Jake. Last time I checked anyway.SanMarcosZfreak said:ok i'm lost but whatever, so we got eric and i still don't know asleep's name
ok cool thanks, i'd prefer to use high-temp jsut to be on the safe side, and did u use a spray paint or brush application?♣Zen31ZR♣ said:Jake. Last time I checked anyway.
And high temp paint isn't really necessary. It should really never get past 350 degrees in the engine compartment, unless something is very wrong. That being said, Hi-Temp paint comes in a lot of colors, I don't think you'll have too many problems making choices.
Well maybe you could get away with using brush. I used spray and sanded off the over spray.. Though I'm not sure what high-temp paint comes in a brush application.... It's all spray that I'm aware of.SanMarcosZfreak said:ok cool thanks, i'd prefer to use high-temp jsut to be on the safe side, and did u use a spray paint or brush application?
AZ-ZBum said:To answer the questions from earlier, 600 grit will still not be smooth. Your cover will look like brushed aluminum. To really get it polished, you have to get really fine and end up using a metal polish at the end.
already knew i would need higher grit, but thank you for the adviceME said:i'm gonna dry sand to 1000grit, see how that looks and if its good put some aluminum polish on it, otherwise i'm wet sanding starting at 300grit going to 1000grit, then polishing