Been out of town dude sorry. Pretty much I feel with Kevlar there is more flexibility as far as taking on pressure. My brother has solid CF on his Audi R8 but when I touch it feels like steel yet thin and smooth and super light enough that it seems like it can shatter with the slightest of pressure if that makes any sense. I just can't seem to to decide which is the most advantageous, then again I'm no CF expert. Lol. I'm only doing the hood, and plan on CF wrapping the trunk by the way.
The material isn't as important and the construction.
If you have 1 layer of Carbon-Kevlar, it'll be flimsy; if you have 2 layers of carbon, all else being equal, it will in most cases be stiffer than the single layer of Carbon-Kevlar. One-for-one layering too also has an effect. For example, if you use a heavier weave carbon cloth, then you'll get more rigidity layer-for-layer versus a thinner carbon or carbon-kevlar cloth.
I think people fixate on the material, more than the actual construction, which is where all the misinformation comes from. (This is especially true with hoods and trunks, where the structural integrity is based more so on the design of the inner section.)
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