Thread Rating:
  • 0 Vote(s) - 0 Average
  • 1
  • 2
  • 3
  • 4
  • 5
Airbrush Purchase Advice
Going to purchase an Airbrush and have a couple of questions for those that use them and preferably use them well ;-)

I am a firm believer in you get what you pay for.  So I am not looking at any real junk (at least I don't think I am) but for the Hobiest that is doing 1 or 2 bodies a year what is the minimum level to purchase,what is Ideal and at what point are you just rthrowing away money.

Looking at Iwata Line I see the Eclipse CS that comes in at around 148.00/cdn at a local retail shop.  How would this stack up against the $60.00 Paasche from the LHS?  Yes I know it is probably better as a whole but will it be better that I will notice.

From a Hobby/Rc perspective is top feed better or worse than bottom feed with Jar?
I recently got a cheepo airbrush and compressor from harbor freight. I think it was about 80 bucks and everything but paint is in the box. Ive been very happy with the results

Sent from my LG-D850 using RC Drift Handbook
I also got mine from harbor freight and it works good. be sure to get a dual action air brush. you'll have better air and paint atomizing.
Stay in the drift
I picked up an Paasche Talon Kit, gravity feed Kit. Love it.

Sent from my SM-T530NU using Tapatalk
Speed Passion Reventon PRO 1.1
Speed Passion 13.5t v3.0 MMM
Savox SG-1258TG
Airtronics MT4 w/ TX-461

Forum Jump:

Users browsing this thread: 1 Guest(s)

About - Your Home for RC Drifting

Your home for everything RC Drift! offers RC Drift news, reviews, guides, chassis, videos, tips, countersteer tools, bodies, builds and more!

Serving up the latest RC Drift content since 2011.