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  2. lamboperth
    06-20-2017 01:14 PM - permalink
  3. lamboperth
    06-20-2017 01:04 PM - permalink
    Hi mark,
    I forgot to add if you got to the perth hydrographics face book page you can see more carbon fibre work, I think from memory, if you want a lighter carbon fibre look like mine, you have the engine cover painted silver and the transparent carbon fibre film goes on top. If the engine covers are left black, then you get a darker look, Perth hydrographic felt that with the black covers, the carbon fibre print did not 'pop' enough. I agree with them, The lighter carbon fibre look makes the darker lambo engine standout more.
  4. lamboperth
    06-20-2017 12:53 PM - permalink
    Hi mark,
    as you can see, my hydrographic dipping/water transfer is on the LP engine plastic covers. I have forgotten what the pre lp covers look like.
    This usa site shows the carbon fibre weave available. This company is a supplier, but apparently can direct you to hydrographic printers in your area.Their carbon fibre weave appears similar to mine but a bit darker,but a good dipper can achieve the same result.
    If you go to the site of my dipper, you can see what I have on my engine covers. it is a carbon fibre twill weave.
    Welcome to Perth Hydrographics

    yes the cost was $600. Cheap, even if was $1000 compared to the factory carbon fibre covers at $6000- eek!
    trust of some help.
  5. Naughtius Maximus
    06-20-2017 12:03 PM - permalink
    Naughtius Maximus
    I've just seen your carbon dipped engine plastics. They look amazing!!! Are you serious that it only costs about $500 to get that done to the original [nasty, very dark green trying to be black] engine plastics? What sort of industry would I search for in the USA to find someone to do them? A painter/powdercoater? or is it something a wrap company would do?

    Cheers, Mark
  6. Kwan
    01-25-2017 03:11 AM - permalink
    Nice thread you got on Sticky, very academic. Thanks
    I just start sharing some videos as well, would you be able to exchange some knowledge if I need your help to create more educational videos. I am just trying to learn more and share with other.

    Let me know
    Here is my thread;

  7. SanjaySchulz
    10-16-2016 04:20 AM - permalink
    I hope you are doing fine.
    I have been reading this thread
    and I noticed on the last page that you mentioned a document that has 2,200 OBD codes for Lamborghini.
    The link no longer works but I was wondering if you downloaded it and may be able to share it with me?

    Thank you very much and have a great day!
  8. Vergis
    01-04-2016 08:18 AM - permalink
    Hi Lamboperth

    I see from an earlier posting you have an LP560 workshop manual?

    Would you be able to upload it to my fileshare please ?

    Thanks for your advise on fuel pumps etc. Helped very much.

    Best Wishes

  9. fabo
    08-20-2015 06:46 PM - permalink
    Hi John

    Loosley thinking about TT my lambo.
    What would I be looking at $$....did you use Ramspeed?

    thanks Joe
  10. lamboperth
    11-12-2013 12:16 PM - permalink
    Hi Wen,

    suggest you also sign up with same user name on the lambo-power forum.

    Some good stuff there on normal gallardos and also TT Gallardo's.

    Lambo Power -> Discussion Groups


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  • About lamboperth
    Born 1947, worked internationally in oil industry- USA/ UK/SE Asia/S.America/Australia/Middle East
    Perth , western australia
    rocks,Lamborghini Gallardo, E type Jaguar, Audi RS6, fishing
    retired petroleum geologist/geophysicist
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    John Kopcheff
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    2011 Gallardo LP560-4 coupe, grigio lynx, e-gear 5.2L V10 UR S3 TT, 800-1275whp, Stasis 390/355 mm rotors, Grand Champion Racewars2017
    2009 Gallardo LP560-4 coupe, grigio lynx, e-gear 5.2L V10,380mm Girodisc front rotors, KLA e-gear paddles.
    2009 Audi RS6 sedan, phantom black, auto, 5.0L V10 TT-750 bhp, 750 ft-lbs, APR map, MTM -405/356 mm rotors.
    1969 Jaguar XKE roadster, midnight blue, manual, 5.1L 6cyl-356 bhp,415 ft-lbs
    2006 Toyota LandCruiser, white, auto, 4.2L 6 cyl turbo diesel


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