You can beat the factory at it’s own game!
For those few who own a 997 GT3 RS 4.0, good on you …
For the rest, thankfully, there is G.M.G. Racing. The team, a force to be reckoned with in the World Challenge series, also builds some wicked street cars.
Commissioned by an owner who had his eye on the GT3 RS 4.0, this particular GT3 RS 3.8 was sent to G.M.G. for an increase in displacement and an attitude adjustment.
Shown below is our custom carbon fiber door sills autographed by the GMG team’s engine builders and our made-to-order ‘Guards Red’ and Carbon Fiber Air Vents
Kudos to G.M.G. for their recent win in Long Beach!!
Why re-cycle when you can re-sell?
We are a green company …. we recycle our products in the conventional way and some not so conventional, we do eBay …. check out our eBay listings here
Porsche, above all else
Our long-time customer Craig had a vision.
To update his 996 GT2 into the ultimate GT2 RSR!
While styling cues taken from the 911 GT1 inspired it’s design, thoughts of a modern version of Porsche’s iconic 935 inspired its inception.
The idea could only happen in a dream.
Five years in the making, 911 design turned this nearly eleven hundred horsepower dream into a reality.
Although they started with parts sourced from DP Motorsport, the guys at 911 design custom fabricated virtually every other body component in house. Forming carbon fiber components from scratch as well as the design and construction of a full roll cage were among the fabrication skills involved. The cage is built with such subtlety that it isn’t apparent at first glance. Quite a shame to cover such beautiful work in Alcantara!
Inside, among the leather and Carrera GT seats you will find our full 996 interior package. All done in ‘weapon’s grade’ matte finish to fit the competition theme of this car.
Craig came to us for many of his carbon fiber needs. We really enjoy working customers like him, those who love cars and know what they want.
So Craig, What’s your next project?
Along came a Spyder
We recently had a customer bring his Audi R8 by for some carbon
upgrades. This customer recently purchased this stunning 2012 Audi
R8 V10 Spyder for a really good price since the 2014′s are comming soon.
Life is good!
We installed the following MAcarbon carbon parts:
-Front Center Console
-Rear Center Console
-Gear Shift Circle
-Shift Knob Cap
You can see all of our carbon for the Audi R8 on our website here:
Audi R8 Product Line
Here are some pictures of the car, install and finished product.
Angry Mob of Bulls?
To celebrate Lamborghini’s Fiftieth, a road rally to Palm Springs was in order. Organized by Karlton Spindle, as a West Coast pre-cursor to the upcoming celebration in Italy.
Karlton used this event as an opportunity to introduce his
From the meeting point at the Cask ‘n Cleaver, Rancho Cucamonga … we headed east on 10 … we tried to keep our foot off the floor and stay mid pack (or mid-mob!)
This Mob of Bulls took two laps around Palm Springs gaining much attention from pedestrians and other drivers alike.
Do you want to know what its like to have the Paparazzi chase you, then run with two dozen Lambos!
After a wonderful lunch at the Riviera we mingled with fellow enthusiasts.
Thanks to everyone we met!
This Lambo is the car of one happy customer who bought parts and had John install them on the spot!
A year in the making …
… today we launch our new revised website. Working with our web developers, we have improved navigation and have incorporated links to all of our social media sites. Improving navigation was our first phase of revision. As time allows, the second phase will involve revising the format of the product pages, in order to bring you more product information at your fingertips. MAcarbon, like it’s website will continue to evolve strive for perfection.
When driving from Los Angeles to San Francisco there are ways to avoid the monotony of Highway 5. One way is to take HWY 101, at least there are some interesting cities to stop at. But it’s just another boring highway, road-wise. Why not try John’s favorite road? It is Highway 25, the part that runs up the coastal mountain range. As you head north on 5, take HWY 198 West at Harris Ranch. Once past the oil fields and the town of Coalinga you find the twisties. The AMG was fun but this road is really built for our 911 or something smaller like an old Alfa Spider! Although 198 continues on to HWY101, if you hang a right on Highway 25 you will not regret it. Wide open and deserted are the words to describe this road! Just be careful as there are lots of working ranches on each side. Take some time for a hike at the Pinnacles National Park if you so chose. Once you hit Hollister, it is back to reality. But this route will make you look forward to traveling the length of California, just watch your speed!
Where are all those Lambos going? …. To Palm Springs, and the beautiful Riviera Hotel and Spa of course!
Lamborghini clubs from all over the west are rallying to this inaugural event. Come meet John and Lane, of MAcarbon.
Take a picture with us, at the event and send it in to get some MAcarbon goodies!
Look for our Porsche 996 Shop Car!
The McLaren Mercedes SLR is some car!
It is some car to work on too …. Optimized for performance, you will find the battery below the trunk floor to lower the center of gravity. Performance is the primary design element in this car. This optimization extends to a vast use of Carbon Fiber within the chassis structure. Working on this car is much like an ‘operation’ …. exposing the carbon structure takes the skill and patience of a surgeon!
You will soon see the SLR back in one piece …. and back on the road!