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    Supercharger paint?

    Jerry,

    Are you able to spray paint the charger with lets say car engine block paint?

    I am eventually going to send you this charger to get the impellar/washers installed..... do you paint as well?

    poor old red paint is flakin off... think previous owner let saltwater stay to long on it... bah..


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    Use some high temp engine paint and you will be fine.

    Sorry, i don't paint. Only my own stuff

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    You might check out the caliper paint that is available for automotive brake calipers. Just an idea.

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    The caliper paint is epoxy paint and is extremely runny. Real hard to work with. I know this because i just painted the calipers on my old corvette. What a mess!

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    Use a Sharpie

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    Quote Originally Posted by Green Hulk View Post
    The caliper paint is epoxy paint and is extremely runny. Real hard to work with. I know this because i just painted the calipers on my old corvette. What a mess!

    I have never tried it before because the stuff that I can get is brush on and it has some sort of base coat you have to apply first. I dont have the patience to brush it on and make it look right.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Danny View Post
    Use a Sharpie

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    Chrome paint..

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    Quote Originally Posted by RXP Steve View Post
    Chrome paint..
    true dat

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    This is easy to solve. Chrome it

    Thats my solution to problems on my ski..

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