Vehicle & Motorsport Carbon Fibre Repair
Returning your carbon fibre parts to their best
Having worked with Carbon Fibre for many years we know our way round the stuff and what is involved in repairing high end / premium carbon fibre parts for the automotive world. We can undertake a whole array of carbon fibre repairs to almost any carbon fibre part for any type of vehicle whether that be a BMW, Mclaren or even a part from a motobike.
For some brands such as Bentley and McLaren it is much more cost effective to have a part repaired than to have it replaced due to the extreme cost that manufacturers charge.
Whether you require a heavily damaged, structural repair or simply a strip back and re-finishing of a small area we’re able to help. We can even help with small chips, dents or peeling lacquer.
How its done
The Repair Process
The proof is always in the pudding
The Final Result
It’s always super difficult to show the final look and finish but we’ve dropped a couple of images below to show you some before and after shots of a couple of repairs we’ve recently completed and a pretty decent Mclaren 600LT that we had in for a full front end repair!
Mclaren 600LT Front Canard – Heavy Front Damage and Split within the Carbon
Bentley Continental GT – Front Splitter with heavy scoring and damage on the under panel. Crack to the part on the front section going all the way through
Mclaren 600LT Front Bumper – Heavy scoring on the underneath of the front bumper
The Aston Martin Vanquish was in need of a front splitter repair and you can see how we got on with the video above:
The Mclaren 600LT was such a time consuming repair we got the chance to film some of the process which you can see above:
so here's what's
Needed From You!
If after reading all the above you want to proceed with getting us to repair your damaged carbon fibre part then we’ll need a few things:
Pictures of the damaged part
We’ll need high quality close up and far away pictures of the item in question so we can see the damage and the overall part. Please ensure you take as many pictures as possible from different angles. If the damage goes through the part then we’ll need to see the rear also
When you send the photos it would be great to include as much information about the vehicle as possible such as Make / Model / Year / Reg or VIN Number. We’ll also need to know how the damage initially occurred.
Once we have all of the above our team of fabricators will look over all the information provided and then come back to you with costings and timescales involved.
Please try to be as accurate as possible with the pictures and the information provided as if we don’t get all the facts prior to the part arriving it may be that extra time and materials may be required which will increase the costs.
For some of the more serious damaged parts it may be that we can’t offer any quote or timings until we have physically seen the item. There is also the possibility that the cost of repair is not financially feasible but we will certainly try to cater as best as we can.
The next step is to get in touch with us using our contact form by Clicking Here!
Typically our repair schedule is approximately booked up about 4-6 weeks in advanced.
As every part and it’s damage is unique and different, it can take anywhere from 1 week to 4 weeks to complete to our usual high echelon of standards
Every repair is unique and as such one piece may need more components and materials than another.As part of the initial enquiry we’ll take a look at all the pictures and information you provide and work out what is needed in terms of materials, the complexity of the repair, and how much time will be required to complete the repair.
Until we have all the correct info we cannot provide any pricing or quotes.
Every carbon fibre part we work on will be repaired and most importantly finished to the highest standard as possible.
We will endeavour to return every part back to as close a factory finish as possible.
In some instances (Based on the type of damage) it may not be possible to fully get that straight out of the box from factory look and feel but will always get is as close as possible!