MBA Workshop Indonesia

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PT MBA Workshop Indonesia specializes in custom vehicle building and fiberglass accessories.


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PT. MBA Workshop Indonesia

PT MBA Workshop Indonesia is a leading company in Indonesia engaged in the production and customization of Fiberglass Kit Car, Fiberglass Accessories, and Custom Vehicle Building. With a team of dedicated professionals and state-of-the-art facilities, we strive to deliver high quality products and services to our valued customers.

Our vision is to be recognized as a leading provider of Kit Car Fiberglass, Fiberglass Accessories, and Custom Vehicle Building in Indonesia. We aim to continuously improve and innovate our products and services to stay at the forefront of the automotive industry.

At PT. MBA Workshop Indonesia, our mission is to provide innovative and high-quality products and services in the automotive industry. We strive to exceed customer expectations by delivering exceptional craftsmanship, attention to detail, and unmatched customer service. Our goal is to establish long-term relationships with our clients based on trust, reliability, and customer satisfaction.

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Kit Car Fiberglass

Fiberglass Kit Car refers to a type of vehicle that is built using glass fiber (fiberglass) body panels. Kit Car itself refers to a vehicle that is packaged in the form of a kit or set that allows the owner to build their own vehicle. Typically, the kit consists of body panels, a frame, and other components needed to assemble the vehicle.

The use of glass fiber as a material for kit car vehicle body panels has several advantages. Glass fiber is lightweight, resistant to corrosion, easy to shape and modify according to the desired design, and relatively affordable compared to other materials such as metal. This makes glass fiber a popular choice for kit cars, as it allows custom vehicle builders to create unique shapes and designs.

The process of building a fiberglass kit car involves steps such as preparation, frame installation, body panel installation, mechanical component installation, and interior finishing. Each step requires specialized skills and equipment. Typically, fiberglass kit cars also require the owner to have a basic knowledge of vehicle mechanics and a basic ability to assemble vehicles.

Fiberglass kit cars give automotive enthusiasts the opportunity to own a unique, do-it-yourself custom vehicle. In addition, kit cars are also often a more affordable alternative compared to buying a ready-made vehicle. However, keep in mind that building a fiberglass kit car takes time, hard work, and patience to achieve a ready-to-use vehicle.

Accessoris Fiberglass

Fiberglass accessories (glass fiber accessories) refer to additional components made of glass fiber or similar materials that are used to beautify, protect, or improve the appearance and performance of vehicles. Here are some examples of commonly used fiberglass accessories:

Front splitter: A front splitter is an aerodynamic panel mounted on the underside of a vehicle’s front bumper. Made of glass fiber, the front splitter is designed to direct airflow down the vehicle to increase downforce and stability at high speeds.

Rear diffuser: The rear diffuser is an aerodynamic panel mounted at the bottom of the vehicle’s rear bumper. Similar to the front splitter, the rear diffuser helps direct airflow to reduce turbulence at the rear of the vehicle and increase downforce.

Fender flares: Fender flares are panels installed around the wheels of a vehicle to provide additional width. Made of glass fiber, fender flares not only add to the aesthetics of the vehicle, but also allow the use of larger and wider wheels.

Hood: A glass fiber hood can be used instead of a standard engine lid. They can have different designs, such as additional vents or air scoops, to improve engine cooling or give a sportier look.

Rear spoiler: A rear spoiler is a component installed at the rear of a vehicle to generate downforce and improve stability at high speeds. Glass fiber rear spoilers can range in design from small spoilers to large spoilers that give the vehicle an aggressive look.

Side skirts: Side skirts are panels mounted on the sides of the vehicle, connecting the front and rear. They provide a sportier look and can also help reduce air turbulence under the vehicle, improving aerodynamic efficiency.

Body kit: A body kit is a collection of glass fiber accessories designed to change the overall look of a vehicle. These kits typically include a front splitter, side skirts, rear diffuser, and rear spoiler. Glass fiber body kits give the vehicle a unique and aggressive look.

Custom Vehicle Building

Custom Vehicle Building is the process of designing, modifying, and building a customized vehicle according to an individual’s preferences, needs, and lifestyle. It involves altering an existing base vehicle or building a vehicle from scratch by customizing various components, features, and designs.

In Custom Vehicle Building, vehicle owners work with a custom vehicle builder, mechanic, or modification shop to design and realize their vehicle vision. Modifications may include changes to the vehicle body, engine system, suspension, interior, audio system, navigation system, and more. The goal is to create a vehicle that is unique, reflects the owner’s personality, and meets specific needs, such as improved performance, attractive appearance, or customized functionality.

Custom Vehicle Building can be done on many different types of vehicles, including cars, trucks, motorcycles, bicycles, and even boats or airplanes. The process involves planning, design, component selection, replacement or customization of vehicle parts, and installation of special systems or features. Custom Vehicle Building can also involve material selection, color and graphic selection, and customization of aesthetic details.

It is important to note that Custom Vehicle Building is not only about appearance and aesthetics, but also about improving the performance, safety, and functionality of the vehicle. During this process, vehicle owners need to consider technical aspects, compliance with rules and regulations, and the availability of parts and maintenance services in the future.

Every Custom Vehicle Building is unique and depends on the vision and wishes of the vehicle owner. This process can take significant time and cost depending on the level of modification and complexity of the desired vehicle.