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Dented carbon fiber hood

How do I pull a dent from carbon fiber? I read its impossible to pull it out as its a defect , but I'm sure my hood pins caused the dent because one side is to low thus pushing down on the hood.
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Re: Dented carbon fiber hood

Post a photo. Carbon fiber hoods don't really "dent" like a normal hood does. You would need to basically smooth the area out and re-mold it with some steady heat. A very very long process since you can't just jump in with a heat gun.


Normally the area where a hood pin sits won't pull downward causing this bow in the cf unless the hood isn't aligned/adjusted properly with the pins and rubber stops.
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first, make sure it is genuine carbon fiber, alot of the hoods you see are metal, with carbon fiber vinyl on them, made with machines and look perfect and legit, but really are not...

real carbon fiber is extremely expensive....
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The hood is bowed in where the hood pin latch is , I raised the pin up a bit tho . The hood is real , costed $600 it's VIS

So I can't just heat it up and flex it out?
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The dent is on the passenger side
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Re: Dented carbon fiber hood

Carbon fiber is not cheap man... I have not found out if vis is real or not yet, but I will and I'm working on a thread about this in Microsoft word now for fun lol...

But just an estimate, a hood made of real carbon fiber would run you around $3000 to $4000

im sorry, let me rephrase that, a hood made of strictly carbon fiber and resin.

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Carbon fiber is not cheap man... I have not found out if vis is real or not yet, but I will and I'm working on a thread about this in Microsoft word now for fun lol...

But just an estimate, a hood made of real carbon fiber would run you around $3000 to $4000

im sorry, let me rephrase that, a hood made of strictly carbon fiber and resin.
I've got a vis from the last owner and in the back corners it cracked, and I can see carbon fiber weave sticking out from the place where the corner cracked off. It may have plastic or metal braces within, but it is definitely real carbon fiber.
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The hood is bowed in where the hood pin latch is , I raised the pin up a bit tho . The hood is real , costed $600 it's VIS

So I can't just heat it up and flex it out?
You can't add direct heat to it using a gun - you risk cracking the resin. Remove the pin and let the hood bake in the sun. Then depending on how the opening underneath that dent looks (large or small) - you can insert something to carefully "force" the dent outward. Like a piece of wood or tool that won't damage the hood and has a rounded surface to just put slight pressure on that point.


Allow that to sit for a day or two in the sun and keep checking it - eventually it will slowly bow back to a smooth flat surface.




This is the same method I've used to re-mold my hood in order to make it a perfect fit. Just take your time since it's not something that can be rushed.

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Carbon fiber is not cheap man... I have not found out if vis is real or not yet, but I will and I'm working on a thread about this in Microsoft word now for fun lol...

But just an estimate, a hood made of real carbon fiber would run you around $3000 to $4000

im sorry, let me rephrase that, a hood made of strictly carbon fiber and resin.

Carbon fiber is cheap. Having it produced is the expensive part.

I've worked with CF and have a few rolls on hand, more than enough to make myself a 100% custom 3 layer cf trunk (largest size roll I have). Materials are less than $150 for that.... a hood would maybe be around $2-400. Multiple ways to do it, so i'm not going to go into the mold cost etc if that route is taken.


Most CF hoods and trunks are real carbon fiber. The catch is, they are typically 1 layer on top with multiple layers of fiberglass beneath. It's a heavy cf used so it's a thick single layer. The skeletons of all VIS and Seibon hoods are fiberglass. Older CF hoods used a 2 piece hood just as factory is, a top layer and a skeleton basically glued to the bottom. Those hoods could have the fiberglass skeleton removed, which would leave just the top layer of cf and bottom layer of fiberglass - much lighter but still not 100% carbonfiber. Newer models have a 1 piece skeleton.



Yes, a true 100% cf hood or trunk would cost upwards of a grand to have made. But the products out on the market now are still deemed "carbon fiber" although they are not 100% cf - they still weigh much less than a 100% fiberglass hood.
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@ wings
Would it be best to set the dent on a flat surface like say a pill bottle top about the size of the dent or say a rounded object like ball peen hammer shape? Hood's own weight or some added ballast?

Will outside temp change the speed of the process say slow it or quicken it? Or strictly ensure it's in the sunshine?

Didn't know they were part fiberglass. But it makes sense.
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Would it be best to set the dent on a flat surface like say a pill bottle top about the size of the dent or say a rounded object like ball peen hammer shape? Hood's own weight or some added ballast?

Will outside temp change the speed of the process say slow it or quicken it? Or strictly ensure it's in the sunshine?

Didn't know they were part fiberglass. But it makes sense.


It doesn't really matter, just needs an object to put a little pressure from beneath in order to "bow" it outward until it begins to take shape.

Flat object or round object wont matter since the top layer is pretty thick and won't leave any imprint like a piece of aluminum would.


It just needs to be in direct sunlight. Warmer weather would most def help! Took around 2 months over winter to slowly adjust my hood.... little by little every week until I was happy with it.


And yep, top layer is a heavy oz of 1 layer cf followed by 1 THICK layer fiberglass beneath.


This is the piece me and Ogs removed from my new Seibon hood...just a day after I received it back in fall

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I've come across 100% carbon fiber/resin hoods and they run a couple thousand, at shop discounts, and factory discounts both... I don't doubt your comment on how you've worked with it at all... Maybe it's the difference in states??? As I believe you live in Virginia wing?

I live in jersey, I know apartments are $500 in virginia, as in jersey same quality apartment runs $1200 per month... So maybe a difference? But I know here "real" carbon fiber is expensive
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They're up to $950 in va now. Northern va.. $1500.. south jersey prices.

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I've come across 100% carbon fiber/resin hoods and they run a couple thousand, at shop discounts, and factory discounts both... I don't doubt your comment on how you've worked with it at all... Maybe it's the difference in states??? As I believe you live in Virginia wing?

I live in jersey, I know apartments are $500 in virginia, as in jersey same quality apartment runs $1200 per month... So maybe a difference? But I know here "real" carbon fiber is expensive

I was referring to the actual carbon fiber material being reasonably priced. That's why I said that the high cost for a 100% cf part is mostly labor.

You can make one for far less than you could purchase one pre-made.

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That's why I said I don't doubt your comment, and I didn't diss the op or anything... I said I haven't looked into vis yet and their actual cf authenticity... It's just something I brought up for discussion which was off topic, so sorry for that lol.

I'm a little drunk now but I still can't believe the low price of a cf hood unless they are paying MEXICANS!!!!! Illegals that is, not saying anything bad about them, but just saying, low labor price nigsy's
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I was referring to the actual carbon fiber material being reasonably priced. That's why I said that the high cost for a 100% cf part is mostly labor.

You can make one for far less than you could purchase one pre-made.




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You can make one for far less than you could purchase one pre-made.




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That's why I said I don't doubt your comment, and I didn't diss the op or anything... I said I haven't looked into vis yet and their actual cf authenticity... It's just something I brought up for discussion which was off topic, so sorry for that lol.

I'm a little drunk now but I still can't believe the low price of a cf hood unless they are paying MEXICANS!!!!! Illegals that is, not saying anything bad about them, but just saying, low labor price nigsy's
It's fine, all discussion related to the topic. I have a Seibon hood on my car and the DEPOG project car has a VIS.

The mas produced carbonfiber/fiberglass mix hoods that Seibon, VIS and other manufactures sell are all done with molds and vacuum bagging - not a single one of them is perfect and in most cases the mold is in rough condition leaving many bumps/dips/horribly fitting products. They don't take very long to make with the proper equipment, but the quality suffers. Up to a few years ago, a seibon hood could be had for less than $500 new, shipped. A 100% cf hood just a slight bump ranging around $7-900 shipped.

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