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About Anderson Composites

Anderson Composites specializes in fiberglass and carbon fiber components for late-model domestic makes and models. The company manufactures custom carbon fiber auto parts for each of their products with the utmost attention to detail; they use top-grade materials for a quality product you can trust. Extensive manufacturing experience allows AC to construct everything from hoods, trunk lids, spoilers, side rockers, lip kits, to more complex pieces like doors in both fiberglass and carbon fiber.

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Anderson Composites

Anderson Composites, the domestic arm of well-known sport compact composite manufacturer Seibon Carbon, is able to create this comprehensive catalog of parts, then provide the manufacturing expertise to provide precision-crafted carbon-fiber and fiberglass components.

The company provides impeccable attention to detail, which is critical to maintaining quality when building lightweight body parts that have intricate shapes and sizes. Their research and development team invests the time and effort to produce a part that is beautiful and functional.

Anderson Composites’ research and development team understands that the foundation for performance starts with how a product is made. They take pride in innovative and cutting-edge production processes that make the possibilities endless. Precision and attention to detail Anderson Composites uses to make its products is a science of its own their craftsmanship is simply unmatched.

The Carbon Fiber hoods by Anderson Composites are another choice for your Mustang, Camaro, Corvette, Challenger, Viper, Wrangler, Trans Am ad Ram. Carbon fiber hoods can be as little as one-fifth the weight of your original steel hood and result in better acceleration, stopping and turning and become more fuel efficient and if you are a racing enthusiast you know how important those things are. Or customize your Corvette C7 with a Carbon Fiber hood vent from Anderson Composites and give it an eye-catching look and in addition increase your car’s performance when you release the hot air that carries less oxygen and causes a reduction in your engine’s power. Give your Dodge Challenger that aerodynamic race car look with carbon fiber front chin spoilers and rear spoilers from Anderson Composites and increase your Challenger’s grip on the road and have a car that sticks better the faster it goes. And if you are a Jeep Wrangler owner consider the Anderson Composites carbon fiber hood and front grill for aesthetic appeal and lighter weight for improved performance.

If you have ever laid fiberglass you know how difficult it is and in order to get a pristine look it must be done properly and Anderson Composites knows just how to handle the cloth and materials so that they can complete even the most intricate job expertly. Because fiberglass is a product that has a long life expectancy it is a perfect solution if you have problems with environmental extremes since it stands up to these. A perusal of the LMPERFORMANCE web site will introduce you to the potpourri of aftermarket aerodynamic additions available in this material from Anderson Composites, parts like hoods, front upper grilles, front bumpers and rocker panels or rear spoilers for your Mustang, or rear diffusers to help ease the high velocity that occurs under your car, reducing drag and increasing the downforce.

Anderson Composites FAQS

  • Do I need to have a professional install my carbon fiber components? We highly recommend a professional that is experienced with fiberglass and carbon fiber components perform installation for a quality fit.
  • Can I paint over carbon fiber? Yes, you may paint over our carbon fiber components provided the surface is prepped correctly - free of dirt and grease etc. Consult with a professional painter for recommendations.
  • Can I add a protective film to carbon fiber? Yes, you can add protective films to our carbon fiber components to help protect against abrasion and road wear. Consult with manufacturer or installer for recommendations.
  • Can I add a custom wrap to my carbon fiber? Yes, you can have wrap material installed on your carbon fiber, however, too much heat used for installation or removal can damage the resin surface. Consult a professional installer for recommendations.
  • Can I add ceramic coating to the carbon fiber? Yes, you can add ceramic coating to our carbon fiber components to help protect the surface from abrasion and enhance the high luster, show-quality finish. Consult with manufacturer or installer for recommendations.
  • Do I need to install hood pins? Yes. All hoods require hood pins for safety reasons. Anderson Composites will not be liable for any damages to the product and the vehicle caused by not properly using hood pins.
  • Do I need to remove OEM hood struts when installing a composite hood? Yes. We always recommend the factory hood struts be removed when installing a composite hood. Factory struts are rated for a heavier hood.
  • Do I need to use a heat shield when installing a composite hood? Yes. Anderson Composites requires the use of heat shields for all carbon fiber and fiberglass hoods. Heat shields help avoid pre-mature aging of the product. We offer heat shields on our website.
  • What is colored carbon fiber? Color tinted "carbon fiber" fabric is made with Kevlar. Anderson Composites carbon fiber fabric is woven with 3k 2x2, 100% carbon fiber, resulting with a black and grey appearance. We do not offer color tinted carbon fiber components.
  • Do you have hood, decklid and rocker installation videos for reference? Yes. Please visit our YouTube channel to view applicable videos for hoods, decklids, rocker panels, spoilers and fenders.
  • Do I inspect the product upon delivery? Yes. Do not let the delivery person leave without your full product inspection. You have 24 hours to make a claim against the shipping company if the product is damaged. Buyer must inspect the packaging and the products carefully upon receiving them, even if the carton appears to be okay. Then accept the shipment and notate any damages and irregularities, such as crushed, torn, punctured, or broken parts on both the packaging and the product, on the freight bill or receipt at the driver’s presence. Buyer must retain all cartons, packing materials, and damaged products for the carrier’s damage inspector to inspect. A signed receipt without any notation indemnified the carrier as well as Anderson Composites from any further damage claims. Discovery of damages after a clear delivery becomes the responsibility of the customer.
  • All damages must be notified to carrier and the dealer within 24 hours. In cases of damage with proper notation on receipt, the carrier will determine whether to pay for repair cost or replacement value of the damaged goods after damage inspection. Replacement value is the amount the buyer paid to the distributor and is not negotiable. All disputes about the settlement amount should be addressed with the carrier. Anderson Composites, under no circumstances, shall be liable for the damaged product or for subsequent settlement of the claim with the carrier.
  • Cracks have appeared on my composite part, is this covered by any warranty? Cracks are caused by an outside force and not a result of the material we use or our manufacturing process. Common causes are slamming or dropping the hood, decklid or doors, re-installing gas shocks/dampers/struts on hoods and decklids or not installing a heat shield on the hood. Composite products will not sustain heavy force or weight, for they could be cracked by such force or weight.
  • I just received my carbon fiber part, do I need to clear coat it before installation? No additional clear coat is required. Our carbon fiber parts are manufactured by spraying a coat of marine grade resin with UV inhibitors on the mold, sheets of carbon fiber fabric are laid out across the mold and then a final coat of resin is applied on the fabric before being placed inside a vacuum sealed bag to cure (provides an excellent fabric-to-resin ratio). Once cured, the part is removed from the mold, trimmed and a final coat of gel coat with UV inhibitors applied and polished to protect the surface and increase the high luster finish.
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