That should hold for wheel paint until you buy good wheels. generally, powdercoating would be your best option but is more costly and could cause more downtime for your car unless you have rollers.z32loverboy wrote:
Just to double check my work here: two coats primer, two coats gloss black wheel paint and three coats clear should hold up fairly well till i get cash to buy good wheels correct?
Last but not least, cried more at my broke to hell third brake light, dented hatch and spoiler that was cut into. Lesson learned: no matter how bad you need to pull a car ASAP approximately 12 feet up hill, NEVER do it with the Z. Anyone have one i could get my hands on?
I believe i happen to have some OEM head bolts off a N/A block+heads i bought last year, if you can't find any thing else. They've been sitting in a labeled ziplock bag in my garage since I took the block apart. I'm fairly sure the part number is all the same between N/A and TT on the OEM ones, though i'm probably wrong.TTkickedin wrote: That should hold for wheel paint until you buy good wheels. generally, powdercoating would be your best option but is more costly and could cause more downtime for your car unless you have rollers.
I don't have a hatch/tbl for you. sorry!
Bottom end's almost done on my car... i lost the OEM head bolts. Anyone have a part number, or know a aftermarket solution (besides ARP, my oem head bolts hold up to 500hp, or more than what i need,) for head BOLTS (not studs, or studs that dont cost 278 bucks)...
Congrads!whiteknight52 wrote:FINALLY FIXED my hesitation issue! Turned out that my car had the timing set way too far retarded. Set it right at 15 degree's and she is runnin perfect!!!