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Old 08-06-2013, 06:09 PM   #1
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So I bought some Roush Coil covers in red to match my engine bay.....wrong choice cause they are more like red orange ....so I got some high heat Ford blue spray paint , masking tape , exacto knife and a gang of patience and .......there it is , what do you guys think ???

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Old 08-06-2013, 06:42 PM   #2
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Looks good.
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Looks real good. Got any close ups?
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Looks real good. Got any close ups?


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That's how they should come. They look great! Now I just need to do something similar to my Roush ones!
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That's how they should come. They look great! Now I just need to do something similar to my Roush ones!
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Clear them ASAP. You did a great job, they look fantastic. If you don't clear them you run a serious risk of bubbling and peeling. The exposed edges can allow for all sorts of contaminants to start penetrating under the paint. The clear will seal it all. Good luck!
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Clear them ASAP. You did a great job, they look fantastic. If you don't clear them you run a serious risk of bubbling and peeling. The exposed edges can allow for all sorts of contaminants to start penetrating under the paint. The clear will seal it all. Good luck!
Will the clear give them that glossy look ?? Headed back to Oreilys with my kid in the stroller lol
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Will the clear give them that glossy look ?? Headed back to Oreilys with my kid in the stroller lol
You can get clear in gloss or nongloss.
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