Yes, they wrapped it since they prototyped it. From reading on their website it doesn't seem like it's very hard to wrap one.
The color is also a tiny bit lighter than the airbag. It's their charcoal colored leather, the next option was black but obviously that would have looked way off. The color difference is a little exaggerated with the camera flash. It's still alot better than what was on there before, which was way off. It was almost completely black before I did this.
Ok! So time for a bit of an update... I've had some more time to work on this thing so here's where I'm at now:
I finished getting 90% of the interior back together. I ordered all of the little things I needed from 3SX to button up almost everything. I also ordered some Stri gauges from Terry at Maximal to throw in the stock location. Once I get those in and installed I'll get some updated pics of the interior.
Then, contemplating what was next, I was going to start on the suspension. However, since the subframes will be getting pulled to be sandblasted and powdercoated, I wanted to at least get the engine bay painted before I started that - just in case there was overspray.
So on Tuesday I started with this:
And by Thursday I ended up with this:
So now I'm bringing the trailer here tomorrow afternoon to bring the car over to my buddy's shop to have the engine bay painted. And here is the color:
Ferrari Rosso Fiorano Red! I reall like how it looks different shades of red in different lighting situations. I figured I might as well have some fun with it! What do you guys think?
Looks great! Are you using the black leather seats in your pic? You mentioned new leather seats. Also what is the "bar" in front of your seats?
They're actually charcoal seats, not black. What I'm actually planning on doing when I get new leather, is going two-tone on the seats. Probably charcoal with a light beige insert. The bar that you saw is actually a mid-chassis brace. The previous owner had it when I bought the car, but I honestly just threw it away. If I get really serious into some HPDE track days with this thing I'll just end up throwing an Autopower roll-bar in it.
Originally Posted by TwIzTeD_3kGt
Nice build, looks like you're keeping it pretty simple and doing a good job at it. What are you going to be tuning with?
Thanks! I'm planning on going with an AEM EMS, and probably taking it to Ray to have him tune it. I'm probably going to keep it in the 450 - 500 awhp range just so that I can learn the car and really get comfortable driving it before I go too ridiculous with the power.
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