Building a Custom Wide Body Kit for the Huracan Pt 1

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In today's episode were getting started building the wide body kit for the huracan!
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  • The sheer insanity of this build is just breathtaking :)

    pectorialispectorialis3 kuukautta sitten
  • Do y’all do Custom body for people cause I have a Kool Go kart I need a Body for it?

    Tech eye UnloadedTech eye Unloaded5 kuukautta sitten
  • Buddy your shop is a disaster wtf hahahhahahahhahaha

    MustangBenceMustangBence11 kuukautta sitten
  • Dangggg, that is the best work I have seen about building a wide body. Awesome ...

    Heck with the nameHeck with the name11 kuukautta sitten
  • who else fast forwards the first few mins? lol

    Rudy ValentinoRudy Valentino11 kuukautta sitten
  • when you started describing what you were going to do my first thought was .. "Huh .. like I built my speaker pods"

    Edward TraxlerEdward TraxlerVuosi sitten
  • Genius!!👍

    Hassan AlbassamHassan AlbassamVuosi sitten
  • B for sowing dude's lolol

    Andrew HonnAndrew HonnVuosi sitten
  • Best episode. Love the creativity

    Scott MorseScott MorseVuosi sitten
  • That fabric trick came out sick. I have to remember that. Question: What kind of "stretchy" fabric did you use? Looks like some kind of rubber impregnated spandex?

    BlackDragonBlackDragonVuosi sitten
  • Mind-Fucking-Blown! That fabric looks so freaking amazing!!!

    Vincent R TurgeonVincent R TurgeonVuosi sitten
  • This is gunna look like a lambo turd.

    AbruptCataclysmAbruptCataclysmVuosi sitten
  • What software is that on the computer that you used to show the wide body?

    Ian MaloneyIan MaloneyVuosi sitten

    Bryce LitfinBryce LitfinVuosi sitten
  • you are a genius

    Bikelife HollandBikelife HollandVuosi sitten
  • Nothing wrong with driving on spacers

    Filip LindbergFilip LindbergVuosi sitten
  • 20:52 B is for Fix

    Eat Sleep ShiftEat Sleep ShiftVuosi sitten
  • Made my wiener tingle when you laid the spandex on the exoskeleton for the first time. Awesome build!

    tyler draketyler drakeVuosi sitten
  • That is so cool

    De'Los AllenDe'Los AllenVuosi sitten
  • Most predictable youtuber

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    Rodney OdgaardRodney OdgaardVuosi sitten
  • 26:45 The weight of the resin is going to make everything bow inward. I'm sure others have said this and you may even say it, but I paused it here to post the observation.

    csorrowscsorrowsVuosi sitten
  • WHERE IS PART 2!???????

    T plumberT plumberVuosi sitten
  • Whoa!! That actually turned out AMAZING!! Wayy smoother and more awesome than I was expecting, great work!!!

    797Venom797VenomVuosi sitten
  • I was like this won't work, oh wait, man that looks excellent,. I knew it would work!

    Rod PalmRod PalmVuosi sitten
  • Ive watched this one several times. I still cant believe how good that looks. I really cant wait for the next video. 😃😃😃

    Lawrence PowellLawrence PowellVuosi sitten
  • Have anyone ever told you that you look like Seth Rogan? Big fan of your channel by the way.

    Mr. OverlygiftedMr. OverlygiftedVuosi sitten
  • Sweet cant wait to see in in person in November

    Shawn ODonnellShawn ODonnellVuosi sitten
  • My question would be is this the first LS rear engine swap? if not who else tried it and what was their result? Know the original corvette designer made a few rear engine cars that were never made into production in the 60's

    Drew DaskievigeDrew DaskievigeVuosi sitten
  • Waiting for the continuation of this, but then you put in the remake of the front clip video. Hope to see more of the making of the wide body panels SOON.

    Drew DaskievigeDrew DaskievigeVuosi sitten
  • I love how your mind works and especially your optimistic attitude! Keep building!

    predatorstrikeforcepredatorstrikeforceVuosi sitten
  • Excellent work! This is probably the best thing I've seen you do.

    Iain O'SullivanIain O'SullivanVuosi sitten
  • That's looks so good can you rap the whole car like that 💯

    angel aguilarangel aguilarVuosi sitten
  • that worked out WAY better than i first expected it

    JonEilertsen (HellsatanX)JonEilertsen (HellsatanX)Vuosi sitten
  • I Think, Rear fender need more radius, for more low on the air out... and fender to lip wheels

    Muhammad WillyMuhammad WillyVuosi sitten
  • bad obsession motorsport did fender flares out of fabric

    MrDuddlyMrDuddlyVuosi sitten
  • What even

    Slinky511nx7Slinky511nx7Vuosi sitten
  • Yoga pants on the Lambo!

    Dave GoldbergDave GoldbergVuosi sitten
  • Been watching this build from the beginning! Awesome work! Just wondering if you think using the unpainted steel could be of any concern for rust down the road?

    Cliff JohnsonCliff JohnsonVuosi sitten
  • Should just section the fender, bumper and rocker molding 4". What your doing is what they do in car audio customizations and installations

    Mike MetcalfeMike MetcalfeVuosi sitten
  • Chris I do believe you will find out the over-fender and flair needs to go to the end of the quarter or spoiler like in the rendering. The car looks like it has two rear ends from the side now.

    Red Rider7Red Rider7Vuosi sitten
  • Just saw you at ballast point in downtown Disney you were sitting right next to me but didn’t want to bother. Enjoy your stay!!

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  • fabric stretch was one of the greatest things I've ever seen

    l33tSandmanl33tSandmanVuosi sitten
  • Wheel spacers on a Lamborghini?..... SACRILEGE!

    Grimmy HendrixGrimmy HendrixVuosi sitten
  • Yacht video?

    LouiLouiVuosi sitten
  • Your not a car builder your an artist 👩‍🎨 I don’t know how you even could begin building that quarter panel. Just awesome 👏

    Holieocorneious GerhartHolieocorneious GerhartVuosi sitten
  • Can't wait for the next episode.. 😍

    Gaurav GangulyGaurav GangulyVuosi sitten
  • Learn something new every day...who would thunk about using fabric to create a body panel? What's next..a Snuggie?

    MoonBuilt GarageMoonBuilt GarageVuosi sitten
  • I didnt think that would turn out, but looks great nice job

    Kenneth RodenKenneth RodenVuosi sitten
  • Wow! That worked so well! Amazing work

    The Carlsson LifeThe Carlsson LifeVuosi sitten
  • Crazy car is going to be amazing

    k leek vlogsk leek vlogsVuosi sitten
  • Like building speaker enclosers

    pistoncountpistoncountVuosi sitten
  • Love the drop kick ringtone!

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  • I have my doughts about this wide body. I personally would of stuck with the carbon race body you bought as is.

    Ed WilkoEd WilkoVuosi sitten
  • I would have used bedsheet as that fabric will mostlikely melt from the resin watch badobsession the mini build awd will give you some ideas while they made there flares

    Robyn & RobRobyn & RobVuosi sitten
  • Chris making history and a whole new cheap way of making widebody.

    FishFinderFishFinderVuosi sitten
  • We heard you like overfenders so we’re building you some overfenders for your overfenders!

    FishFinderFishFinderVuosi sitten
  • Thats tight bro

    MrCongdoan2MrCongdoan2Vuosi sitten
  • You guys are freaking awesome I can't get enough of your build. That Lamborghini is going to be a beast

    LS swapped envoyLS swapped envoyVuosi sitten
  • Awesome vlog Congts from UK..

    Mr. Wig.Mr. Wig.Vuosi sitten
  • It might give you a little bit more insight and tricks to do it a little easier and better can't wait to see the finished product going to be awesome

    Charlie beachesCharlie beachesVuosi sitten
  • Well done Chris and team. Best body work video you've done ever. And I've been following you since the 1st brz. KEEP IT GOING

    Tony O'HaganTony O'HaganVuosi sitten
  • Check out Bad Obsession Motorsport and how they built the fender flairs for the MINI.

    Richard Van de StouweRichard Van de StouweVuosi sitten
  • That body kit is looking incredible so far, can't wait to see the finished kit

    SigmaOneSigmaOneVuosi sitten
  • OSCAR is for Build!

    carlos manzanocarlos manzanoVuosi sitten
  • This is just amazing.. excellent creativity and precision

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  • What an amazing job dude ! This project is one of the most crazy i've ever seen. It's also one of the most interresting because you are always testing new technics ou fabricating new parts as carbon fiber body. Thanks for sharing it. I can't wait for the next episode.

    benmohaa1945benmohaa1945Vuosi sitten

    Roberto PierdomenicoRoberto PierdomenicoVuosi sitten
  • Check out bad obsession motorsports they built their fenders with that method

    Ian DavisIan DavisVuosi sitten
  • THIS was absolutely professional looking finish. Congrats!

    GroovyDrifterGroovyDrifterVuosi sitten
  • Uh I think thats not good for a supercar but you do you

    NeonifyNeonifyVuosi sitten
  • Me at the start: yeah this will never work Me at 25:08: :o

    dogboy0912dogboy0912Vuosi sitten
    • Same. Lol

      Lawrence PowellLawrence PowellVuosi sitten
  • I was a bit skeptical, but once I saw that fabric on the skeleton showing the frame.. woah, thats gonna be a scary looking Huracan

    ricqueswericquesweVuosi sitten
  • Use muslin it's a type of fabric that will take resin well

    Douglas TaitDouglas TaitVuosi sitten
  • I wonder if he would of made a mold out of foam or something then vac formed that instead of doing this method?

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  • I love this!

    suthwaasuthwaaVuosi sitten
  • Horsepower tv (used to be on spike tv) made a front spoiler for a bumper for a ford ranger build they did a v8 swap and independent rear suspension conversion on using a wire frame and then they rapped it in a fleece blanket held to the frame with binder clips (large spring paper clips) then used resin to finish (you see a lot of guys doing this to make car Audio speaker boxes.)

    CTeddyCTeddyVuosi sitten
  • I have to ask! Why not aluminum tubing for the frame... as your so hip on weight reduction!

    twisstedtwisstedVuosi sitten
  • Gday Chris, Consider Dynel cloth after you have hardened the stretch cloth with resin. Dynel is a woven maliable polyester cloth that is used by timber boat builders to give the outer surface a hard wearing epoxy skin. Dynel has a “silkiness” quality to it and follows form without the “pleats and gathers” whereas glass and carbon fibre are a bit stiff to start with. I’d spray the resin on your fabric too in a few very light part coats, allowing to dry between coats to stop it sagging. Then Dynel over when fabric is stiff. Buy yourself some grooved metal mini rollers to roll the resin into the Dynel or glass layers to remove air and manipulate the Dynel cloth to where you want it to lay. Hope it helps, good luck! Cheers mate 🍻🍷

    Nigel WNigel WVuosi sitten
  • B is boat now

    LukeLukeVuosi sitten
  • i have the same ringtone great work on the car looks awsome!

    John KoellischJohn KoellischVuosi sitten
  • no doubt came out better than i expected. good job man!!

    Kent LeeKent LeeVuosi sitten
  • When you go to putting the fabric on for real I highly suggest looking in Stewart Aircraft covering system.Would be the best fabric to use with infusing with resin, and the attaching glue is water based and the fabric shrinks tight with a clothing iron. I am an A&P mechanic and believe this would be the best route for the fabric.

    Blake LollisBlake LollisVuosi sitten
  • Why not add a piece in the middle and spread the fenders out 4 inches ? Nothing to design the body already looks nice just spread the whole body so the rear quarters are wider.

    midgetracemidgetraceVuosi sitten
  • As always excellent content, expounding your wealth of knowledge on us. Can't wait to see the final product!!

    R3ddr8gnR3ddr8gnVuosi sitten
  • wheel fender extensions.....

    Rogier B.Rogier B.Vuosi sitten
  • Chris your the man . that shit looks cool as hell

    Terry HolleyTerry HolleyVuosi sitten
  • I don't understand how that went from painful to watch, too omg that's perfect.

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  • Chris, been watching your channel for quite a while, since the fist Brz. This is your biggest win so far! :) Btw, I have seen the fabric trick from these guys:

    Milan MarkovićMilan MarkovićVuosi sitten
  • That actually looks amazing 😀 who knew what a bit of Spandex could do!

    Phill HewetsonPhill HewetsonVuosi sitten
  • Some guys would say that's 6-8 inches of poke...

    Mohammad Abubakar KhanMohammad Abubakar KhanVuosi sitten
  • such an amazing idea guys, keep going and good luck with the rest of the build!

    Austin YoungbauerAustin YoungbauerVuosi sitten
  • This can work but not quite the way you want to. This is similar to how you tried to do the hood originally. What you should do is coat it in resin, and a few layers or fiberglass to make a mold. Then create a fiberglass panel from that mold. sand that down and get it all nice then create another mold that will be used for creating the final carbon fiber part. I know it is more time than you want to spend on a single panel but this is how you will get a good part that is the correct size and a nice finish.

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  • "1:05... Did you forget how to spell Build? "B is for Buid Me" lol

    Anthony PerezAnthony PerezVuosi sitten
  • congrats one million subscribers 🎊🎉🍾🎈

    amari odomamari odomVuosi sitten
  • Nobody: Chris: I’m making a Lamborghini out of blankets

    Matthew BrancoMatthew BrancoVuosi sitten
    • I think it was stretchy sparkly shiny material, but OK. : )

      Red Rider7Red Rider7Vuosi sitten
  • At first i was like WTF are you doing. Then at the end "okay wow!!!"

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  • Awesome🔥

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  • Why would you use such long tubing for the turbo cooling couldn't you make it much shorter?

    Damianseconda995Damianseconda995Vuosi sitten
  • There’s another channel called Bad Obsession Motorsport. They built some wide fenders for their Turbo AWD mini using the fabric and resin method. It’s an amazing build they’ve got going over there, check it out if you get a chance!

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