Budget Lotus Evora Pt 14 – Fiberglass Repairs

In this episode we work on using the side body panel as a mold for the bulkhead and connect the two with fiberglass. While working on that we work on finishing up the door repairs with body filler and high filler primer, while also taking a look at our damaged front clamshell.

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Music:
00:58 – TFLM – Wave From Me
04:19 – Mysteryos & Ex3ptions – Healing Soul
06:32 – Inukshuk – We Were Infinite
09:27 – Sekai – Cave (ft. Lynz Munich)
13:24 – Steve Cherry – Motivation
17:11 – JPB & MYRNE – Feels Right (ft. Yung Fusion)

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43 Comments

  1. The problem with fg on fg is that you only get a mechanical bond. To get a chemical bond you need to reactivate the fg. You can use acetone to do this but it weakens the base material a bit. The best is a monomer ( can’t remember the full name). This gives the best mechanical and chemical bond.
    I like the idea of scented wax 🙂

  2. Not sure if anyone else advised you on this and i know i am pretty late with the suggestion but when removing the protective vinyl/window tint, use a steamer (clothes steamer) to soften the glue and the removal process will be a lot easier. You might think the heat gun would be better but in reality it makes the glue too gooey and leaves a residue and only works in a small space. Love your videos.

  3. I know that this may be a few years late but when you are molding fiberglass, and don't want it to stick to the mold you can use saran wrap. When you are done just sand what is stuck to your part that you molded off. The only time that I have ever used the stand glass is when I have to do a lot of build up in a small area. they make a repair kit that has the glass in the gel with a filler also for small repairs like cracks.

  4. Once you go wet sanding you will never want to dry sand again. I wet sand everything now, so good. works on every sanding project not just for finishing work, any level can be made not only easier but dust free for the most part. I wet sand without a mask sometimes because there really isn't much if any airborne dust when you wet sand. I was basically like, wet sanding, where have you been all my life.

  5. my honest suggestion, there is only a certain level of perfection a human hand can do on bodywork, since you will have minor imperfections, please PLEASE wrap the car. it will look great and hide any of that

  6. yo bro just to kind of maybe help you out hop on YouTube go over to the Eastwood companies YouTube channel and check out the paintucation video series that Kevin Gates puts out it is amazing and it will more than likely help you with 99% of what you're doing it looks like you're really doing your due diligence and there's also some really cool products that Eastwood makes that would probably help so much for what you're doing

  7. When are you going to build a car rather then just repair one?
    What do you do an electric car or truck build or conversation? It would be cool to see you make and app for your car like remote controlled valet parking thru you phone for example.

  8. I would suggest that you don't sand in straight lines as that creates low spots. You should sand in an alternating "X" patterns much as possible. In another note you should use body filler glaze to fill in scratches and small pin holes in the body filler.

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