2011 5.0L Hydro Carbon Parts AVAILABLE!

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All new at Lethal Performance is an entire line of Hydro Carbon body parts. All of the carbon style parts we offer come ready to install on the car. We use brand new OEM pieces and have them go through a special process that gives them an awesome carbon fiber look. Best of all is that since these pieces are coated OEM parts they are much more durable then carbon fiber which has a tendency to be fragile. In addition to that the hydro carbon wrap material can withstand being in the sun and won't fade or discolor. The finish on these parts is so good that when set side by side with a real carbon fiber piece you'll have a hard time choosing which one is hydro carbon and which one is real carbon fiber.

NOTE: All Hydro Carbon products are made to order and take 7-10 days before they can ship.

PLENUM COVER
Lethal Performance 2011 Mustang GT Hydro Carbon Plenum Cover [LP-2011GTPLENUMCVR] : Lethal Performance, Performance parts for Ford Mustangs

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RADIATOR SHROUD COVER
Lethal Performance 2011 5.0L Hydro Carbon Radiator Shroud Cover [LP-2011GTRADCOVER] : Lethal Performance, Performance parts for Ford Mustangs
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FUSE BOX COVER
Lethal Performance 2011 Mustang GT Hydro Carbon Fuse Box Cover [LP-2011GTFUSEBOXCVR] : Lethal Performance, Performance parts for Ford Mustangs
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Nice.
How do they hold up to the heat of the engine? Any warping or bubbling?

We've been selling the Hydro Carbon stuff for quite a while now and have never had any issues with warping or bubbling. Most of the pieces we sell are engine bay items or exterior items that see exposure to the sun so I'm sure if there was an issue we would have heard about it already.

Let me know if you have any other questions.

Thanks, Jared
 

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Is that the same thing as hydro dipping or water transfer printing?

yes..... i am having a shop here in kc do some parts on my 2011. i saw a few things they did this past week and its simply amazing on how good these parts look.
 

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yes..... i am having a shop here in kc do some parts on my 2011. i saw a few things they did this past week and its simply amazing on how good these parts look.

I need to find a local place that does it. In the mean time though I have found a few large companies online that do it with a lot of different patterns and colors.

Haha I just found this pattern
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I need to find a local place that does it. In the mean time though I have found a few large companies online that do it with a lot of different patterns and colors.

Haha I just found this pattern
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I think I found the place that does that. They have some sick looking stuff.


Jared........any plans for some similar items for other vehicles? (03/04)
 

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I think I found the place that does that. They have some sick looking stuff.


Jared........any plans for some similar items for other vehicles? (03/04)

I can get anything coated so let me know what you're looking to get done and I'll see what it's going to cost.

See you online later biotch!
 

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Cool. I'll let you know tonight when I get done playing choo choo. It's burn notice night though so I might get on later than normal.
 

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Looks great but how does Hydro Carbon fiber'ing work?
Is it laid on in a sheet or painted on or what?

Just trying to get an idea of how strong it is. :)


Here's a few videos of the process.
[nomedia="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OwL5G_3Eh1g&feature=PlayList&p=2794395A25D26C17&playnext_from=PL&playnext=1&index=7"]YouTube- Dipping With Underwater Cam[/nomedia]


Keep in mind strength isn't an issue as we're using the OEM plastic pieces to start with. Therefore the structural integrity of the piece itself is just as strong as the stock piece. The finish is basically a paint/film that wraps the item and then it's clear coated for a long lasting protective finish.

Let me know if you have any other questions.

Thanks, Jared
 

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