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    The powder Man!! ashelgren's Avatar
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    Powder coat update

    Here are some Yamaha parts I just did for a guy on the site got them wednesday sent them back done friday. If you like what you see and want your parts to look like this send me a pm I don't think he could have got it done any cheeper. I do it for the love of it I just like shiny things
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    Can you give me an idea what it cost to have those three peices done ? I am thinking I will have you do the same.

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    Wow that looks awesome! Great job! What different colors do you have in powder??

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    For those three pieces 40 and you pay shipping to and fro it was 10 to ship them one way so ship them to me with 50. And for colors it's endless their are 6,500 colors right now if I don't have it I will get it just for you if you want to see a color let me know I can send it to you. Sometimes their are like 10 different looks to the same color just let me know.

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    I use powder coat for loads of motorcycle parts. It looks just like old-fashioned stove-enamel, but much more durable! The only downside is the thickness- you have to be carefull of close-fitting parts! Nice looking finish Bro!

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    What temperatures do you heat the piece up to once you shot it? I was just curious if the heat would be an issue with the grate and plates warping. I know a thousandth here and here makes a difference with the plates if they don't mount flat. If any one would be able to chime in on this one that would be great. If warping was an issue you could make a jig to mount them to while in the oven.

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    is that a SHO nozzle?

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    I'm not to sure the guy just sent me the parts it was new in the box I know that he never even used it befor the pump was new to but the intake grate was not. I know I wanted to strap in on my ride after it was done thats the hard part sending those beauties any I never get to see them again. But at least he will be happy

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    It rained all day today so I couldn't go riding so I took my carbs out for a cleaning and could not help myself It was like bringing back the dead!!!
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    More work I been doing.
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