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post #16 of 17 Old 09-23-2013, 11:43 AM
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Brandon, would you recommend high temp spray paint?
I've honestly used both standard and high temp over the years and have honestly never been shown a reason to run high temp which costs 3x as much a can. Either way they're going to need to be done every 1-1.5 years anyways due to chipping, staining, dulling, etc. I figured running high temp would help with these things but IMO did not.

I also do 2-3 Mountain Runs plus at least 1 AutoX event each year and have never seen any ill effects of using standard paint. So if I can use it I'd say anyone can lol!

Whether using standard or high temp I've always clear coated over the paint as well just FYI guys. I def wouldn't recommend just spraying color and no clear on brake parts.


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^Alright good to know. Figured it would be good info to have out there for anyone interested and myself. Thank you.
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