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Post  TomCom on Tue Feb 21 2012, 20:21

So i start. :bounce: Because i see so many people making bike look amazing i will do it same Smile
It will take me long time old but will get there one day.
So i start whit Morrows today don't really have place to paint all scratch so don't know what to do. i will prepare everything and when i make some place to paint all I will finish it tongue will post some pictures next day
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Post  Rosco on Tue Feb 21 2012, 20:50

You'll make the exotic list yet Tomcom Wink
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Post  0ldcat on Tue Feb 21 2012, 21:05

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Post  TomCom on Tue Feb 21 2012, 21:10

brushing mirrors and premier paint done Smile tomorrow black shining paint and pictures clappy
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Post  ellie on Tue Feb 21 2012, 21:25

Can't wait to see the pics!!
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Post  supraloopy on Tue Feb 21 2012, 21:39

It will look great when done I'm sure. Just take your time and read the instructions ;0) We need pics...well that's what I got told..
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Post  Snowcat on Wed Feb 22 2012, 10:45

Gotta have the pics, its the law!! Good luck Tom hope it goes well Smile
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Post  TomCom on Wed Feb 22 2012, 19:30

Morrors finisht :( but to many leeks :( start again tomorrow :(
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Post  Snowcat on Wed Feb 22 2012, 20:02

@tomcom wrote:Morrors finisht :( but to many leeks :( start again tomorrow :(
Not sure what you mean there Tom, "to many leeks"?? Do you mean runs in the paint? What have you used??
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Post  TomCom on Wed Feb 22 2012, 20:07

runs yes. i use spray paint. i think i put too much paint. i am not good with painting
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Post  Rosco on Wed Feb 22 2012, 20:20

@tomcom wrote:Morrors finisht :( but to many leeks :( start again tomorrow :(

You'd be able to sell it easily in Wales I imagine.
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Post  supraloopy on Wed Feb 22 2012, 21:08

Might be a good time to stop this project or pay someone to do it. No offence but it sounds like you have not got a clue what you are doing :0)
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Post  TomCom on Wed Feb 22 2012, 21:10

i know what to do but not good with painting
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Post  supraloopy on Wed Feb 22 2012, 21:15

ok what type of paint are you using? rattle cans or spray gun? solid colour or metalic? I'll help with advice if you want/need it ;0)
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Post  TomCom on Wed Feb 22 2012, 21:16

i use spray can black colour (not matt)
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Post  supraloopy on Wed Feb 22 2012, 21:27

Ok the first thing with cans is temp. Make sure the can and the surface are above 16c then apply even light coats, don't worry about the finish just make sure you don't put too much on and leave it at least five mins between coats, on the last coat give it one good coat but again not too much let it dry over night and the next day give them a good polish.
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Post  hutch2064 on Fri Feb 24 2012, 08:37

What do you use to polish the panels up after painting, t-cut or just a normal polish !!!
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Post  TomCom on Fri Feb 24 2012, 16:09

nothing to polish . paint is gloss so i dont need enything (i am not good with painting)
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Post  weasley on Fri Feb 24 2012, 16:20

slap'ed I think you need to put the paint down and walk away!
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Post  supraloopy on Fri Feb 24 2012, 16:21

@hutch2064 wrote:What do you use to polish the panels up after painting, t-cut or just a normal polish !!!

If you want to finish them properly you can wet flat with soapy water with 1500 super fine wet and dry paper to a matt finish then finish off with 3000. After that you can use a cutting compound g6 or g3 from any good motor factors then finish off with wax.
That's if you want to get involved other wise use t-cut and then wax ;0)
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Post  TomCom on Fri Feb 24 2012, 16:22

@weasley wrote:slap'ed I think you need to put the paint down and walk away!
:( so i never will get dream bike :(
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Post  SteveCat on Fri Feb 24 2012, 16:28

@TomCom wrote::( so i never will get dream bike :(

Depends on what your dream is I guess. I know my limitations and wouldn't dream of taking on a spray job.
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Post  0ldcat on Fri Feb 24 2012, 16:31

@TomCom wrote::( so i never will get dream bike :(
Yeah you can . . . But like the most of us you'll have to pay for the privilege of ownership.
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Post  hutch2064 on Fri Feb 24 2012, 16:33

think i'll stick to the t-cut then wax :-)...am going to put a couple of coats of lacquer on do i polish before or after ??
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Post  stretchie_ on Fri Feb 24 2012, 16:42

Pictures


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