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Old 07-07-2011, 02:14 AM   #11
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You dont wanna know LOL make sure to post pics of the powderd TB
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Nothing worth talking about, trust me.
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Hard to get a decent photo of. Looks tons better in natural light. That and I still don't have a decent camera.
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Looks great.
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better photo, better light. Just looks silver here. Coated with "almost chrome" powder.

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Very nice, I like it. I wonder how long it will stand up to engine bay conditions?
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Very nice, I like it. I wonder how long it will stand up to engine bay conditions?
Forever. These powders are cured at 350 degrees for 15 minutes at part metal temperature.

The chrome coat itself looks fantastic but it needs a topcoat for durability. Even gasoline will turn it gray.

Bad thing is once you clear it, it dulls the shine.

The second coat is a clear acrylic powder, they use it for wheels. Very durable and chemical resistant.
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Looks good!
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