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    Default S-Bend conversion

    Does anyone do an S-Bend conversion anymore? Thanks in advance!!!!

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    There's a shop in Concord or Denver or Kannapolis, NC (all basically just north of Charlotte, NC) that might. If I recall, somewhere in the Star Race Cars documentation there's mention of the approved repair facility for carbon fiber damage and it's that shop. I live in South Carolina and thought "well, that's convenient if I ever need repairs". If you don't find the name, I'll look through my files to see if I can find it.

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    Crawford Composites in Denver, NC was the last place we sent one for repair. No clue if they can still make the conversion

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    Aerodine here in Indy. They do all of the repairs of the Indy tubs, and are also FAA certified.

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    Quote Originally Posted by R. Pare View Post
    Aerodine here in Indy. They do all of the repairs of the Indy tubs, and are also FAA certified.
    I am pretty sure that the S=Bend update requires a bulkhead that Aerodine would not have

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