Well if you do it right you shouldn't need more than HAF a can of Spray.
Now mind you I did mine in the winter in 43 degree Fahrenheit temps or so. And it was slightly drizzly outside too. When you paint in hotter temps that affects how much paint is wasted.
Some people will use Primer(even though 932 comes pre-primed) and then spray with a couple top coats of color. Which to me is kind of overkill cause when I painted mine the black scraped off where my doors met the back of the case. Too thick and you can muck up the affect you're going for.
Ummm correct me if I'm wrong werm, but isn't the company of your system's neg diggs building that case out of steel? And don't they offer anodizing?
I think that if they are then the thickness of the steel may play a factor. But I'm pretty sure you can anodize any metal as long as it's properly grounded prior and during application. I can chrome Aluminum and Plastic, but Steel by far looks the best when chromed. Ask any automotive restoration guy and they'll all tell you the old chromies are the best chromies. Nothing comes close.
Edited by Ceadderman - 5/28/10 at 11:44pm
Originally Posted by Yogi
So how many cans of paint are needed to paint the inside?
I thought it was a sticker or something and would peel off