Rebuilding A Wrecked 2014 Dodge Viper TA "TIME ATTACK" PART 4

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  • VEDEM RACING  (Nov 20, 2018))

    Every build gets better and better!

  • Van Johnson  (Dec 31, 2018))

    VEDEM RACING ^

  • fayed ricelyano  (Nov 20, 2018))

    Vedem racing goonzsquad must upgrade that garage like picture tv and some tool for work car

  • Papito  (Nov 21, 2018))

    I’ve never seen so many experts in the comment section 😂

  • Roger Gommert  (Jan 30, 2019))

    Oh, they're here buddy.

  • Gene Holmes  (Nov 20, 2018))

    Reinforce the backside of the hood!!!use bigger pieces

  • Torland Stylez  (Feb 2, 2019))

    Helping with your experience instead of criticizing would be better don't u think. Negative people don't belong here!

  • jack ofhearts  (Dec 25, 2018))

    If rhe inner structure is bonded on they may not be able to get to the backside.

  • Travis Rake  (Nov 20, 2018))

    You cannot do composite repair over paint. You gotta remove all paint from any area you gonna lay new patches. Please please research proper conposite repair. Cause that single layer over that big crack didnt re enforce anything

  • david pu'u  (Jan 2, 2019))

    Yep! Just asking for failure. The entire concept of fiberglass repair is removal of damage and replacement. What they just did is like placing a band aide on a compound fracture. Learning through doing is tough.

  • Crimson King  (Nov 20, 2018))

    Everyone is asking about the Camaro... If you actually paid attention to what they say in their videos all of you would know that they have to wait for the paint to harden for a couple of weeks before they can finish working on it... smdh

  • Jordan Johnson  (Apr 5, 2019))

    How dare you use common sense and logic in the YT Comment section!!

  • phrogaircrew  (Nov 22, 2018))

    Some of these kids just refuse to listen and retain anything.

  • P Star  (Nov 20, 2018))

    Bad repair! The crack needed to be ground down and tapered out to give you depth to add layers of fabric and epoxy. Drilling a hole at the end of the crack will prevent it from cracking any more if it flexes. By adding fabric on top like you did will give you a raised area with no structural integrity.

  • Krome5555  (Dec 6, 2018))

    So glad to have found and liked goonzsquad's channel. So many different types of people and different jobs that give so much different insight. I've learned so much from this channel and never felt confident doing my own paint work or repairing fiberglass or carbon fiber panels. Now I'm down to try it at least.

  • Nathaniel Mathies  (Nov 29, 2018))

    I personally would have cut pretty deep grooves laterally across the crack and veed out the crack and worked the carbon mat in. When they sand this flush it will probably only leave 4 or 5 strands in the crack and the rest will be ground away.You can also drill a bunch of small holes and repair the front and back sides at the same time to get a good bite.I wouldn't bother with vac bagging unless you want to leave it raw or clear coat. If you're painting carbon you can do a hand lay up.

  • Alejandro Merizalde  (Nov 20, 2018))

    you don't need to drill the ends of the crack, but you do need to sand down past the paint and into a top ply. I work on aviation composites and we would do what's called a Double Vaccuum Debulk method, however at the very least you can do a tapered (scarf) repair in Wich you sand at an angle down to the crack/tare. you then rebuild matching each layer in an alternative pattern, usually 0/45 degree is enough, and finish it off with a final cover ply about a half inch to an inch past the top ply. then y...

  • phrogaircrew  (Nov 21, 2018))

    I love all the carbon fiber experts posting in here. Who knew there were so many on youtube.Carbon fiber doesn't react to impacts like fiberglass and the damage doesn't work the same as fiberglass the repair is similarDo a coin tap test around the damaged areas on the hood. Carbon fiber really needs Non destructive testing to map out the complete damaged area, But It is just a hood the car could run.and drive without it, its not structural and it will be painted.Anyhow take a dime, nickle ect....

  • Alan Belloso  (Dec 31, 2018))

    Johnny p do not trust coin test. Faulty

  • russel finch  (Nov 28, 2018))

    Delamination in fibres is weakness.

  • mindmantv  (Nov 20, 2018))

    hi. one suggestion. please pay a bit more attention to the volume of the music in comparison with the rest of the audio. :P music is super loud! (and perhaps find some more tunes...... please!) Boom!

  • jeremy jensen  (Nov 24, 2018))

    I agree, sometimes the music can be a bit too loud.

  • Carbon fibre is conductive hence the earth straps ;-)