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This is a discussion on carbon fiber parts :) within the Interior Mods forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; ok so i just rolled my wrx...bravo right?.... anyways, i figured i might as well do it right and replace ...

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    carbon fiber parts :)

    ok so i just rolled my wrx...bravo right?.... anyways, i figured i might as well do it right and replace everything with carbon fiber... only parts i cant find are a front bumper, rear spoiler, and rear bumper....any help locating these? its an 03 wagon by the way...

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    cant help with the parts, just want to know how you rolled it.

    Sorry! Hope you get it fixed soon!
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    Ive seen some c-west style CF wings on vividracing and another couple sites. I have seibon hood and trunk because mine had hail damage but i just left it wingless and i gotta say, i dig the wingless look. Sorry bout the car i rolled the one in my avatar at about 95mph with no seatbelt, me and my buddy were perfectly fine. My beautiful 05 sti with a 3 month old paintjob was totalled.

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    ^Why were you going 95 in the 1st place?

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    i was just coming around a corner half asleep after getting a gallon of milk... totally lame story

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    you could try siebon i know they have the hood frontfront fenders, doors and rear hatch. if you go on the site they will give you a list of all the near by dealers. your gonna pay some cash to get siebon but its good quality and they have everything to make your wagon almost full carbon. good luck with the build
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    Since the car is having difficulty staying upright I would not downgrade the body components for the sake of (at best questionable...) looks. I'd stick with OEM components as after all, those are the components that have been designed for the car by the best Subaru builder in the world (Subaru themselves...) and those are the components that have been crash tested.
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    95% of the carbon parts out there are junk. I know we rebuilt a Subi with them. I'll never install another Seibon Hood. What a hunk of Junk. $750-$1000 and you get a "beauty" piece of carbon glued to a fiberglass substructure if you could call it that. At 75 the damn thing smiles at you even with hood pins. And I'd bet you the Seibon hood is heavier than the factory aluminum one. The rear hatches are an absolute ripoff in carbon IMO. If you want a Body kit, The C-West one fits OK and honestly just OK at best. Prepare to Fab a bunch of small brackets. And if you do buy a body kit, make sure to buy one built from PFRP.

    IMO these guys are legit and make great Carbon parts. Several of the site supporting vendors carry their stuff.

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