More carbon goodies

Scaf

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Good progress, had a similar problem with the bumper on my sons VW, looked perfect, small nudge in a car park and half of it fell on the floor!
Will be worth it in the end especially with the carbon .
 

Gazcw

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SportsItalia don't remove the wheel but you do need round-ended Allen keys and it is fiddly.
Yeah you can see the screws just and I did think about it, but I would imagine the fiddling about takes longer than pulling the wheel and just dropping them on. Toying with the idea of getting a set of yours and having them hydrodipped in silver carbon to match my other trims now.
 

Bebs

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Haven’t had my ‘Stindig paddle’ upgrade fitted yet. Mind you, not driven the car for at least 6 weeks either..
 

Navcorr

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Just to flag that I have some very nice CNC black-anodised aluminium flappy paddles for sale at £125.00 in postage.

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They would be based on the ones in my car as per the photo. Unless someone wants to send me something different to model it from
Assuming these are a 1:1 carbon copy of Stindig's carbon paddles these may be of interests to 4200/GS bods.
The fixing positions align perfectly with only a minor modification needed to the lower column shroud.
The length of the paddles mean they sit directly behind the wheel - so not visible as per current paddles.
The paddles operate without contact with either wheel or wiper/indicator stalks.
 

stindig

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Assuming these are a 1:1 carbon copy of Stindig's carbon paddles these may be of interests to 4200/GS bods.
The fixing positions align perfectly with only a minor modification needed to the lower column shroud.
The length of the paddles mean they sit directly behind the wheel - so not visible as per current paddles.
The paddles operate without contact with either wheel or wiper/indicator stalks.
They were reversed engineered from my original carbon paddles so are 100% identical in size and shape