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Discussion in 'Tips & Tricks!' started by Rudesaneskill, Jul 17, 2019.


  1. Rudesaneskill

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    Okay just stripped this.

    It's either carbon or fibre glass, but its wrapped in some god awful decal film.

    1. How do i get it of without a heat gun.

    2. Ain't it gonna be easier just to float a base coat over IMG_20190717_163440_compress23.jpg this instead.
    (heat gun - resins)

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    Already know what the plan is.

    This thread my come in useful.

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    Sorry rudes I'm not 100% sure what your trying to do. Are you trying to get the flames off? Are you going to repaint the outside? Not sure what material it is could be carbon and Kevlar, doesn't look very smooth on the inside.

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    I guess I’d try Acetone for the decals. I’ve had good results with it in the last after testing a very small area to make sure it doesn’t eat the surface.


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