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Old 05-16-2013, 10:24 AM   #1
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My Custom RTR in Dark Bronze

So here they are. What does everyone think?

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I love them. Great choice. But the big question is, what do you think?

Btw, it's about time. Lol

How'd the repair turn out?
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Looks sweet it's darker than I thought it was going to be which is a good thing, to me though from the pics almost looks black got any closer shots of them?
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I love them. Great choice. But the big question is, what do you think?

Btw, it's about time. Lol

How'd the repair turn out?
I love them. 3 weeks of waiting and I am beyond pleased.

Can't even tell they were damaged. They fixed the dents and scrapes perfectly.

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Looks sweet it's darker than I thought it was going to be which is a good thing, to me though from the pics almost looks black got any closer shots of them?
Lemme take one.
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Nice now that's better I can see the bronze now those look awesome bet they look good in the sunlight!
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That looks really good, I was kinda worried for you they would turn out bright ricer bronze or even gold, but that looks great!
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I wasn't sure when you posted a few weeks ago but now I'm sold on them.. Very nice, one of the few times where curb rash ended up being beneficial haha.. Next we need a picture of them with black tire walls
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Nice now that's better I can see the bronze now those look awesome bet they look good in the sunlight!
Yeah they do! Thanks!

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That looks really good, I was kinda worried for you they would turn out bright ricer bronze or even gold, but that looks great!
I was very specific with them not to do that. I would have been so mad haha. Thanks!

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I wasn't sure when you posted a few weeks ago but now I'm sold on them.. Very nice, one of the few times where curb rash ended up being beneficial haha.. Next we need a picture of them with black tire walls
Yeah they turned out great! I need to clean the tires now. Have the spray just haven't done it yet. Don't worry. Coming soon! Yeah seems to be the case a lot of ways. Some kind of accident happens and then better things come.
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Looks awesome. In sunshine it should look fantastic.
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Looks awesome. In sunshine it should look fantastic.
Thanks! Yeah I think so too. It has been overcast all morning so I am waiting to see that. The shop that did my rims likes the color so much they are going to do their shop owned Audi A4 that has Avant Garde rims styled like mine the same. Changed the owners mind around on doing bronze since he said he usually hates it. Guess he hasn't done a dark bronze enough!
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Nice!!! One day, I will also have a set of RTR's!
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Yeah they do! Thanks!

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I was very specific with them not to do that. I would have been so mad haha. Thanks!

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Yeah they turned out great! I need to clean the tires now. Have the spray just haven't done it yet. Don't worry. Coming soon! Yeah seems to be the case a lot of ways. Some kind of accident happens and then better things come.
Be careful with most tire cleaners on the fresh powdercoat. Some of them can be pretty harsh for the coating. When you're cleaning your wheels, just use soap and water. Meguires quick detailer is good way to shine them up without compromising the coating.
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Thanks! Yeah I think so too. It has been overcast all morning so I am waiting to see that. The shop that did my rims likes the color so much they are going to do their shop owned Audi A4 that has Avant Garde rims styled like mine the same. Changed the owners mind around on doing bronze since he said he usually hates it. Guess he hasn't done a dark bronze enough!
Cool! When powder coating do u get a choice of shine levels? Flat vs satin vs gloss?
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Looks really good!! Way better than I even imagined to anticipate!! While maintaining the black look with a subtle hint of copper was very well done... Glad to see u finally deblinged your 5.0 badge too!!
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They turned out nice, exact color I had pictured in my head.
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Nice!!! One day, I will also have a set of RTR's!
Thanks! I hope you do!

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Be careful with most tire cleaners on the fresh powdercoat. Some of them can be pretty harsh for the coating. When you're cleaning your wheels, just use soap and water. Meguires quick detailer is good way to shine them up without compromising the coating.
How long should I wait?

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Cool! When powder coating do u get a choice of shine levels? Flat vs satin vs gloss?
Uh I dunno? I never asked. Smozilla should be able to answer this since he was in the buiz.

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Looks really good!! Way better than I even imagined to anticipate!! While maintaining the black look with a subtle hint of copper was very well done... Glad to see u finally deblinged your 5.0 badge too!!
Thanks man! It does fit it just subtle enough to make people look twice. Yes finally got rid of all the chrome!!!!

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They turned out nice, exact color I had pictured in my head.
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Cool! When powder coating do u get a choice of shine levels? Flat vs satin vs gloss?
Yes. Your choices are only limited by your imagination. There are so many different companies making powder now. I've seen all the way from chalkboard flat to a almost wet shiney gloss. Even if they don't have that specific color in flat or gloss, you can add a clear on top to achieve your goal. Most solid colors are all semi-gloss, most metallics are by nature kind of flat in shine, and most metallics also require a clear on top to protect the metallic particles that are in the powder. Without a clear they can corrode. There's a few companies that make awesome single stage metallics, such as the flat dark bronze that nosympathy has, that can stand up to the elements. I'd bet a good amount of money that your powder came from Prismatic Powders. You can even get crazy textures like veins, hammertones, rough, fine, wrinkles, and more. I've even seen glow in the dark powder, it cost an insane amount just for the powder. To put it in perspective, nosympathy probably paid for about 40-50 worth of powder. If he did them glow in the dark, it woul have been about 250-300 worth. That's not including the labor and normal costs for the job, that's just the powder.

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How long should I wait?
You're good, as soon as that stuff comes out the oven and cools, it's as ready for the world as it can be.
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Yes. Your choices are only limited by your imagination. There are so many different companies making powder now. I've seen all the way from chalkboard flat to a almost wet shiney gloss. Even if they don't have that specific color in flat or gloss, you can add a clear on top to achieve your goal. Most solid colors are all semi-gloss, most metallics are by nature kind of flat in shine, and most metallics also require a clear on top to protect the metallic particles that are in the powder. Without a clear they can corrode. There's a few companies that make awesome single stage metallics, such as the flat dark bronze that nosympathy has, that can stand up to the elements. I'd bet a good amount of money that your powder came from Prismatic Powders. You can even get crazy textures like veins, hammertones, rough, fine, wrinkles, and more. I've even seen glow in the dark powder, it cost an insane amount just for the powder. To put it in perspective, nosympathy probably paid for about 40-50 worth of powder. If he did them glow in the dark, it woul have been about 250-300 worth. That's not including the labor and normal costs for the job, that's just the powder.

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You're good, as soon as that stuff comes out the oven and cools, it's as ready for the world as it can be.
I'll find the stuff I was gonna use and let ya know what it is. It is like a wax cleaner combo. I liked it because it removed that funky brown color these tires keep getting. I am guessing since they are far stickier and softer than my pirellis they are just holding dirt really well. Also for the prices you are about dead on. Thanks man!

I was told cost was gonna be 500 but ended up being 440. I think that is because they liked the bronze so much and wanted to put my rims on their website and so discount for use on the site . From what they said they are going to start selling bronze a lot. They did say they would make my color disapear off the books if I wanted to stay very unique. I didn't really care since that seems silly to hide a color from someone else who may want it. Chances I will run into anyone with dark bronze wheels like mine are probably very very slim.
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I think something in the cleaner causes them to brown. I've had it happen with some cleaners and not with others on the same tires.
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I think something in the cleaner causes them to brown. I've had it happen with some cleaners and not with others on the same tires.
That'd been my soap then. Been using turtle wax ice soap. I've only used the cleaner I was referring too once because the tires were brown.
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well glad I didn't use it and decided to wait. Reading around online looks like this stuff just destroys powder coated wheels. It is the Turtle Wax Platinum Wheel Cleaner. Guess I'll be throwing that away.
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Yes. Your choices are only limited by your imagination. There are so many different companies making powder now. I've seen all the way from chalkboard flat to a almost wet shiney gloss. Even if they don't have that specific color in flat or gloss, you can add a clear on top to achieve your goal. Most solid colors are all semi-gloss, most metallics are by nature kind of flat in shine, and most metallics also require a clear on top to protect the metallic particles that are in the powder. Without a clear they can corrode. There's a few companies that make awesome single stage metallics, such as the flat dark bronze that nosympathy has, that can stand up to the elements. I'd bet a good amount of money that your powder came from Prismatic Powders. You can even get crazy textures like veins, hammertones, rough, fine, wrinkles, and more. I've even seen glow in the dark powder, it cost an insane amount just for the powder. To put it in perspective, nosympathy probably paid for about 40-50 worth of powder. If he did them glow in the dark, it woul have been about 250-300 worth. That's not including the labor and normal costs for the job, that's just the powder.

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You're good, as soon as that stuff comes out the oven and cools, it's as ready for the world as it can be.
Wow thanks for the info.
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Wow thanks for the info.
No prob. Sorry for the lecture.
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No prob. Sorry for the lecture.
Don't be. I like a well explained answer.
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looks really awesome man. I was iffy at first, then you posted up some pictures of your inspiration, which looked good, and honestly I think it came out even better. Different and awesome!
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looks really awesome man. I was iffy at first, then you posted up some pictures of your inspiration, which looked good, and honestly I think it came out even better. Different and awesome!
haha I think a lot of people were iffy when i said bronze. Lot of people going, "thank god that isn't going on my car" and now they can all be mad that bronze looks amazing.

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haha I think a lot of people were iffy when i said bronze. Lot of people going, "thank god that isn't going on my car" and now they can all be mad that bronze looks amazing.

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Looks good, i like it a lot!
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Your car is looking good man, like the rims, gas cap on the back and the vinyl on your fender.

Where did you get the vinyl from. I want it in red for my car. Thank's
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haha I think a lot of people were iffy when i said bronze. Lot of people going, "thank god that isn't going on my car" and now they can all be mad that bronze looks amazing.

Thanks!
I like it! But take some bleach white too the tires..
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