675LT | Spider

McLaren 675LT Carbon Fiber Parts Catalog.

The McLarenbits parts are lightweight, stiff, heat resistant, durable with high mechanical specifications as we produce our components with the dry carbon fiber "prepreg" technology.

McLarenbits aftermarket carbon fiber parts catalog for the McLaren 675lt Coupe & Spider:

Front end:

To upgrade the front end, we have the front bumper assembly, the front lip, the stock design or P1 bonnet, the vented front fenders. To restyle to 688HS, we supply the long tail design complete front bumper.

Side panel:

To repair or upgrade your 675lt, we provide the side skirt, side intake blade, side mirror caps, and quarter panels.

Interior component:

Interior trim set as the steering wheel, center console, windows switch panel entrance panel, Senna seats.

Rear-end:

To repair the rear end, we have the rear bumper diffuser, the 675lt long-tail spoiler, the p1 design wing, and the engine covers.

Performance and exhaust:

We have the Novitec power stages with exhaust and catalyst converter and the Tneer Valvetronic exhaust; both systems are high-grade stainless steel.

Wheel and suspension:

McLarenbits forged aluminum wheel with custom design and wheel track aluminum spacer, extended wheel stud, Titanium wheel nut.

McLaren Genuine parts:

We can supply genuine parts for the McLaren 675lt as body and mechanical components.


What about the 675LT:

The 675LT comes with the lightest, most driver-focused, most exclusive series-production of McLaren's supercar. The carbon fiber monocoque offers an unrivaled combination of safety, stiffness, and lightness, which is the technology shared on all the McLaren Super Series cars.

The McLaren 675lt is lighter than the 650s by 100kg; it results from the McLaren's engineers weight-saving obsessive strategy by selecting lightweight dry carbon fiber racing seats, composite body panels, 1mm thinner windscreen, MSO sport exhaust system, and so forth.

The leitmotif of the McLaren automotive crew for the McLaren 675 long-tail project was to leave nothing aside to save the weight.

 

 

 

 

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