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  • Acrylic for Glass?

    Not Engine related, but I dont really know where else to post it since it is
    performance related.

    I want that kind of hatch glass. What is typically used? Acrylic?
    That would take off quite abit of weight. And it doesnt look bad!
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    Polycarbonite/Lexan

    The big down site is it scratches easily and gets foggy over time. You would be re-polishing it at least once a year on a summer-only car...

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    • #3
      Jason84NA2T wrote: Polycarbonite/Lexan

      The big down site is it scratches easily and gets foggy over time. You would be re-polishing it at least once a year on a summer-only car...
      What if you clear coat it? Maybe that can help.

      :?: does it get fogged up because of UV?
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      • #4
        Lexan is definatly what you want as it resists scratches and shattery crack effect.

        At least over plexi

        Terrible idea putting those wheels on...

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