Use the cheap enamel with enough thin coats to suit you and then one heavy coat for more shine. Put it in the oven at 150 or so for several hours. Do this when the wifey isn't home and let fumes escape the house.DucHockey said:I don't have the can with me, but I was going to use engine enamel so I can't imagine the can says to bake it. I just thought it would help it harden quicker.
Thanks for the advice. They are already on order, along with some blingy gold spring retainers. I figured with all the money I was going to save modding the stock parts rather than shelling out for some billet pieces, I could treat my clutch to some handsome $34 springs and retainers.Emily said:Save yourself a ton of trouble with the springs and just pay $35 for stainless springs and really nice keepers from Chris at cacycleworks.com (use the link from the DML sponsors area, so he knows it's justified). You won't have to dork around with them ever.
My thoughts exactly.printman said:...Would rather spend the $10 before investing in a new pressure plate.