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engine bay re-done 11 Months, 3 Weeks ago Karma: 14
done this today
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Re: engine bay re-done 11 Months, 3 Weeks ago Karma: 312
Very clean mate, fair play for putting the work in. I know from experience it takes commitment!
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#78443
Re: engine bay re-done 11 Months, 3 Weeks ago Karma: 13
Very nice jock, looks fantastic good few hours spent there, good finish
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Re: engine bay re-done 11 Months, 1 Week ago Karma: 14

_KUNENA_BBCODE_HIDEIMG Thanks,steve and quandry,sorry for late reply,been flat out rebuilding an yamaha fzr 250,every nut and bolt off,sprayed frame,engine,now for rebuild,
Had to say mr2 engine was very easy to strip down,to take off parts for spraying,VHT paint used,so hopefully stays on lol,sanded all parts down before spraying,had all out,sanded,sprayed and reassembled,in 9hrs,not bad,you wouldnt do that in these damn modern cars with there electrics everywhere.
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Re: engine bay re-done 11 Months ago Karma: 106
JOCK wrote:

_KUNENA_BBCODE_HIDEIMG Thanks,steve and quandry,sorry for late reply,been flat out rebuilding an yamaha fzr 250,every nut and bolt off,sprayed frame,engine,now for rebuild,
Had to say mr2 engine was very easy to strip down,to take off parts for spraying,VHT paint used,so hopefully stays on lol,sanded all parts down before spraying,had all out,sanded,sprayed and reassembled,in 9hrs,not bad,you wouldnt do that in these damn modern cars with there electrics everywhere.


Where did you get the VHT paint? - I've to do my cam cover gasket soon so might tidy it up while is out.
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#78527
Re: engine bay re-done 11 Months ago Karma: 14
Just bought it from my local autofactors,any autofactors should store it close to you bud.
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#78529
Re: engine bay re-done 11 Months ago Karma: 312
Halfords have hi-temp paint also. I've found it to be quite good.
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#78551
Re: engine bay re-done 11 Months ago Karma: 57
Very nice jock, Kc'd

I used the halfords vht paint on my rocker cover and it's perfect
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Re: engine bay re-done 11 Months ago Karma: 326
Love the colour combo Jock, very nice.
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