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03-22-2009 10:34 PM
denny6006 black grill and stove paint works well too it is very high temp enamel,denny



03-22-2009 10:05 PM
slimvulcanrider any engine enamel will will work...I prefer Duplicolor's engine paints... they withstand almost any abuse you can through at it...minus batt acid.
03-22-2009 09:14 PM
lance328
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Originally Posted by 93VN750 View Post
Looks like put back together it is!

What paint did you use?

Jon
Dupli-Color High Temp. Engine Enamel w/ceramic from Advance.
03-22-2009 08:03 PM
93VN750
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Originally Posted by lance328 View Post
I painted mine fully assembled minus the carbs, much easier than in pieces.
Looks like put back together it is!

What paint did you use?

Jon
03-22-2009 07:33 PM
lance328
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Originally Posted by 93VN750 View Post
My engine is apart right now, both side cases off, both heads and cylinders off.

I am not sure if I should paint the engine in pieces, or wait until it is back together.

Anyone how has painted their engine, I look forward to your feedback.

Thanks!

Jon
I painted mine fully assembled minus the carbs, much easier than in pieces.
03-22-2009 07:01 PM
slimvulcanrider you want to paint the engine with as much of it together as possible tape off all openings such as exhaust ports, and carb ports... also tape off any thing that you don't want paint in or on
03-22-2009 06:51 PM
93VN750
Engine Painting Question....

My engine is apart right now, both side cases off, both heads and cylinders off.

I am not sure if I should paint the engine in pieces, or wait until it is back together.

Anyone how has painted their engine, I look forward to your feedback.

Thanks!

Jon

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