If a little carbon fiber is good then a lot of carbon fiber must be better, right? Realistically I think it is easy to go overboard with this kind of stuff but I’m trying not to. I got a few parts from MACarbon and I think that’s going to be it for awhile.
I had considered carbon fiber mirrors but I opted for the triangle trim pieces next to them instead. I also did the small triangle trim on the interior corners of the front windows. Lastly I replaced the plastic interior sill plates with carbon fiber versions. One regret that I had was not getting the carbon fiber door sill plates. But I think replacing the interior sills is a solid compromise and you can still see them with the doors closed (when you’re inside the car).
Doing these projects always gives me some anxiety because things always takes longer than I think they will (should) and something always goes comically wrong. This time around a mounting clip fell into an impossibly small hole and I spent about an hour fishing it out with a magnet. Other than that everything went as well as I could have hoped and I think the finished result was absolutely worth the effort.