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Author Subject: Maxi/dimma kit
Cjwatson27

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Post #1
Hi I'm thinking of jumping on the maxi/dimma body kit band wagon where are you guys getting your kit from seen a few posts about people buying moulds, is anyone on here making them ?

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Posted 9th Apr 2017 at 21:31
gnrlee Forum Owner

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Post #2
I have the Dimma moulds for rear quarters
Front wings (but will be making better moulds of these asap)
Dimma front (new shape like puglovers) and rear Bumper
Side skirts can be made from chopped down skirts!
But i do have some to mould!

Price wise im not sure at the moment those front bumpers are a pita to do and wouldnt look forward to making another one of these,...
This one is Birks

Im not sure whats happening with it all yet,.. i have loads on and my own projects to do so best i can say at this point in time is watch this space
If you want to know what the fitment of my kit is like check out Twangys thread Thumbs up

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Posted 9th Apr 2017 at 22:03
Cjwatson27

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Cool mate, spent a loads on my gti6 having it converted to a v6, and it still looks like any other tatty 306 so think i need to take the dive

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Posted 9th Apr 2017 at 22:46
gnrlee Forum Owner

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Post #4
Keep an eye one the threads i may knock stuff out as and when
But at the moment I have my hands full
Im helping out a few friends and doing my own kit but from there I dont know whats happening!
Maxi motorsport may be your best port of call,..

I'll be making mine in carbon fibre and kevlar for strenth and weight reduction Cool
Im making a Carbon bonnet 1st though! Which is taking forever


This needs cleaning up and tidying as you can see pretty busy LOL

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Posted 9th Apr 2017 at 23:35
Cjwatson27

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Looks good mate cheers for the heads up

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Posted 9th Apr 2017 at 23:34
Twangy

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gnrlee wrote:
Keep an eye one the threads i may knock stuff out as and when
But at the moment I have my hands full
Im helping out a few friends and doing my own kit but from there I dont know whats happening!
Maxi motorsport may be your best port of call,..

I'll be making mine in carbon fibre and kevlar for strenth and weight reduction Cool
Im making a Carbon bonnet 1st though! Which is taking forever


This needs cleaning up and tidying as you can see pretty busy LOL


will have to lend bonnet inner mould of you to make some carbon inners mate ,as save me making one of bonnet i got Thumbs up

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wayne mcardle
Posted 17th Apr 2017 at 22:34
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Thumbs up

It looks alot tidier now still some work to do here and there!

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Posted 18th Apr 2017 at 08:21
gretsch-drummer

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Post #8
If you ever need a 2nd pair of hands when you're making these I'd love to come down and help out and see how you make these fibre panels in person. Looks great.

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Posted 24th Apr 2017 at 20:34
gnrlee Forum Owner

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Sure thing Gretsch Thumbs up

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Posted 26th Jul 2017 at 09:03
306cabby

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Post #10
Hey,
I see someone had molds for the dimma kit? These seem to hard to find.
I have a 306 cabriolet im currently working on, does anyone still have these molds thay can be done for me? Or do we know of anywhere I can pick a kit up from?
Posted 23rd Jul 2020 at 16:31
gnrlee Forum Owner

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hey 306cabby,.

It's me that has the Dimma Moulds

however mine are for the 3dr hatch and would require a lot of work to fabricate the rear quarter on the Cabbys

Maxi Motorsport might be able to help you Hmm

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