Rocky Mountain Club B5

Discussion Forums => Modifications => Topic started by: jayryan on July 29, 2003, 12:23:54 PM

Title: High Heat Tolerant Paint
Post by: jayryan on July 29, 2003, 12:23:54 PM
Okay booooys...my mod head is working again. I need some high heat tolerant paint for my engine stuff.
What's the low-down?

Okay, I may have just answered my own question...http://www.g2usa.com
Anybody heard anything about this? It's cheap so maybe I could just try it out
Title: High Heat Tolerant Paint
Post by: madigan on August 01, 2003, 11:06:29 AM
Any luck with the high heat paint? We should have a "paint your engine parts and brake calipers" garage day. Does anyone else have the desire to paint their calipers?

word em' up

madigan
Title: High Heat Tolerant Paint
Post by: jayryan on August 01, 2003, 11:36:16 AM
Bump.

My research reveals that sight in the Springs above...a can of paint costs about $40-50. I'm down if you want to get together sometime...I was thinking more closer to this winter or next spring so I can get that brake upgrade and then the paint will be all nice for the summer season
Title: High Heat Tolerant Paint
Post by: madigan on August 01, 2003, 11:50:38 AM
Quote from: "TLJR20v"
Bump.

My research reveals that sight in the Springs above...a can of paint costs about $40-50. I'm down if you want to get together sometime...I was thinking more closer to this winter or next spring so I can get that brake upgrade and then the paint will be all nice for the summer season


Your right it will be better to do it in the spring - the fall/winter season is upon us shortly. Well, that just gives us more time to save up for the Porsche big brake upgrade kit. :lol:

audi 5000

madigan