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Old 02-11-2010, 09:16 PM   #1
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i want to paint my engine chrome. i know i can just use a spray can from an auto store but i dont know if it will last long. what should i go with if i want to paint my engine chrome??
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why chrome?!? if you want it chrome get it dipped. but i still dont see how u want it chrome...
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There's really no "chrome-in-a-can" that works for high-heat (aka engine) applications. The stuff you see in stores barely works on light-duty trim and what not even with prep work. The only way you can actually get "chrome" on engine parts is to send it out and have it chrome-plated. It's not too cheap, but it will look clean (take care of it though) for years to come....just my 2 cents....
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