MaierEV Tesla Model S Front spoiler

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Maier Corporation bildades 1969 som Maier Racing Enterprise Inc.
Idag är Maier Racing en division av Maier Corporation.
En annan ny division är Maier EV för divisionen Electric Vehicle Parts & Accessories.

Maier har mer än 50 års erfarenhet av att designa, utveckla och tillverka delar för bilar, både inom racing och för vanligt privat bruk.


Tesla Model S - MaierEV "Carbon fiber front spoiler"

Spoilern finns i "Black gel coat" och "Clear" finish.
Alla delar tillverkas från början på samma vis, gelcoat som första lager, sedan polyesterharts med förstärkningarna av kolfiber, sedan ett lager av glasfiber och slutligen ett ytterligare lager av kolfiber.
Därefter kommer slutfinishen vilket antingen är en svart- eller en klar gelcoat.
Den klara kräver betydligt mycket mer jobb och kostar därför också mer. Där får ni en klassisk blank- och djup finish med den snygga kolfibern synlig. Den svarta/mörkgråa kan med fördel lackas eller wrappas i önskad färg. Kontakta oss gärna om ni vill ha hjälp med detta.

Maiers produkter tillverkas för hand där perfektion eftersträvas, men även om Maier har för avsikt att lämna ifrån sig perfekta delar så kan dessa handgjorda produkter ha mindre imperfektioner och brister i finishen.


Maiers egna ord:

CARBON FIBER FRONT SPOILER FOR TESLA MODEL S

Details: We use plain weave Toray carbon fiber 3k TOE, 200gsm dry. This is woven by Composite Fabrics of America in Taylorsville, NC. We also use a layer of fiberglass in the middle for impact or damage stability. We use polyester resins & clear gel coat for Marine applications to address the UV stability. NOTE: We have made epoxy parts for years. Many will argue that epoxy is the only true quality product. I would have agreed PRIOR to this project. These parts see the daylight and sun year round. Very few products do well in the sunlight “even with” UV stabilizers. We have found the down side to epoxy is they don’t work well in the sun and with paints. Everyone says using Polyurethane paints over epoxy are the way to go. These statements are WAY to general and in our experience, not 100% accurate. While many people may wrinkle their noses at the polyester, we are rolling with it and believe this is the best material for the application.

While we strive for perfect parts yet these parts are hand made and it is not unusual to find pin holes or imperfections in the finish.

We make these here in California by hand. Our goal is to make perfect parts yet, subtle distortions in the weave or pin holes in the gel coat are not unusual.
With the right materials, the install is relatively easy with: 3M adhesive promoter #06396 and double sided tape #06383. The part is designed to be bolted under the nose in 6 locations with 2 sided tape on the top leading edge. We would also suggest using 3M helicopter tape to protect the front surface from rock chips and road abstractions, 3M polyurethane protective tape 8674.

We make all of our spoilers the same way. Clear gel coat, carbon fiber, then fiberglass in the middle for some damage toughness, and finally carbon fiber. When the part comes out of the molds, they need to get some refinishing and touch up work done. If there are un-repairable imperfections in the finish, like serious distortions in the carbon weave, we will primer it gray or black and sell it at a discount. In this case the customer will paint it the same color as the car or vinyl wrap it. It is a good quality part with a primer or painted surface to cover up cosmetic imperfections.