Building a Carbon Fiber Wide Body Kit for my Huracan Pt 2

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In todays episode its pt 2 of building a wide body kit! Install Raid for Free ✅ IOS: ✅ ANDROID: Start with💰50K silver and get a Free Epic Champion 💥 on day 7 of “New Player Rewards” program.
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  • Install Raid for Free ✅ IOS: ✅ ANDROID: Start with💰50K silver and get a Free Epic Champion 💥 on day 7 of “New Player Rewards” program.

    B is for BuildB is for BuildVuosi sitten
    • Ive Ben subbed since the beginning.. I still want to see a diesal swapped lambo.. Seems lame but I've never seen anyone do that before..

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    • Hey brother, what’s your name on Raid, wouldn’t mind playing with you. I as well like pvp

      Brandon FortneyBrandon FortneyVuosi sitten
    • What's your attitude on the geometry changes of the suspension in regards to offset vs actually moving suspension arms outward in stead

      Stefan Bovien NielsenStefan Bovien NielsenVuosi sitten
    • You should've used fleece.

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    • No

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  • Deleted his car lmao

    Collin MarionCollin MarionUukausi sitten
  • light weight.... 🙄😁

    Sofa BiruSofa Biru2 kuukautta sitten
  • "Flipped" "deleted his car" damn Chris you are savage 🤣🤣

    Random Hero SpottingRandom Hero Spotting8 kuukautta sitten
  • That is so cool how you all have made those panels.

    Mark GMark G10 kuukautta sitten
  • aircraft fabric

    Jerry LifseyJerry LifseyVuosi sitten
  • Why not use a fibreglass weave sheet, same a carbon, could pull as hard as you want

    John LerigoJohn LerigoVuosi sitten
  • "Hydraphobic" .. its called fish eyes...caused by contaminates on your surface interract with the chemicals you add such as resin or paint. You're touching your surfaces with oil, lubricants, fingerprints and other contaminants. Clean surfaces properly to prevent it.

    Builds Down SouthBuilds Down SouthVuosi sitten
  • Buys super car ..puts shitty Chevy motor in it...buys expensive ass body kit....adds a shaping frame hot glues fabric to build custom body kit over body kit...... theres nothing huracan left.

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  • Very good ideas brother to achieve the shape you wanted. But I kind desagree with the 2nd wing building... To be honest, what I would have done is 3d scan 1rst wing without putting resine to it. Adjust things if needed to ease the installment later on. When I am satisfied with upgrade and mods. I do a mirror copy of it for the other side. Once that done. I CNC on cheap wood or resine mold the shape I am happy with for both side, then do the carbone magic fabric. Both side would be exactly the same + I can mod the skeleton base on a computer before I produce it, also I can reproduce it 1000x times if needed

    Gaillard YannickGaillard YannickVuosi sitten
  • Whats the song name at 19:28

    Sami JationSami JationVuosi sitten
  • i cringed at 20:40 because if you touch a fiberglass like that without a special glove it can get stuck deep in your hand and can get itchy real bad cause i happened to experience that.

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  • Not to be picky, but infusing isn't laying some resin over the carbon fiber/cloth/whatever. It's a specific way of creating a carbon fiber piece using the vacuum system you kind of tried in one of the earlier episodes. Love the series anyways!

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  • It would have probably been better building the widebody kit with foam like most custom body kit molds then fiberglass over it theres someone on here that did it on a cresida

    Broke G GarageBroke G GarageVuosi sitten
  • Those panels turned out amazing great job. Are you really just putting them over the frame and stock quarter panel's? The point of carbon quarters is to get lighter lol..but guess being a sema car its really just for looks?

    overkill automotive performanceoverkill automotive performanceVuosi sitten
  • Though what you were doing was cool... until this. Damn

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  • Hey, i know you're flatout busy. Just want to know what camera, mic you use. And what you use for the timelapse?

    Eat Sleep ShiftEat Sleep ShiftVuosi sitten
  • Outstanding! That is turning out very nice-looking.

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  • Fyi, I have done a bunch of vacuum bagging with ceconite ( see-co-nite) as the peel ply on fibreglass repairs I was doing on helicopter cowlings. Worked great as a peel fly as epoxy didnt't stick. Not sure if this helps with your build, but your carbon fibre may debond from the ceconite. That is me experience working with ceconite and fibre glass working.

    Ian GroverIan GroverVuosi sitten
  • WOW O_O It's turning out incredible! Ben ceconite ftw

    Mils GarageMils GarageVuosi sitten
  • lol raid shadow legend is pay2win and no way to has 10m+ players everyday say not very meany games have that never mind one so shit.

    Jonathan WatsonJonathan WatsonVuosi sitten
  • Thus build is sick love the Italian Super car made better powered by Chevrolet b is for better #merica

    Eddie TannerEddie TannerVuosi sitten
  • Super Jelly about those Truly Cases!

    Dain BaltierraDain BaltierraVuosi sitten
  • That inside layer of carbon......mmmm. So pretty! haha

    Jon HowesJon HowesVuosi sitten
  • fubar

    FraizzFraizzVuosi sitten
  • If u brush the resin in one direction will it look better?

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  • You know as fun as high power cars that we build and put on the street are, as well as how awesome they look the truth of the matter is the streets really aren’t the place to use em. Not saying don’t drive em but drive it like you would a Camry unless you’re a maniac then please don’t hit me.

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  • Very cool keep it going can't wait to see the final build

    cameron waltetscameron waltetsVuosi sitten
  • The amount of work put into this car is crazy! I would’ve been to lazy and just wrapped it 😂 fake it til you make it

    Chicago R6Chicago R6Vuosi sitten
  • Please do a Truly wrap on the car for SEMA. White, black letters down the door, fruit and such along the bottom

    Zachary RobertsonZachary RobertsonVuosi sitten
  • I wasn't expecting you to glass in the actual frame, I though you were going to remove that stuff.

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  • 🤦‍♂️

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  • You really should have por15'd the metal parts before sealing it inside. Any moisture at all slips through and those are gonna rust from the inside out, quality oversight right there....but it's a sema trailer queen so I guess it'll never matter.

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  • You better pray not to damage the car

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  • Hey Chris thank you for being a inspiration for me because i wanted to do these things but i was afraid but now i am watching your 240z project and this lambo build how you doing this stuff without even knowing everything...chris i am going start building my own project thanks for showing the way to do...wish you luck and to do more awesome stuff

    Chandeepa RanasinghaChandeepa RanasinghaVuosi sitten
  • are you really, really excited? How excited are you?

    ken jayken jayVuosi sitten
  • I am not sure, I have seen carbon fiber applications where they use multiple layers and use an vacuum in an oven to cure the material, these parts are used in aviation. Your parts look absolutely awesome.

    David PoynterDavid PoynterVuosi sitten
  • B is for Ben.. who saved the day

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  • need to support the bottom of the rear framing where it's close to the rocker panel.... can just imagine the flapping from wind catching it now....

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  • Does Kyle have a channel he seems to do damn good work

    Kyle GoffKyle GoffVuosi sitten
  • B is for Baby: learning to impregnate a rear quarterpanal.

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  • Hey Chris, I had the greatest opportunity and bought my dream car last week. Your channel along with some others have inspired me, and have showed me that maybe it is possible that a normal guy like me can take on this challenge and build a car I've wanted for so long even though I might not have a lot of experience building cars. These videos motivated me to take that leap of faith and for that I want to say thank you! Let me know if you need an extra car for sema. I'll get to work asap! Lol

    Rogelio MontoyaRogelio MontoyaVuosi sitten
  • You're planning of fabbing and selling this body kit, right? Because the angles are perfect!

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  • Y'all never fail to amaze me. (In a good way obv tho.)

    Eunos SenpaiEunos SenpaiVuosi sitten
  • Try heating it with a heat gun it might dewrinkle it. Or try using the "I believe nylon" used on general aviation planes as wing skin

    chris marshallchris marshallVuosi sitten
    • Or heat it with an iron

      chris marshallchris marshallVuosi sitten
  • You have a nice frame for the flares. But I really think you should foam fill, then shape. Make your carbon fiber panel from the foam/frame, then dissolve the foam and adhere/attach the carbon to the frame.

    Eric KeenanEric KeenanVuosi sitten
  • This should all be done in clay

    Josiah70Josiah70Vuosi sitten
  • Chelsea needs to make a coffee run.

    Matt BeldingMatt BeldingVuosi sitten
  • How much did you spend in the carbon/glass fiber alone?

    Heifetz CHeifetz CVuosi sitten
  • B is build is moving from normal builds to awesome build. Love this style of fabrication... cheers

    Zubair RehmanZubair RehmanVuosi sitten
  • Grab a $5 metal fiberglass roller for that chopstrand and a sqeegy when applying resin on the carbon fibre . Make life a lot easier.

    Duncan TaylorDuncan TaylorVuosi sitten
  • OMG Chris I found TJ's and your's inspiration video for your SEMA builds. Someone made TJ's GT3 458 and your SEMA Lambo build earlier this year in a video (minus the Manuel option) in this video. You need to watch this video. (BTW its not my video so credit goes to the ower)

    Railan GabrielRailan GabrielVuosi sitten
    • I think it would be hilarious if you could make a response video to there video.

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  • This is definitely some next level stuff. Looks great!

    Shafi SubhanShafi SubhanVuosi sitten
  • Ideally you want to sand between dried layers, to promote a stronger mechanical bond, hopefully itll hold together fine.

    Mr. FlipperMr. FlipperVuosi sitten
  • Rust protection on the steel bars inside the carbon? Or is the kit only for like one summer?

    Adam HeedAdam HeedVuosi sitten
  • RW-B-IS-FOR-BUILD in the house🤣

    Mbofho MamatsharagaMbofho MamatsharagaVuosi sitten
  • Carbon fiber body panels came out great!

    Ethan MacherasEthan MacherasVuosi sitten
  • Can’t wait to see this thing in person at SEMA. 100% what I’m looking forward to the most.

    Dylan WilcoxDylan WilcoxVuosi sitten
  • Basically made your own carbon fiber👍🏾👏🏿👏🏿

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  • Bro put more time in doing videos and researching how to make thing so you dont lose time and money and can upload a vid every 2 to 3 days. Love your videos. PEACE

    Alex JCAlex JCVuosi sitten
  • Love the build butttt not gonna lie, these “home made” fenders dont look good at all. I think it would have looks much more professional if he bought premade widebody fenders and then modified those with fiberglass

    Nikolai BarnackNikolai BarnackVuosi sitten
  • Where is the boat?

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  • Congratulations!🚗

    Marcell BuckmanMarcell BuckmanVuosi sitten
  • Low key waiting for the next boat episode 🤫

    Jacob SpenceJacob SpenceVuosi sitten
  • #carartisans you guys are artisans!! great job!

    Graham FarrellyGraham FarrellyVuosi sitten
  • I'm not big on advertising. But I'm gonna grab some Truly next time I'm out of the house ONLY because they sponsored you. That's fucking awesome. #BisforBROKE

    Desert FreshDesert FreshVuosi sitten
  • On a side note Copart has increased their prices. Especially for online bidding.

    Greimr XIIIGreimr XIIIVuosi sitten
  • U can sell that kit

    Carski1986Carski1986Vuosi sitten
  • You should do a build on an Evo 9!!!!! Haven’t seen many of those on FIstream

    Miranda EnMiranda EnVuosi sitten
  • I know he don't buy none of them parts with them black forces

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  • I love your channel (more when there were consistent videos, but still love it). Funny that through this video I kept thinking, “Does he have a drinking problem? He sounds half in the bag.” Then you introduce a pallet of Truly. 🤨 Your videos are better when you are (more) sober.

    itsparadoxicalitsparadoxicalVuosi sitten
  • Don't you need an autoclave for carbon fiber ?

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  • Love this vid sm

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  • A mental build and sick innervation

    Michael MacheteMichael MacheteVuosi sitten
  • Kevin didnt crash it.

    JonPom GamingJonPom GamingVuosi sitten
  • Can we get 2 episodes a week? Looks like lots is happening etc. Be good to see more content again. Chelsea and the boys etc

    Andrew HowellsAndrew HowellsVuosi sitten

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  • Be cool to see a video every day are you doing anything else on the side?

    Bibeau BuildsBibeau BuildsVuosi sitten
  • what if you made a whole outter skin of a car outta that stuff

    Brandon SenkerBrandon SenkerVuosi sitten
  • "And then unfortunately he deleted his car" XD

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  • Love the progress on the build so far but just was missing one piece we need more Oscar!😂😂😂😂 Hehehe love the videos bro keep them coming

    Jonathan SoriaJonathan SoriaVuosi sitten
  • Great vid. If only us regular shmos could get into SEMA to see it.

    jdcope68jdcope68Vuosi sitten
  • What an awesome build ep. You've come so far from not knowing how to fiberglass at all. Way to go, man. Watched for years, will keep on doing so. :)

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  • Hi Chris, just a quick note... on your fabric make sure you get fabric that is mostly cotton with only 5% spandex. The issues is the resin will melt the spandex or any synthetic fibers if you are using a polyester resin. If its epoxy resin you should be OK but the dry time and stiffness will not be as good. Also keep in mind that the polyester resin will shrink a lot as it cures causing wrinkles from the corner areas. Try to make sure your frame does not flex, and you may need to add more supports to the frame. I have videos on my channel on doing this. Hope this helps. Cheers.

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  • good stuff this came out great

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  • Maybe Ben knows how to fix Kevins car in time for Sema? :D

    Johannes TiitusJohannes TiitusVuosi sitten
  • Should probably use some ventilators if you're ~12" from fresh resin 😬

    Pierce LiefeldPierce LiefeldVuosi sitten
  • You guys should use fleece. Fleece is stretchy but absorbs very well. That use it on custom speaker boxes And it looks great

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  • I am sure this comment may get buried in the sea of comments but here's hoping. I have been following this build since the beginning and I was wondering which car lift was you using in the earlier episodes. The black two piece scissor lift style one. I have seen similar ones and I am looking for recommendations.

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  • you look super burnt

    jacob usenmezjacob usenmezVuosi sitten
  • I have used polyester fleece for fiberglass subwoofer boxes. The fabric lets you stretch it and becomes very hard once resin is applied and hardened.

    Blake BaynesBlake BaynesVuosi sitten
  • A paintbrush? Why not an aerosol pre-coat?

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  • Oh man, thats looking sick 👌🏻

    coriviancorivianVuosi sitten
  • I wonder how stiff you could make window film. You know? Tape it on...hit it with the heat gun and it shrinks like that magical airplane skin but cheaper. LOLs =o)~

    Gerald ArndtGerald ArndtVuosi sitten
  • It was his personal trainer who deleted his car...

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  • Save those carbon scraps pieces!

    Edward StokichEdward StokichVuosi sitten
    • i spoke too soon. should have finished the episode

      Edward StokichEdward StokichVuosi sitten
  • I don't know if someone have already told you about this technology of making a smooth carbon finish by applying a polyethylene film on top, but here's the video: The guy speaks russian, so use subtitles. It may be useful for your work.

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  • It's just like how they would build an aeroplane in the first world war linen then dope it to stiffen.

    Sean RobertsSean RobertsVuosi sitten
  • Peelply is your friend. It will reduce the need to sand that nasty epoxy and carbon to almost nothing.

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  • Guys this build is amazing!!! I know you boys are gonna get it done, loving the progress and the ingenuity.

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