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Fan refinishing Ontario?

Hi everyone,

I have my fan and housing out and would like to have them cleaned and cerakote to look like this (friends fan, not mine). Does anyone know of someone local to Toronto who can do this well?

Thanks

Dan


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'79 SC Black: My first 911 & my birth year!!
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Ha, I recognize my recent refurb.
In picture you see a ceramic coating by PBN

As I saw on Instagram, you had your vapor blasted already and it came out just nice.
Luckily it wasn't painted by PO.
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Post the pic of the vapour blasted fan. I'm in Toronto too and I would love to get mine cleaned too if it turns out well.
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Or should I just leave it alone? It looks good but its dirty.

EDIT: I swear the engine is not upside down in reality.

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Or should I just leave it alone? It looks good but its dirty.

EDIT: I swear the engine is not upside down in reality.

I like the patina on yours actually. I'd be inclined to leave it as is.
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So I ended up having mine vapour blasted and I will be finishing with a liberal coating of Gibbs later this week.




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