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  1. Inner City
    06-11-2010 09:24 AM
    Inner City
    Hey Bro, its ur brother Phil, I finally uploaded those helmet pics, it came out pretty nice, check'm out....find me under Inner City......
  2. M3Matt
    06-03-2010 11:52 PM
    M3Matt
    Hi Martin,
    A few years ago you did a set of wheels for me ( http://www.tristatetuners.com/forum/...ad.php?t=55489 ). I am currently working on a cafe racer motorcycle project and wanted you to do the powder work on the bike since you did such a fantastic job on my wheels. The parts would need to be blasted and the frame & swingarm was powdercoated by the previous owner.

    I know that there are additional charges for candy and two part applications. Here is a break down of what i need quotes for....

    Black chrome
    - small engine covers (side of the motor)
    - rear brake drum covers
    - rear brake levers
    - headlight ring

    Red (not sure if i want a candy color such as lollypop red or a single stage red)
    - frame & swingarm
    - kick start lever
    - small front brake caliper (disassembled)
    - small headlight brackets

    non of the parts are that big as the bike is on the smaller size. ballpark figures would be ok and like last time would be paying cash. thanks!
    _Matt Sedacca
  3. LPC
    05-19-2009 12:19 PM
    LPC
    Hey KrazyHouse
    You can actually coat the cat back we have done some in flat black and even a candy color and it held fine but i will say that right where the flange is on the catback where it connects to the converter you might see an inch or two fade a little since the heat does get a little hotter but the rest should be fine.

    No down pipes though it wont stand a chance and the mufflers hold up very well too coated.

    Martin
  4. KrazyHouseCustoms
    05-19-2009 12:11 PM
    KrazyHouseCustoms
    Hey Martin, I had a quick question about, I figured you'd be the right person to ask. Is it safe to powder coat a catback exhaust gloss black? Main concern is how well it will handle the high temps. Thanks.

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  • About LPC
    Location
    Yardley PA
    Interests
    Cars & Music
    Occupation
    Powder Coating
    Your Car
    92 Eagle Talon TSI

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  • Last Activity: 03-30-2012 07:25 PM
  • Join Date: 08-28-2007
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