They are supplying my hood but the rails and side panels I had wanted are no longer available.Quinlan said:C3 Powersports seems to be the main one that comes to mind...
Ethan,ethan.justinger said:does the carbon fiber break easily?
P._P._MN,Polaris_Parts_MN said:Looks like some pretty sweet stuff! The carbon fiber xp chassis for $3000 doesn't seem absurdly priced either. However, I'm not impressed with the grammar/spelling on the website! (I have taken my business to other competitors before due to terrible grammar on a company's website. It's pretty unprofessional in my mind)
"The [highlight=darkred]a[/highlight=darkred] [highlight=darkred]Vacuum[/highlight=darkred] Infusion Process (VIP) uses [highlight=darkred]vacuum[/highlight=darkred] pressure to drive resin into carbon fiber. Our Materials are first hand laid into the mo[highlight=darkred]u[/highlight=darkred]ld and then apply an[highlight=darkred]d[/highlight=darkred] even [highlight=darkred]vacuum[/highlight=darkred] before resin is introduced."
haha that made me laugh. But yes, carbon fiber is surprisingly strong.vipersj said:[highlight=yellow]That doesn't mean you can hit trees at will however...[/highlight=yellow]
I get some of the references, but why 'vacuum' over and over? If I had relied on the website, I might not have purchased either, but Kevin at C3 (a voice on the phone and several emails) is what sold me.