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silvia paint started seperating from body


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silvia paint started seperating from body
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(01-14-2015, 07:00 PM)painterguy Wrote:  Huh interesting. I'm not familiar with Tamiya paints but as far as I know they are good quality. Maybe next time scuff the body with a red scuff pad and see if that helps adhesion.

yeah i thought I should but ive painted so many before an never had this issue but for sum reason my first s14 and bam! chips every were I shoula made dip lol I might try that on the inside next body I get yes tamyia better be good paint for how much a can cost at my local hobby shop lol but I geuss that's why its a hobby shop and hobbies aint cheap its a labor of love
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(01-14-2015, 09:38 PM)rudeboy03 Wrote:  It was the cold.... I ruined a body this way and a number of my teammates have  leaned the hard way too. It'll probably chip the more you run it but f&%kit.  Still looks good

yes I believe your right the cold played a factor in this destruction of paint ah wel I can chip all it wants to now cuz u want see it the car body has grown on me yes the cold I thought I had down with the temp up in the area I was painting was quit hot but maybe took it out side to earlier to get some pics and coulda caused a in balance in the paint lol im curious to see my bumper when I smash something I might leave it might look cool but I kinda dought it I just glad I could recover the body as for the outside I def sanded it so im pretty sure its gonna stick it better lol Devil now all I gotta do is figure out how to attach the roof spoiler and what color I shall paint it
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#13
Definitely the cold. Most rattle cans need at least 40 degrees when sprayed and 24 hours to cure to prevent curling


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(01-15-2015, 07:42 PM)JamesNolanSlides Wrote:  Definitely the cold. Most rattle cans need at least 40 degrees when sprayed and 24 hours to cure to prevent curling


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probably cuz I took it out a half day later to get pics the temp I painted it in was okay was like 90 degrees lol so basically a hot summer day but was cold when took pics so figured that was when it was doomed ah wel atleast I saved what I could for the most part goonna just get a new one here soon
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#15
True true. Definitely a great turn around. The rusty good looks really awesome


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#16
add some more details and you will have a real drifter. me like it.
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(01-17-2015, 11:24 AM)JamesNolanSlides Wrote:  True true. Definitely a great turn around. The rusty good looks really awesome


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thanks bud lol ima lil rusty ;)
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(01-18-2015, 12:05 PM)dj  nekkon Wrote:  add some more details and you will have a real drifter. me like it.

o yes more will be added as I have weekends off now ran it this weekend bashed the bumper so now its primer gray and cool thing about the body if any of the yellow chips of I just and acrylic paint to it in brown and looks like rust so no worries will look more and more like a missle maybe add some dents to it still need to ad the rear roof spoiler just been lazy aka drifting it to much...lol thanks for the likes
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bashed the bumper bad so paint it primer probably go bumperless when drifting now to save from paint issues as for the body if paint chips I just add acyrilc paint to give it that rusty body under paint look also added tags from rc mart gotta love the freebies found em in my box as I was about to throw in trash[img][Image: 100_14451_zps32154800.jpg][/img][img][Image: 100_14431_zps932b96d7.jpg][/img][img][Image: 100_14411_zpsb7c2ef11.jpg][/img]
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