Ferrari glass engine cover




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  • I'm hoping someone here on the board has experience with a spider glass engine cover. I've seen and love the Capristo version on the.

    The Capristo Engine Bonnet in Carbon & Glass for the Ferrari Spider replaces the standard component with a glass window that allows you to see into the.

    Enquire today to order a Capristo Engine Bonnet / Cover in Carbon Fiber & Glass for your Ferrari Spider. Scuderia Car Parts has competitive prices and.

    Ferrari glass engine cover

    Ferrari glass engine cover

    Then we will have a look and see if we can build one using our current forms. It will look special too. If you send it out for paint the body shop you pick would easily install it. To move fast as if driven by the wind. The exhaust system lies free and is constantly cooled with air.

    Ferrari glass engine cover

    Ferrari glass engine cover

    Ferrari glass engine cover

    Ferrari glass engine cover

    Ferrari glass engine cover

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    Reply Page 1 of 2 1 2. Just received an email from Capristo, looks like they have developed a glass engine cover for the Spider.

    To move fast as if driven by the wind. Need to see some more images to see now it integrates with the overall design. Taz Terry Phillips Present: Please share the specs when they're available. I'm thinking the additional weight of the window and partial view of the engine at least in the Spider shown to allow for the hard top? Losing the window in the made no sense - unless they are saving it for the 18M.

    Ferrari glass engine cover

    Looks very nice though. There's one big problem with this aside from the cost and getting it painted to match. If you have Sat Nav, it won't work with this. The Sat Nav is a big black box stuck to the inner side or the hatch that would basically cover half of the glass here, not to mention how you would install it to the glass without screw holes and how to put in the antenna.

    To me, it seems like an awful lot of work for the payoff. You might was well buy a MpC spider because you would see just about as much "engine" from under it's glass. Capristo may just be one step ahead of Ferrari - perhaps it will be a standard on the special editions. I have seen a with carbon intake manifold, so they already have all the parts now.

    Ferrari glass engine cover

    I think it looks a little "chintzy" with the glass. The decklid hommage to the F rocks. You're driving a Ferrari - others don't need to see the engine to know you rule. It's like a supermodel hiking up her skirt for the world to see.

    Sandy Eggo is offline. Originally Posted by sandy eggo View Post. The decklid hommage to the f rocks. You're driving a ferrari - others don't need to see the engine to know you rule. Capristo Exhaust is offline. Do did a good job. For me it looks like very professional and harmonic.

    Again very well done - Ferrari backed off a highly desired feature. I can only imagine that design board meeting where the latest Capristo pictures are hanging. Capristo is the new Shelby to Ferrari. Someone should have told them the engine is under the other lid just in front Apart from glassing the wrong lid, I think Capristo is a good company with good products. Best exhaust I've had but I miss a titanium option.

    Ferrari glass engine cover

    Watch out for Akrapvic, they make very high end exhausts in titanium. Like Capristo, they also document their power increase.

    Going back to the lid, I too feel good vibes on the design homage on the Spider. Salve, Capo The bad news: Time flies The good news: I'm the pilot You cannot make life longer but you can make it wider and higher.

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