Aftermarket Taycan Carbon Fiber Parts

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Hi guys,

Came across this when I was browsing the internet. They are a company in Poland who do carbon fibre replacement body parts for the Taycan.

The subtle parts like the skirts and rear diffuser are cool but I’m not really feeling the bumpers. Anyway, the details are below.

https://qrc.com.pl/?fbclid=IwAR3bMbC1w3qHvtTYufmT4Njh0xG2bmpuTRY1yH7_1y-TueBem2K6k6YXUv4
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Hey Tazer, I actually got contacted by the same guy from the FB groups. It looks pretty good actually, but I would never buy something in CB like that without seeing it in person myself with regards to quality. It would be great though if someone local would go over there and do a review
 
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Hey Tazer, I actually got contacted by the same guy from the FB groups. It looks pretty good actually, but I would never buy something in CB like that without seeing it in person myself with regards to quality. It would be great though if someone local would go over there and do a review

If i'm being honest, i'm not really a fan of excessive carbon. I do like the subtle bits, but yeah it would be cool if someone could check it out in real life.
 

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If i'm being honest, i'm not really a fan of excessive carbon. I do like the subtle bits, but yeah it would be cool if someone could check it out in real life.
Me neither. But in particular I was looking at the front lip, sideskirts, the rear diffuser and maybe the carbon fiber hood.
 

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Had some small bits wrapped. At the workshop they had a TS with full carbon kit. Asked a few if they could tell which one was proper carbon and which one was not (from 2 m away). 50/50 pretty much - which makes me happy. (Ofcourse up close anyone can see).

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Pretty ugly if you ask me.
Different directions of the layers, separate pieces in one panel, total rubbish.

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yeah, I would never do those panels. Mirrors and skirts I get... But I can’t understand the point of full bumpers and arches
 

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Had some small bits wrapped. At the workshop they had a TS with full carbon kit. Asked a few if they could tell which one was proper carbon and which one was not (from 2 m away). 50/50 pretty much - which makes me happy. (Ofcourse up close anyone can see).

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Do you know which wrap product they used? I'm looking at potentially using Stek's
 

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