... Awesome for kiteboard construction! very hard to find in carbon tho.
Don't know what shipping would be to your side of the world there --plummet--
but the same place that sells the stitched fiberglass, also carries the carbon
in a few different weights.
If you use stitched carbon , be careful on the weight you choose, remember
that Carbon in stitched form is a BUNCH, ((GOBS)) stronger than the 20+ oz of glass
woven stuff you are use to working with !!
I would recommend that if Stitched carbon is use for the skins, then start
with a light one ; a layer of plane-weave can be applied Later if necessary.
For this reason i would peal-ply the entire board so you can go with paint
or a finish layer of carbon or glass later.
ALSO-- stitched carbon doesn't make for a very pretty cosmetic surface , so
paint is usually added unless you can afford a 1 or 2K carbon woven for
the finish out-side layer ; the one i use for my RC helicopter bodies, is 50" wide
and $75 a running yd, with a weight of 3.7oz,(yd)sq. At that price, the paint sounds
appealing if Ya don't need More stiffness ?
BLACK isn't a very good choice of colors with a foam-core anyway ...