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Old 03-02-2013, 11:24 PM
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Originally Posted by 1971BB427 View Post
I don't know about wrinkle, but I used Krylon satin black engine paint for the black parts of the engine on my CR480, and it held up well. The key is prep work! Needs to be super clean, and lightly sanded, then cleaned again. I spray the parts down with brake cleaner and let them sit overnight to dry well. Then spray them, and let them dry well before getting them near dirt or oil.
Engine parts get pretty warm on a bike, so need to use the proper paint or it will flake off.
I used Harley krinkle paint on my Heritage not happy $38 per 16 oz spray bomb,as 71BB427 said i have used the GE electric motor paint for years in lifter vakkey and inside block above crank to help oil drainback IT works and stays on even with heat and abuse of dirt track racind
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