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Old 05-04-2014, 06:36 PM   #1
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~ G5 Carbon Parts Official Buy Thread ~

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G5 Carbon Product Line

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Note: Parts listed below with * are in the process of pulling molds, so we don't have pictures for them yet.



Note: All replacement parts below are made from REAL CARBON FIBER! NOTHING here is WRAPPED, LAMINATED or HYDRODIPPED!

1LE Parts
  • 2013 Front Splitter: $880
  • *2014 Front Splitter: $880


ZL1 Parts
  • *Engine Cover: $820
  • *Front Splitter: $1,260
  • *Fog Light Pods: $500
  • 2012-13 Rear Diffuser: $1,060
  • 2012-13 Rear Spoiler: $580
  • 2012-14 Rockers: $1,260
  • *2014 Rear Diffuser: $1,060

Z/28 Parts
UPDATE: [6-19-2014] We will be getting these parts in next for the molding process - Prices Pending
  • *Z/28 Rear Spoiler: - Price Pending
  • *Z/28 Rear Diffuser: - Price Pending
  • *Z/28 Flares: - Price Pending
  • *Z/28 Rockers: - Price Pending
  • *Z/28 Splitter: - Price Pending


Generic Parts
UPDATE: [6-1-2014] We will be getting these parts in next for the molding process - Prices Pending
  • *Carbon Fiber Roof Inlay : $1,200
  • *Dry Carbon Roof: $3,200
  • 2010-14 Cooling Plate: $420
  • *2014 Carbon Hood: $1,200
  • *2014 Dry Carbon Hood: $2,200
  • *2014 Carbon Trunk: $880
  • *2014 Dry Carbon Fiber Trunk: $1,830
  • *2014 SS Hood Grille - Price Pending
  • *2014 Lower Grille - Price Pending
  • *Trunk Filler Panels - Price Pending
  • *Rear View Mirrors - Price Pending

The difference between dry carbon fiber and standard carbon fiber (wet) is answered in the FAQ, which is further down the page.

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  • $155 - Hoods, Rockers, Front Splitters, Trunks, Roofs
  • $145 - Rear Diffusers
  • $85 - Engine Cover
  • $65 - Spoilers
  • $50 - Cooling Plate
  • $30 - Fog Light Pods





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Who is G5 Carbon?


G5 Carbon is composed of the three Moreno brothers, Nathan (22) attending UCSD, Justin (21) attending UCSD, and Seth (18) senior high school student.
We started G5 Carbon as a natural out-growth of building our own personal project "G5.R" which will be debuting in the Derale booth at SEMA 2014.

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What was the genesis of G5.R?


In December of 2011 we created a thread called "Project cleaning Up The Clutter In Our Engine Bay". The thread would be a place where members with the same goal could share ideas. For the folks familiar with the thread, the running joke became "heater hoses", as they were the catalyst for the snow ball effect on our two and a half year and counting project G5.R ......... heater hoses . We weren't happy with the way GM routed the heater hoses in the 2010-11 model. Currently with over 300,000 views, it has become the most viewed thread in the V8 section and a great resource for current and future members. Twice, it has been posted on Camaro5's home page. All this is due in no short order to the combined effort of many members who have freely given their time, ideas and advice.

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How did G5 Carbon get started?


One of the goals for G5.R was to eliminate as much weight as possible. At 2012 PRI (Performance Racing Industry) show, we ran across the Seibon booth and fell in love with their 100% Dry carbon hoods, which we implemented into our project. We then approached them and asked if we were to supply them the ZL1 rear spoiler, diffuser, rockers and 1LE splitter, could they make molds and replicate those parts for us. So these CF parts were initially just for our own personal project.

Once we posted pictures on our build thread, other members started making requests if we could make the parts available to the rest of the community. We figured... why not?

Our product line has grown as a result of two factors.

With the introduction of the Z/28, we decided to scrap the idea of using the ZL1 components on G5.R and recreate the 2014 Z/28 components out of CF since they are more track oriented parts. This meant we would also have to get the 2014 hood and trunk as GM redesigned them in 2014.

Secondly, we had members ask if we could also do the ZL1 front splitter, fog light pods and hood so that they could have a complete package. We also had the 2014 ZL1 owners request if we could do the 2014 ZL1 rear diffuser and spoiler and we listened.

In short, we are Camaro enthusiasts trying to pay it forward as a token of our appreciation for all the help we've gotten from other members on this great forum on our own personal project.




Who is Seibon?


Seibon is one of the largest suppliers of automotive aftermarket carbon fiber parts. Their SEMA booth is one of the largest each year. For this year, they are planning on displaying an even larger booth!

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Do you have parts in stock?


All parts are built to order.




What is the estimated ETA?


Current estimated ETA is 16 weeks. We will notify you once the parts are ready to ship and will provide you with a tracking number.




Does it take 16 weeks to make the part?


No, it takes less than a week. The reason for the long ETA is Seibon makes parts for many makes and models. They are consistently filling orders for parts being purchased and paid for. When they receive our POs (Purchase Orders), they have to schedule it in with all their other back-ordered POs. Based on the current back log of orders, ETA's are estimated at 16 weeks.



Is there any way to reduce the wait time?


We tried ordering and prepaying for parts so that we would have them on inventory for you guys. Unfortunately, based on how Seibon currently handles back orders, making parts just for us would mean the POs from actual customers would just push those further out just to make parts for our future potential customers. Hopefully this will change down the road.

All we can say is the sooner you place your PO, the quicker you'll receive it.




Can you make these parts in different color carbon fiber?


The parts only come in the traditional carbon fiber color. If you desire, you can easily re-clear them and add a little color to the clear to tint the carbon whatever color you'd like.



How competitively price are these parts? Is there a reason they cost what they cost?


Actually, the price is one of the best feature of our products! As an example, our rear spoiler's MSRP is $580. Some of our competitor's are as much as $800 to $900 for their CF spoiler. Also, the quality doesn't compare. We have multiple customers who have both and are now using the competitor's as a paper weight.

Another example of the value of our parts is the Z/28 rear diffuser. The GM plastic version sells in the $800 range. Ours is only a few hundred difference in cost and is 100% carbon fiber.

The last example I'll give is our ZL1 front splitter which is priced at $1,260; our competitor's sells for $1,500.

Hope that helps as our best customers are the educated consumers.



What is the difference between dry carbon and standard carbon fiber (Which is technically wet carbon)?


There is a very large difference between the two, and it comes as a result of the way in which they're constructed to offer differences in the final integrity and weight. Standard carbon fiber is constructed by using a wet lay-up structure, which is very similar to the way fiberglass is laid. In the process, the resins, which structurally bonds the carbon fibers, are laid in separate from the carbon fibers so that they are not distributed completely evenly throughout the carbon fiber product. With Dry Carbon, the resins are pre-impregnated so that fewer are used but are distributed more evenly throughout the product. Because of this a much higher heat and vacuum are necessary for proper curing. Once cured, Dry Carbon has a natural outer coating - another way in which it saves weight over its Wet Carbon brethren. In all, Dry Carbon weights around 75% less as well as much greater structural strength and integrity, making it a vastly superior product on an already great vehicle upgrade.

Here is an ad for a GTR dry carbon trunk as a reference on how competitive our prices are:









Product Gallery
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ZL1 Style Rear Diffuser (fits 2010-13) MSRP: $1060.00
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ZL1 Style Rear Spoiler (fits 2010-13) MSRP: $580.00
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1LE Style Front Splitter (fits 2010-13 SS) MSRP: $880.00
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Cooling Plate MSRP: $420.00







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ZL1 #586's ZL1

Below are pictures of Brian’s, AKA ZL1 #586, beautiful ZL1 sporting our carbon fiber rear spoiler, diffuser and rockers.
In his own words, when asked what he thought after he had the pieces installed, he had described what he saw with two simple words:
"Freaking Beautiful!"












CompulsiveZL1's ZL1






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Thanks guys for posting pictures, we really appreciate it

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Old 05-04-2014, 06:39 PM   #2
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Old 05-04-2014, 07:35 PM   #4
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Old 05-04-2014, 08:33 PM   #5
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G5.R Carbon Pieces now available to the rest of the Camaro5 Community

Nathan. Any pictures of the z28 spoiler? I'm interested in this.
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Old 05-04-2014, 08:43 PM   #6
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Old 05-04-2014, 08:50 PM   #7
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Nathan. Any pictures of the z28 spoiler? I'm interested in this.

Not yet as we are waiting for the first one to come off the mold. We are updating the look of G5.R to the 2014 Z/28 for SEMA. Just know that it wont fit the 2010-13.
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Old 05-04-2014, 09:01 PM   #8
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Looking good Moreno Bros.!

2 questions.

1. Any plans for regular diffuser or 1LE diffuser? I may be mistaken, but wouldn't the ZL1 version require some decently extensive modification to the rear bumper for those of us without a ZL1?

2. Are the carbon roofs full replacements or overlays? Any provision for sunroofs?
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Old 05-04-2014, 10:12 PM   #9
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How about the carbon edition spoiler this time around? I'm begging! And got a pic of the front splitter installed?

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Old 05-05-2014, 01:38 PM   #10
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Nathan,
Does the 2014 SS hood in carbon fiber come with the cutout for the hood vent on the factory hood?
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Old 05-05-2014, 01:54 PM   #11
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Nathan put me down for these parts

1. 2102 -13 ZL1 rear diffuser: $1060
4. 2013 1LE front splitter: $880
5. 2010-14 cooling plate: $420 ( you already have this on order )

And if you have a set I would be interested in the rockers as well

3. 2012-14 ZL1 rockers: $1,260
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Any plans on rear diffuser + spoiler for the 2014 ZL1?
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Do you have an engine cover for the 2010 2LT? If so how much?
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I am highly interested in the carbon fiber roof. My only concern is this going to replace my actual roof. I'm looking for a roof replacement.
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What is required to install ZL1 rear spoiler to my 2010 camaro ss?
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Old 05-07-2014, 01:00 PM   #19
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Looking good Moreno Bros.!

2 questions.

1. Any plans for regular diffuser or 1LE diffuser? I may be mistaken, but wouldn't the ZL1 version require some decently extensive modification to the rear bumper for those of us without a ZL1?

Steve, the ZL1 diffuser does requires some mods to the bumper but not that complicated. Ofer has a template and there some DIY that show you how to do it. We don't see us making a diffuser for the SS. There too much work that goes into make all this happen. Only reason we are even doing it is because we made them for our personal project and we figured we'd make them to the community.

2. Are the carbon roofs full replacements or overlays? Any provision for sunroofs?
We are looking to do a complete replacement as that's what we are using for our project. We are also going to do a inlay versions. Not sure we are going to do a sunroof version.

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How about the carbon edition spoiler this time around? I'm begging! And got a pic of the front splitter installed?

Marc, as nice as this one is, we are not going to be doing it as we just don't have enough time to put all these projects into play. Sorry.

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Does the 2014 SS hood in carbon fiber come with the cutout for the hood vent on the factory hood?
Adam we are doing a exact replica of the 2014 SS hood. I will keep you posted as we are closer to bring it to market.We are also doing the Hood grille. This should be a popular pieces as I heard the Z/28 carbon fiber pieces factory is going to be around $1,500. We should be a fraction of that.

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Nathan put me down for these parts

1. 2102 -13 ZL1 rear diffuser: $1060
4. 2013 1LE front splitter: $880
5. 2010-14 cooling plate: $420 ( you already have this on order )

And if you have a set I would be interested in the rockers as well

3. 2012-14 ZL1 rockers: $1,260
Marty I will send you a PM shortly.

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Any plans on rear diffuser + spoiler for the 2014 ZL1?
We are doing the Z/28 rear spoiler and the ZL1 and Z/28 rear diffuser. I will keep you posted.

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Looks flipping awesome!!!
Thanks!

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Do you have an engine cover for the 2010 2LT? If so how much?
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I am highly interested in the carbon fiber roof. My only concern is this going to replace my actual roof. I'm looking for a roof replacement.
Yes it will replace the entire roof. I will keep you posted the closer we get to production.


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What is required to install ZL1 rear spoiler to my 2010 camaro ss?
The two bolts were the light mounts to the ZL1 spoiler will not align to the SS trunk. Most folks will cut the bolts off and put two plugs to cover up the holes. I think there are DIY on it in the DIY section.
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Old 05-07-2014, 01:05 PM   #20
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Do you have any pics of the ZL1 front splitter. I have to say all that I've seen so far is absolutely beautiful..... The wife is about to be pissed....lol. These are going to look fantastic against the Crystal Red Tint...
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when will the Z28 parts be available? also do you have any weight comparisons?

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Old 05-07-2014, 11:47 PM   #23
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You got it

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Do you have any pics of the ZL1 front splitter. I have to say all that I've seen so far is absolutely beautiful..... The wife is about to be pissed....lol. These are going to look fantastic against the Crystal Red Tint...
We are still in the process of making the mold and pulling the first piece and installing it on Brian's car. Stay tuned.

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It will be a while as we are still trying to get a hold of the rockers and flares. Stay tuned.
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Old 05-08-2014, 02:04 AM   #24
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Will you guys be getting or making the 2014 Hood vent in carbon fiber? Just the vent so it could just be swapped with the plastic one.

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