this.
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Old 05-24-2009, 08:15 PM   #8
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Nice! Depending on the color I'd consider these.
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sweet bullet proof doors lol
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Old 05-24-2009, 08:58 PM   #10
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I would imagine you could purchase any Kevlar/carbon/fiber/whatever sheet you wanted and send it to them with your order and it could be made, for an extra fee im sure. Search the internet, there are tons of options.

Here is some white
http://compositeenvisions.com/raw-fa...a088b10cf14bea

Call me crazy but im digging this orange...
http://compositeenvisions.com/raw-fa...5-5oz-380.html


This would look pretty cool too
http://compositeenvisions.com/raw-fa...5-5oz-392.html

So many possibilities, is this an option DSV?

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sweet i can drive out in the Hood with these door panels and feel safe


cool looking door panels


Waiting for pics of the leather
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I would imagine you could purchase any Kevlar/carbon/fiber/whatever sheet you wanted and send it to them with your order and it could be made, for an extra fee im sure. Search the internet, there are tons of options.

Here is some white
http://compositeenvisions.com/raw-fa...a088b10cf14bea

Call me crazy but im digging this orange...
http://compositeenvisions.com/raw-fa...5-5oz-380.html

This orange one too
http://compositeenvisions.com/rigid-...twill-227.html

Is this possible DSV?
i'm diggin that orange too
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Old 05-24-2009, 09:12 PM   #13
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sweet i can drive out in the Hood with these door panels and feel safe


cool looking door panels


Waiting for pics of the leather

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Old 05-24-2009, 09:25 PM   #14
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Seems like a lot of people like colored Kevlar. We would be happy to do blue/white/orange/etc color Kevlars for custom orders. Just let us know what you want to order.
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I wonder what the blue would look like with the ambient blue lighting?

You guys are putting out some sweet stuff! keep it coming!!
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Seems like a lot of people like colored Kevlar. We would be happy to do blue/white/orange/etc color Kevlars for custom orders. Just let us know what you want to order.
Thats great Indpowr. I am pretty sure I will go with something like the orange on orange carbon/kevlar seen here, http://compositeenvisions.com/raw-fa...5-5oz-380.html.

This concept drawing gives the look i think it will replicate, plus my 1SS is SIM (trim inside window)
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of topic but how is it to work with this? i have never used carbon fiber but i have done a good amount of fiberglass work is it much different

i'm thinking i might want to mess around with it and see what i can do
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of topic but how is it to work with this? i have never used carbon fiber but i have done a good amount of fiberglass work is it much different

i'm thinking i might want to mess around with it and see what i can do
to my knowledge it is done the same way. Just need a good vacuum pump and you should be good to go. I would try it but I know I would mess it up.
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indpower you still didnt state in your last post how these inserts are removed an installed. Do you have to remove the door panel? Are they clipped in, plastic weld, etc.

Please let us know
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to my knowledge it is done the same way. Just need a good vacuum pump and you should be good to go. I would try it but I know I would mess it up.
lol thanks bro, i was hoping that was all that there would be involved, i'll just figure out a way to hook up a a/c vacuum pump up to work for this or something and give it a try some day lol
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indpower you still didnt state in your last post how these inserts are removed an installed. Do you have to remove the door panel? Are they clipped in, plastic weld, etc.

Please let us know
well as far as i can tell the door panel is off in those pics, so i would say you need to remove them
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Lets see something in a blue please.
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Old 05-24-2009, 11:29 PM   #24
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Lets see something in a blue please.
Our Sema car (coming in next week) is ABM so you should see a lot of blue..

As far as the panel I will get with you in a little bit
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Our Sema car (coming in next week) is ABM so you should see a lot of blue..

As far as the panel I will get with you in a little bit

sweet, i can't wait to see what yall do

yall are turning out some really nice products

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