Thread: Engine Painting
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Old 08-30-2009, 10:09 PM
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Default Re: Engine Painting

Originally Posted by TerrontheSnake View Post
Yes you can. I tried that and it flaked and fell of anywhere that didn't get hot enough to cure it. Stayed on the muffler though. But the intake and motor it just basically fell of. I prepped it good too!
I used BBQ paint on my 48cc GruBee, and it has held on nicely for the past five years. I used Ace Hardware's brand (which I think is made by Sherwin Williams).
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