DuraflexDuraflex is an upgraded fiberglass material. It uses a combination of fiberglass and a special urethane-plastic resin that allows for more flexibility compared to regular fiberglass products. The overall flexibility and durability will be determined by the shape and design of the part. Some parts in nature will be stronger and/or more flexible than others. The overall quality and finish of the product is much better than your average fiberglass part but it has nothing to do with fitment. On average 85% of the Duraflex parts we sell fit with no problems. About 15% will require minor to major modifications. These parts do not come ready to paint. In fact, they have to be fitted, primered and then painted. Professional installation is required.
Extreme Dimensions' new Duraflex aerodynamics is a revolutionary product which combines the advantages of fiberglass, plastic, and flex resins to obtain its unique features.
Duraflex is a combination of fiberglass, plastic, and flex resins resulting in the best of both worlds. Duraflex (PFRP) products have a higher durability rate, reducing damage rates up to 75%, while still retaining its flexibility and staying true to form. Every Duraflex product is inspected through a rigorous quality control process giving consumers the highest quality product available with superior craftsmanship. This process ensures that Duraflex products are free from normal fiberglass deficiencies including waviness, spider cracks, chips, and gel coat damage. Duraflex products come finished with a shiny black gel coat, high quality mesh, hardware kit, and an installation guide. With such attention to detail, Duraflex products are surprisingly affordable, roughly 50% of the cost of a comparable high quality JDM product. Duraflex products include many advantages of both fiberglass and poly- urethane aerodynamics, while leaving out most of the disadvantages. Duraflex aerodynamics is recommended for the consumer with a medium budget and wants to get the best value for the amount of money spent. The main difference between Duraflex and fiberglass is the quality. The fitment between Duraflex and fiberglass is the same.
If there is a Duraflex product that you cannot find in our online catalog please contact us for pricing.