painted my vci today.
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    Tech Wizard
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    Painted my Vci blue and black today. happy with how it came out...
    But didn't realize id have to take out every single screw in the unit to do so!



    Its actually a fair bit darker blue than in the pic, the flash real brightened it up.

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    Im digging the blue, nice job. I'm going to skin my black
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    Looks nice, fair play!

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    have you done this with a spraycan?
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    yes, cleaned with wax and grease remover and then many light coats of blue epoxy until it had a nice solid color, followed by 2 thicker coats of clear epoxy to give it a shine and make it more scratch resistant.

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