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Re: low volume paint srayer
Rocket man #1396000 Sat Feb 06 2021 03:07 AM
Joined: Oct 2005
Posts: 3,186
"Hey! I sound like Darth Vader!!
I've been using a 60 gallon, single stage, 220v, 19cfm IR compressor that has no problem keeping up with anything. No waiting for it to catch up to me. Devilbiss Startingline guns for primer, HF Black Widow for finish coats. I started long ago with a CH 25 gallon, 5 hp and wouldn't keep up with anything! One lug nut, take a break, next lug nut, take a break. Cutting disc tools were useless.

Re: low volume paint srayer
Rocket man #1396022 Sat Feb 06 2021 06:49 AM
Joined: Apr 2016
Posts: 622
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I just finished painting my transmission and water pump with my Fuji turbine system. it's 110 volt and weighs about 30 pounds and is self contained. I live in Indiana and it is expensive to get dry air from a compressor. This was epoxy primer, base, clear. This was my first time spraying. Almost no over spray. Not perfect but not bad.

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Re: low volume paint srayer
Rocket man #1396071 Sat Feb 06 2021 04:56 PM
Joined: Oct 2005
Posts: 3,186
"Hey! I sound like Darth Vader!!
Nice job!

I'm going to epoxy the wheels on the Suburban today. If the warm weather holds up, I'll put color on tomorrow.

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