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Raptor paint on 110 defender...

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Hi all,

I'm thinking about coating the Roof,Bonnet Arches and Rear door with black raptor. 

Has anyone done there own and what was it like to do..Air pressure, clean up ,mixing etc etc.

 

Thanks in advance 

M1

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Done the bed on my 90 see build !

shultz gun don’t put too much on at once.

mix as per instructions, prep as per instructions.

comes with cleaner but thinners for gun

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Yeah seen your thread....brilliant till it got to the end...😕

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Raptor is a really good bit of kit. I’ve used it a lot, it’s easy on and lasts. Take a look on YouTube under “ the gunman, raptor”. He’ll see you through it.

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Cheers...I'm just trying to get my stuff together to get it done...dug compressor out to see the valve has been snapped off and my air lines have gone ???

Prob end up putting a wanted add on next haha....

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Yip I'm going to do it...how much would be needed do you think..4 x 1ltr bottles per kit..I'm going to do bonnet,roof,rear door and arches in black and the rest in a green.

How much coverage did you get from yours using scultz gun.

 

Thanks

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I do not think un textured but it can be various finish ie various grades depending on application 

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15 hours ago, mad1 said:

I do not think un textured but it can be various finish ie various grades depending on application 

:good:

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