After taking the summer months off we were able to get back on this project. Got some SPI epoxy on the interior followed by Lizard Skin sound control. Then added Lizard Skin ceramic insulation to the floorboards and firewall. Should be a quiet and cool cabin area
how is the turbine sprayer working out? Ive been checking them out to possibly paint my car.
did the lizard skin and mvl make the difference that they claim?
Hey, Eldog. The turbine system is great so far but we've only sprayed epoxy primer with it. The system is so efficient with such a small amount of over spray it's really a huge advantage for DIY'ers. Just takes a while to get used to if you are accustom to an air compressor/hvlp system. The warm dry air of the turbine systems can cause some dry spray issues if you're not paying attention. As for Lizard Skin, once you get two coats on the steel the "tin" sound really disappears. As for the insulation performance, that will have to wait till the car is back on the road. Hope that helps!!
It's looking really good. What is the color of the car going to be?
Undecided at this point. Possibly black, Grabber Blue(2012 Mustang) or even a dark forest green metallic. Leaning towards SPI's single stage black black, right now. Yes. It's called "black black" because it is so "rich"...for lack of a better term.