Keep Drifting Fun

This week Will removes his leaking s14 sunroof and replaces it with an Aluminum LRB Speed Delete Panel. The old sunroof wasn’t working with the Project Street s14 switching to more drift duty – especially with the limited headroom it creates. Will had tried to repair it in the past with some epoxy and a new seal – but that didn’t hold together because of cracks in the fiberglass retainer. So it was time to look for an alternative. The cheapest and best option looked to be the LRB Speed Sunroof Delete Panel. It was easy to install and made in the USA. Check out the video for the process.

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  • Mark

    December 19, 2017 at 1:50 pm |

    I think carbon fiber insert that goes from the inside is much better solution and you don’t need those ugly rivets.

  • Will Roegge

    December 20, 2017 at 5:49 pm |

    I don’t know of anyone who still makes the carbon insert panels unfortunately.

  • John Mays

    January 12, 2018 at 6:49 am |

    Was researching and just saw this vid. I might make a comment that G2 carbon makes a carbon fiber delete but i’m not sure i’d want it if its just being sealed with 3M like they say, being that I plan to track my 240, I think i’d rather weld on the lrb kit later. Here is the link i found. http://www.g2carbon.com/product/g2-carbon-s14-carbon-fiber-sunroof-delete/

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