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Old 01-02-2013, 09:36 PM   #41
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Sorry took so long to get back to you. I filled in the hole left by the original mount with body filler. Then I sanded it flush and covered with white carbon fiber.


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No worries. I have a 2012 and my FE uses the stock mounting holes. I might paint the black plastic in the under tail to match stock paint, unless someone makes honda victory red carbon fiber sheets to use.


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No worries. I have a 2012 and my FE uses the stock mounting holes. I might paint the black plastic in the under tail to match stock paint, unless someone makes honda victory red carbon fiber sheets to use.


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I'd love to see someone try and powdercoat plastic.
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I'd love to see someone try and powdercoat plastic.
Know what you're talking about before making a statement that makes you look stupid.

http://www.wrightcoating.com/special...powder-coating

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http://www.powdercoatmdf.com/powder-coating-wood/
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Know what you're talking about before making a statement that makes you look stupid.

http://www.wrightcoating.com/special...powder-coating

Threw this in just because of the dick I am.
http://www.powdercoatmdf.com/powder-coating-wood/
on the otherhand.. none of those are conventional powdercoat.. rather then being applied via static cling, they are sprayed like paint (with most of the problems that come with that) and they are lower melting point plastics that tend to not be quite as durable.... that said, it IS a powder, coating a surface..melted on.. so it is powdercoat... but its not the same as conventional powdercoat.
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Know what you're talking about before making a statement that makes you look stupid.

http://www.wrightcoating.com/special...powder-coating

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on the otherhand.. none of those are conventional powdercoat.. rather then being applied via static cling, they are sprayed like paint (with most of the problems that come with that) and they are lower melting point plastics that tend to not be quite as durable.... that said, it IS a powder, coating a surface..melted on.. so it is powdercoat... but its not the same as conventional powdercoat.
Just when I thought a person could be any more of a dick...who's the stupid one now, Captain?
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Looks like you because it is powder coating.

BTW....Already said I was a dick in my post. But remember I'm the big dick, you're just a little dick. Now, STFU.
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on the otherhand.. none of those are conventional powdercoat.. rather then being applied via static cling, they are sprayed like paint (with most of the problems that come with that) and they are lower melting point plastics that tend to not be quite as durable.... that said, it IS a powder, coating a surface..melted on.. so it is powdercoat... but its not the same as conventional powdercoat.

Nice to see someone actually research a topic. Anytime a powder is applied and cured it's powder coated. Don't see what's so hard to comprehend. Ride safe dude.
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