GT-R Carbon Fiber Rear Seat by Stanley Ku

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In my search for information while writing the article on Tecnocraft, I came upon this picture of on Carbon Fiber Gear, which is a cool site that showcases anything related to carbon fiber. This is picture of a carbon fiber rear seat replacement for the R35 GT-R that Password JDM/Tecnocraft is currently developing. The general contour follows their T1 seats that I have featured recently. The slimmer profile makes the rear seats slightly more usable. I really don’t see how anyone can sit in the back besides kids. I hope there will be at least some sort of padding in the production version for those of us who are small enough to fit in back. It will make a very bumpy and uncomfortable ride if there weren’t and you will definitely end up with 2 sore butt cheeks. Haha.

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Tecnocraft + Gallardo by Stanley Ku

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Tecnocraft is the company that is responsible for the seats that I mentioned earlier. Tecnocraft is actually a branch of Password JDM. For those who are not familiar with Password JDM, they mainly specialize in carbon and kevlar composite parts for Honda’s and Nissan’s, but they are not only limited to just that. Utilizing the same experiences and technologies, Tecnocraft is a branch of Password JDM that develops and manufactures composite parts that cater to high-end cars such as Lamborghini’s.


Their current demo car is a Lamborghini Gallardo that has been entirely carbonized with their extensive line of products for the car. In the engine bay, the hatch assembly, panels, and intake assembly are all replaced by dry carbon parts. The hood and inner hood bin are constructed out of dry carbon as well. The car is equipped with dry carbon front splitter, underbody panels, diffuser, and adjustable wing assembly to provide additionally stability at high speeds. As a result, the Gallardo was able to shed roughly 350 lbs. to make it even lighter than the Superleggera by 200 lbs. That is a very impressive to say the least.



Tecnocraft is currently working on a few other cars so stay tuned for more carbon goodies.

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