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Old 12-09-2012, 04:44 PM
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How well does the MacCarbon CF match the OEM bits in the car? I'm looking to add paddles and steering wheel too but I think I'd rather the OEM to be sure. Let me know.
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Only the paddles and wheel on the car are MaCarbon, the rest is OEM. Everything matches perfectly.

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Looks great! Must be extremely loud with Kreissieg
Thanks! It is very loud on the outside from what I'm told...but inside the car, it is quite comfortable.

BTW the car is listed for sale on consignment if anyone is interested:

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Thanks for your reply Koop. So you'd highly recommend the MaCarbon paddles and wheel if I already have the rest of the OEM CF interior bits? If I could get the OEM paddles and wheel, should I do that instead? Wouldn't the CF color and pattern be closer with the OEM to the already existing OEM CF on the dash, door sills, center console, etc... I'd rather get an honest recommendation from someone that's already done it an seen it instead of a salesman's opinion... Cheers!
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Thanks for your reply Koop. So you'd highly recommend the MaCarbon paddles and wheel if I already have the rest of the OEM CF interior bits? If I could get the OEM paddles and wheel, should I do that instead? Wouldn't the CF color and pattern be closer with the OEM to the already existing OEM CF on the dash, door sills, center console, etc... I'd rather get an honest recommendation from someone that's already done it an seen it instead of a salesman's opinion... Cheers!
I like MaCarbon's wheel and paddles better than OEM. On the paddles, you can color match the "+" and "-" symbols to your car, so I was able to choose orange. On the wheel, you can opt for a thicker grip, 12 oclock ring, perforated leather, and various other options that aren't available on the OEM wheel. Again, the weave and color matches well and nobody can tell they are aftermarket, especially since the wheel and paddles have some distance between them and the surrounding OEM parts. I think if you were to install aftermarket pieces right next to OEM, for example on the center console, you may see some very slight variation. Everything from MAcarbon is quality though.
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is it alreadybfor sale?
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