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  1. #31
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    Quote Originally Posted by rocketroar.com View Post
    Thanks Paul, I gotta go get some landscaping ties from Rona anyways, easy way to convince the wife to go there

    Speaking of wife, I finished body filling the top half of the Recker last night, got it sanded and cleaned and convinced my wife to spray the first coat of Duplicolor filler primer. Seems to go on great!
    It(Duplicolor primer) does go on great and in many weather conditions ,sandable in a half hour in the proper conditions.
    I used it under the testors Lacquer we are talking about in this thread and it worked out very nicely.


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  2. #32
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    I've used both and would put Rustoleum Metallic Enamel Primer+Paint in Carbon Mist right up there with Blazing Black. I squeezed the trigger 3 times for a couple seconds (1 coat) for this NC.
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  3. #33
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    I've never seen thst particular product before and I'm a Rustoleum fanboy.

    Thanks for the tip!

    I like monkeys.
    Kit (AKA Cranky Kong)
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  4. #34
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    Quote Originally Posted by rocketroar.com View Post
    I picked up a can of Duplicolor Green with metal flake from Canadian Tire, but I didn't notice a metallic black. I am doing my Super DX in metallic black and I have some custom vinyl from stickershock that just arrived.

    Where else do you nab Duplicolor metal flake from up here in Canada Paul?
    I've recently used both the Blazing Black, and Duplicolor Black metallic. The blazing black has more of a very dark gray feel to it. The Duplicolor is definitely black, and has more flake in it. I like them both.

    Blazing Black: http://farm6.static.flickr.com/5148/...5ed9ffef_b.jpg

    Duplicolor: http://farm7.static.flickr.com/6121/...5ef6974a_b.jpg

  5. #35
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    I've used the Blazing Black, Mythical Maroon, and the Purple-Licious of this line with good results all around. My only wish is that they came in standard-sized cans. That I've got to use four or five on a decent-sized bird is something of a PITA...


    Later!

    --Coop

  6. #36
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    I like Duplicolor and happy with the results, but I'm thinking about going the route of a spray gun and compressor. Maybe setting up a cheap canopy in the back yard and use it as a spray booth of sorts

  7. #37
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    This paint works great here some pics of my leviathan.





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    Quote Originally Posted by Coop View Post
    I've used the Blazing Black, Mythical Maroon, and the Purple-Licious of this line with good results all around. My only wish is that they came in standard-sized cans. That I've got to use four or five on a decent-sized bird is something of a PITA...


    Later!

    --Coop
    Troo dat.

    It gets expensive painting a larger bird with Testors.
    Kit (AKA Cranky Kong)
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  9. #39
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    Quote Originally Posted by jus_rockets View Post
    This paint works great here some pics of my leviathan.
    Nice work with the metallic. No blotches visible.

    Testor's or Rusto Blue Metallic?
    Kit (AKA Cranky Kong)
    Total Total Impulse as BAR (2010): 8,466.69 Ns (Equivalent to a 65% M motor.)

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  10. #40
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    Thanks, Testors lacquer paint

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