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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 08-19-2009, 07:58 PM Thread Starter
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besteem carbon

Anybody out there bought carbon from these guys? How good is the quality and fitment? Looking at the heel guards and exh guard. Or where else can i buy carbon goodies. cheers
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Hey Bennywell,
I haven't purchased anything from Besteem, however I have purchased a lot from Carbonworld.de and they great quality carbon with great fitment aswell.

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A lot of members here speak highly of a site sponsor Vesuvio. They are closed for a few weeks at the moment but I'm about to give them a try myself as soon as they re-open.

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Bestem is a maybe yes - maybe no thing. I have a meter cover I am happy with.
The one thing I can say is I have heard they have been really good about returns if you aren't satisfied.
Price is right, but quality is a 50/50 chance.

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I got a keyguard, upper and lower chain guards, injector covers and air ducts (the expensive ones) from Vesuvio.
Quality on the chain guards and injector covers was good. Perfect fitment.
The keyguard doesn't fit perfectly - it's too tight against the top of the ignition barrel. This leaves it popping up a bit in the back. No big deal, though.
The air ducts fit well. You need to drill them, though. They don't come pre-drilled. The carbon lay is very good - no loose weaves or botched joints. The clear coat has some minor imperfections (bubbles), but is consistent thickness and seems to be styaing clear (not yellowing)

Overall I'm happy with Vesuvio.
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post #6 of 7 (permalink) Old 08-20-2009, 07:59 AM
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Carbon world is AWESOME STUFF! I want to try besteem because of the prices but then I say NAH because of the prices hate to find it to cheap loooking
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If only heal guard or exhaust shields, then use bestem other pieces go carbonworld


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