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Old 13-02-2018, 03:31 PM   #101
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Fantastic work!

Some advice though - the powder coating looks to lack coverage in places - I'd look to get some protection inside those areas - perhaps some BiltHamber products.
Which parts in particular did you notice?
I have 2 cans each of bh cavity wax and dynax ub that need using.

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Which parts in particular did you notice?
I have 2 cans each of bh cavity wax and dynax ub that need using.

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Sometimes the blaster is more enthusiastic than the coater!

Particularly inside the cavities and anywhere you can see the blasted surface without powder coat - it may just be dust/residue but I can see some white areas in your images.

With any chips as well - they may look nothing now but they soon develop into worse.
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Sometimes the blaster is more enthusiastic than the coater!

Particularly inside the cavities and anywhere you can see the blasted surface without powder coat - it may just be dust/residue but I can see some white areas in your images.

With any chips as well - they may look nothing now but they soon develop into worse.
The white/faded areas are dust and lots of it!
I'll definitely see to getting some protection inside the cavities before it goes back on the road. There are a few chips as well that will be touched up soon🖒

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