QUOTE(Chancer @ May 12 2008, 04:02 PM)
Shame you ain't closer mate I could have saved you a bit and you could have used my compressor and selection of spray guns. I also have about 3 litres of hi-build and and plenty of 2k in white somewhere hiding in the garage. The trouble with the smaller cans is the spray pattern is not too big and the quantities of paint in them small. Should look good if you take your time. Just watch the laquer doesn't yellow over a period of a few weeks. Don't forget piccies on the motor when done
that would be nice, ive got a litre of 2k red that was supposed to go on the bodykit but my mate with the compressor moved away, not worth it now that the motors on it's last legs. i Think once i start full time work a compressor will be a purchase soon after a motor, ive got an big fookin summerhouse that's totally empty and would be ideal for painting in.
nevermind though im pretty good with the cans and ive got fan nozzles around here somewhere which helps. I would probably be concerned about the finish if i was painting them silver or black, but theres alot of wiggle room with white.
As for the yellowing, i splashed out on plastikote for the laquer specifically for that reason, so far in my experience ive never had it yellow, and it does say it doesnt.. fingers crossed.
QUOTE(twistedsymphony @ May 12 2008, 05:39 PM)
white wheels? :shakes head:
... I didn't know you were a boy racer
IMO jap cars deserve white or black wheels, silver rarely does them justice. your 200 would look the nuts with some white shoes on.
ya either love it or ya hate it.
PLUS if my wheels are white it draws the eye away from the rust and dents