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Rod,You say the cryo blasting is not removing the paint?

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Old 08-27-2017, 04:25 PM
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yea Kevin, paint is not coming off.
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I was wondering about using that for paint removal. Every video I have seen about cryo was for removing dirt and oil without damaging paint or zinc coatings.
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So they cannot remove the paint after telling me "this was exactly what they do". Moving forward and onto bead blasting with glass or plastic pellets. I'm gonna pick the car up Thursday and take her to another shop. Geez what an experiment?
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So they cannot remove the paint after telling me "this was exactly what they do". Moving forward and onto bead blasting with glass or plastic pellets. I'm gonna pick the car up Thursday and take her to another shop. Geez what an experiment?
Yep.....I sympathize.......I hate time and money wasting experiments, but on these projects they're inevitable.

I say go back with that Prussion Blue, great color!
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Old 08-31-2017, 12:54 PM
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Rod just fyi i use red oxcide to strip my cars to bare metal followed by next going over the whole car with 80 gritt on a da then by hand in the areas the da cannot get at.Once finished i would prime the whole car with etch prime,i use basfs dp 237 as it is a dtm or a high build primer depending on how you reduce it,then you can go into your bodywork. Just my 2 cents..

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Ok thanks Kevin. Her she sits again.

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Rod just chemical strip it with air craft stripper.

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Hi Kevin
I did the exterior of the doors with the Aircraft paint stripper. worked well.

I was hoping to have the underside, interior, engine bay wheel wells and trunk media blasted too. I was talking with another company that can do the media blasting, however he was really reluctant after he found out it was a Porsche.

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I wish you lived in Cali as i would of had that done for you.The key to stipping your car is using the right type of media and whoever you end up taking it to you have to make sure they don't lean into it,for example if there is any filler dont try and take it out you dont want them staying in onevplce for long times thats when warping can happen.

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^^^ Oh Man, I hope you're still on the forum when it comes time to put mine back to the Paint to Sample color... Three to Five years this thing is coming apart.
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Kevin good news

Monday its off to the powder coater, they are gonna blast her with aluminum oxide. They have never had a warped panel in all the years blasting cars, they blasted my tail base when we where building the duck tail and it turned out wonderful. He did say that the seam sealer would be the only difficult portions to remove, the media just bounces off of it. So I'm finally in good hands.
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Also I was gonna try and either weld or bond the factory sunroof plug into the roof. But I think I'm gonna cut the roof section out and bond in a Carbon fibre roof.
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You tube

Made a little youtube test video.

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Rod liked the video.I think its great to leave it the org color,also alluminum oxcide will work but just remember to go over it with 80 gritt before you put any type of primer on the bare metal.

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Thanks Kevin

Ok I'm sure the paint shop will know how to handle it But I will make sure they know.
I decided to do some last minute welding I wanted to tidy up the oil cooler area of the chassis and then its off to the blaster.
Got the momo wheel today, man I really like these wheels. couldn't resist mounting it to the column.

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Getting the final little holes filled.






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Old 09-23-2017, 10:32 PM
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Rod,looks like your getting on her again.She is going to be one bad ass car when finished...I can't wait.

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Thank you Kevin. Yea a few areas I decided to make a little nicer. I'm getting to the end of the fab work, i hope

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