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Old 05-01-2012, 12:15 AM   #1
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Plasti dip intake?

Could I plasti dip my Intake?
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A cai I would prolly say you could but the manifold prolly not. I done think it would withstand the heat
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Just get some Flat Black high heat paint.
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Re: Plasti dip intake?

i told my wife i was gonna plasti dip the fridge because she wanted it to be black,,,she wasn't as amused as i was! lol
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I would just put it on the intake. Not the manifold or the maf
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So yes no? My friend put regular spray paint on his intake and it seems fine so wouldn't plasti dip work the same?
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i told my wife i was gonna plasti dip the fridge because she wanted it to be black,,,she wasn't as amused as i was! lol
Lmao that's funny
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it's definitely a fire danger.. Just use it for emblems and exterior stuff.. Not worth the risk!
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If its a fire danger then I will definetly not do that. So I would have to sand it down and put high heat paint on?
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i told my wife i was gonna plasti dip the fridge because she wanted it to be black,,,she wasn't as amused as i was! lol
We liquid chalkborded a fridge once! Turned out awesome!!
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Re: Plasti dip intake?

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We liquid chalkborded a fridge once! Turned out awesome!!
now that's a practical and fun idea!
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Dude all dudes who plastic dip. I'm sorry y'all are idiots. They made an invention called krylon. Use it, it's fun. To the guy who will give me a warning for rude comments, you know your getting just as annoyed so don't even sweat it. Just laugh....

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Dude all dudes who plastic dip. I'm sorry y'all are idiots. They made an invention called krylon. Use it, it's fun. To the guy who will give me a warning for rude comments, you know your getting just as annoyed so don't even sweat it. Just laugh....
I mean that in a funny way... No offense...
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Dude all dudes who plastic dip. I'm sorry y'all are idiots. They made an invention called krylon. Use it, it's fun. To the guy who will give me a warning for rude comments, you know your getting just as annoyed so don't even sweat it. Just laugh....
Ok but the question would be what is cheaper? Krylon or plasti dip?
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Ok but the question would be what is cheaper? Krylon or plasti dip?
Not what's cheaper. That doesn't matter get the krylon and call it done. What buy plastic dip then when you don't like it, throw your money away?

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Spray paint guys. Get good with the can. It's fun and comes in many colors. If you want to be unique krylon. With some great painting skills and some krylon and some imagination I seen guys do great things. That I respect. Skills that they improved after much practice. This one guy painted his dashboard pearl in his white 2006 f150. That truck stands out. Plastic dip? Spend your money on other mods. This plastic dip was made to get your money. Be fun be creative.

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This other guy did flames under the hood! Holy crap. It was awesome. Plastic dip is for kids.

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You wanna custom things go out to car shows. Trust me it's fun to experiment. I thought about green ghost flames but I'm a blackedout car and will always be black. But there's endless possibilities. The thing about customizing is it doesn't matter what engine size you got or what u drive, creativity goes a long way. Especially if it's made to last

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Yalls cars are better than plastic dip.
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Old 05-05-2012, 12:37 AM   #15
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Do what you want to your own car. Make suggestions not knock others ideas. Plasti dip is easily removable and obviously easily available or everyone would be talking about kryon not plasti dip. Like said in a previous thread... Opinions are like a**holes doesn't mean yours is any better than the next guys. No offense meant in any of this
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Krylon few bucks a can and it's the best for all materials .. Never tried plastic dip or what have it.. Ima man of paint the brighter is better with a cage for instance pop the hood have in your face colors that pop saying come look at my work .. Fun or open your door and the panels in your ride are nicely coated to match what ever floats your boat .. I say fun fun fun

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Do what you want to your own car. Make suggestions not knock others ideas. Plasti dip is easily removable and obviously easily available or everyone would be talking about kryon not plasti dip. Like said in a previous thread... Opinions are like a**holes doesn't mean yours is any better than the next guys. No offense meant in any of this
I do agree tho no need in knocking no ones style it's all art in my book.. And I think I quoted ur a**hole speech the other day to some a** making fun of our sixxers
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All I'm saying is if you want to plasti dip then plasti dip if you want to Krylon then Krylon it's your car do what you want I just don't think it's right to tell someone they are an idiot because they want to do something to thier car.

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Krylon few bucks a can and it's the best for all materials .. Never tried plastic dip or what have it.. Ima man of paint the brighter is better with a cage for instance pop the hood have in your face colors that pop saying come look at my work .. Fun or open your door and the panels in your ride are nicely coated to match what ever floats your boat .. I say fun fun fun

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I do agree tho no need in knocking no ones style it's all art in my book.. And I think I quoted ur a**hole speech the other day to some a** making fun of our sixxers
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I agree witcha I don't think it's right to call someone you don't know an idiot period .. There are a lot of ppls on here that had done some wicked work with plasti dip .. On dude dome his fender emblems and the horse on the grille list goes on ..
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Fine if y'all wanna play dip y'all go right ahead.

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I'm just saying it's a waste
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i think when you f*** up using non removable paint, thats when its a waste.
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i think when you f*** up using non removable paint, thats when its a waste.
Lmao I never mess up.

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I always test paint the cap then paint what I wanna paint. I never mess up.
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"I never mess up" ur my hero wish u could spell "raceing" in ur profile right tho
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Lmao I never mess up.

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I always test paint the cap then paint what I wanna paint. I never mess up.
i suck *** at painting haha. i wana paint interior pieces but ima f*** it all up
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Y'all just jealous

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"I never mess up" ur my hero wish u could spell "raceing" in ur profile right tho
And you smart **** I'm talking about painting.

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Yall missed the part where I said I wasnt try to offend anyone. Y'all also missed the part where I said I meant it to be funny. Y'all are such cry babies. Grown *** men and cry babying about me calling people idiots. Big whoop. Y'all are sad.
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Y'all just jealous

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And you smart **** I'm talking about painting.

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Yall missed the part where I said I wasnt try to offend anyone. Y'all also missed the part where I said I meant it to be funny. Y'all are such cry babies. Grown as men and cry babying about me calling people idiots. Big whoop. Y'all are sad.
That's like saying, "I don't mean to offend you bro, but i'm going to say something offensive anyway. But dont be offended." just sayin. Not saying it to start crap, but when you say something someone puts onto their car is trash, people take it personally. Also, i think you miss the point of plasti-dip. It's for people to use, Mainly for the reason they want to take it off at some later point. If i'm not mistaken, krylon is non-removable. Just food for thought.
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That's like saying, "I don't mean to offend you bro, but i'm going to say something offensive anyway. But dont be offended." just sayin. Not saying it to start crap, but when you say something someone puts onto their car is trash, people take it personally. Also, i think you miss the point of plasti-dip. It's for people to use, Mainly for the reason they want to take it off at some later point. If i'm not mistaken, krylon is non-removable. Just food for thought.
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That's like saying, "I don't mean to offend you bro, but i'm going to say something offensive anyway. But dont be offended." just sayin. Not saying it to start crap, but when you say something someone puts onto their car is trash, people take it personally. Also, i think you miss the point of plasti-dip. It's for people to use, Mainly for the reason they want to take it off at some later point. If i'm not mistaken, krylon is non-removable. Just food for thought.
But I don't understand why buy something your just going to throw away. How much do these cans run anyway? 6$-9$?
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Even if so it's worth it to me not saying I mess up but if I don't like the way it looks or I get a different idea for a design just peel off and re apply. Also for rims. Paint your rims and they are stuck like that. Plasti dip you can peel off and return to normal finish to sell
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I'll respect anything but plastic dip. I said what I needed to say I'm sticking to it. Plastic dip, where ever this crap came from, it's the only dumbest thing I seen someone do.
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Does plasti dip come in variety of colors
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Sweet always want my dash to taste like green apple
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Lmao. I could say something mean but I did enough damage as it is.
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