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Mail From: Roger Elliott <(email redacted)>

Hi

I am working on my engine and will have the timing chain cover off. So
I was thinking about powder coating it.

Will normal powder coating hold up to the temp for the timing chain
cover, or does it need to be High Temp powder coat? Any suggestions
for what would be a close to correct color to use?

My cover is orange, I believe close to original. I know I painted it
once before, but I tried to pick a color close to the original.

Thanks,
Roger Elliott
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Mail From: Doug Braun <(email redacted)>

BTW, my timing chain cover ('72) has a thick layer of sound-deadening material
stuck on the front.

Doug

--- On Mon, 4/12/10, Roger Elliott
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> From: Roger Elliott <(email redacted)>
> Subject:
[Spits] 80 Spitfire Timing Chaing Cover
> To: (email redacted)
> Date:
Monday, April 12, 2010, 7:20 PM
> Hi
>
> I am working on my engine and will
have the timing chain
> cover off. So I was thinking about powder coating it.
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Mail From: Luke Lewis <(email redacted)>

Is THAT what that is? I thought it might be epoxy or something, some
DPO's attempt at a repair...

Doug Braun wrote:
> BTW, my timing chain cover ('72) has a thick layer of sound-deadening material
> stuck on the front.
>
> Doug
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