Wrench (1k)  Project 92 SC - Powdercoating
While I haven't taken any parts to a powdercoater in the past, I do know that it isn't the cheapest service to have done.  Since I'm the type of person who likes to do things myself, why should powdercoating be any different?

Anyone can powdercoat.  You do need a few things: an air compressor, a sandblaster to prepare your parts, a powder gun kit to spray the powder, and a spare oven to cure the freshly-coated parts.  You will need a lot of patience too, since it's usually not a quick process.  But, if done corrrectly, the results are amazing.  If you're interested in getting started with powdercoating, check out the links at the bottom of this page.

Click the thumbnails below to view a larger-sized image.

Coilover housings before

Coated housings (cast aluminum)

Hood pins, before and after (mirror black)

Coated pins (mirror black)

Front brake calipers, before and after (chrome)

Coated calipers (chrome)

Coated caliper (chrome)

Coated shifter (chassis black)

Coated rotor, before and after (hi-temp silver)
Coated e-brake (chassis black)
Screws for lexan windows, before and after (mirror black)
Fuel rail (yellow)

Throttle body, before and after (yellow)

Throttle body (yellow)

Injen intake (yellow)

Cam Cover (yellow)

Intake manifold (yellow)



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