Carbon fiber Maserati Engine Cover
  • Made for an individual with a Ghibli
  • Mold Process: Splash Mold
  • Layup Process: Infusion
  • This engine cover was made for an individual who owned a Maserati Ghibli.  He assured CF that he was by no means a millionaire and had worked hard for years to afford his dream car.  To make it just a little more special, he wanted a custom carbon fiber engine cover made at a reasonable cost.  Using the splash molding process, CF was able to make this dream a reality for less than $1,000.

Existing Part

Carbon Fiber Maserati Valve Cover

This is the OEM engine cover dissembled to show all components.

Splash Mold

Fiberglass Splash Mold for a Maserati Engine Cover

We pulled a fiberglass splash mold from the original Maserati Engine Cover.

Lay-Up

Complete engine cover carbon fiber infusion layup

After completion of the mold, a resin infusion was performed to replicate the original engine cover in carbon fiber.

Final Part

Carbon fiber Maserati Engine Cover

Once pulled from the mold and trimmed, the original hardware was remounted to the carbon part and ready for shipment!

Final Installation

Installed Carbon Fiber Maserati Engine cover

The engine cover is shown installed in the engine bay of the Maserati Ghibli. Home at last.

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