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Old 07-06-2005, 07:27 PM
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Sata Jet 90-2, Anyone Use This Gun Yet?

I WAS IN THE DUPONT STORE YESTERDAY AND SAW THE NEW SATA JET 90-2. HAS ANYONE HERE USED THIS GUN YET,OR EVEN HEARD OF IT? IT IS BRAND NEW AND REP SAID CANNOT GET IT OFF INTERNET, AND HES RITE,SAID THEY HAD BEEN SELLING QUITE A FEW, REALLY A GOOD PRICE ALSO, MIKE. :

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Hey Mike,

As a matter of Fact yes I happen to own 2 of them. They have been around for about 6 years. At least that is how long I have owned mine.
I Bought them when the new DEP laws went into effect in NJ, and they spray really nice. Because they are HVLP guns they take a little getting used to. Especilly if you are coming from spraying with conventional guns.
I can definitely say if you are looking for a good HVLP gun and you want a SATA the JET 90-2 guns are a great value and a great gun.

Happy spraying
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Wow, amazing. You actually trolled through five years of arcives to repond to this particular thread. Wow, just amazing.
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Hey screw,Dont feel bad I still respond to old threads there's a date at the top left corner and the similar threads at the bottom are usually old too.Welcome to hotrodders BTW , SATA is a great gun I started using them way back when they were only Jet-90.
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Haven't we all? I just thought I'd mention it before thirty or so responders started posting what the original poster probably new for the last 5 years.
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Poor guys from Jersey,not sure what exit.
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LOL, poor guy will probably never respond to another thread. It's ok screwie, love ya longtime.
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This forum gets google search results, so any question answered will help someone, somewhere.

I found this site searching out how to remove a rear door handle on a 2008 Lexus.
And I'm sure someone looking to buy a Sata 90-2 will be reading this thread too.

Archived questions that went unanswered for a long period of time may not help out the original poster, but someone will find it of value in a search thanks to late response.
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Thats right, Yesterday I searched for information on Navel jelly and found "secrets of rust removel"right here at HR from 2002,full of great info.then just before that was a clear classic that'll never die "whats the wierdest thing you've ever found in a car"? Some good laughs.I posted in both..
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Thanx for the headsup there guys.
Did not know that there was a posting date, i think i clicked unanswered posts.
And no I will still respond to posts.
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Just helped me

It just helped me. I was thinking of buying a used gun for Sealer and was not sure if the 90-2 was an HVLP gun or not. Thanks for the help. Does anyone know if it is waterborne compatible?
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I'd have to say yes since all the parts are stainless ,but I've never used a waterborn paint
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