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Help! Need a shop to repaint valve cover OEM wrinkle red.

 
Old 03-16-2016, 03:44 PM
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Roro designs in paris did mine. Ronans a good guy. He's on Facebook and instagram. Turned out great. I'll get a picture up in a few minutes
Paris, haven't heard that town in years when I used to live in Tillsonburg and Simcoe.

Thank you for the pic, valve cover looks amazing. Thats exactly how I want it, fresh!
No problem man.
Thanks, I was stoked how it and the coil cover came out
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Old 03-16-2016, 04:34 PM
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Roro designs in paris did mine. Ronans a good guy. He's on Facebook and instagram. Turned out great. I'll get a picture up in a few minutes
Paris, haven't heard that town in years when I used to live in Tillsonburg and Simcoe.

Thank you for the pic, valve cover looks amazing. Thats exactly how I want it, fresh!
No problem man.
Thanks, I was stoked how it and the coil cover came out
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I vouch for Roro Designs. Ronan is an awesome guy to deal with.
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Old 03-24-2016, 03:52 PM
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Update: First, I would like to thank everyone who helped out, I appreciate it.

I went with RoRo Design because Ronan was very helpful on the phone, and now here's his work...
I asked for oem wrinke red valve cover with oem wrinkle black polished "H DOHC VTEC" spark plug cover.


This is my spare valve cover and not my original valve cover ( my valve cover does't look this bad )


















Ronan did an amazing job, definitely vouch for him.

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Not only is Ronan my homie, he's a damn artist with the work he does at his shop.
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Looks factory to me... Excellent work! How much roughly does it cost to do something like that ?
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How does it look underneath? Is there any over "spray"? Make sure you clean it out thoroughly before slapping it on the car. Don't want any remnants in the valvetrain!
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Looks like some on the oil fill neck and cam sensor. Clean that off good before hand as well
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Old 03-25-2016, 04:36 AM
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Originally Posted by fernando. View Post
Not only is Ronan my homie, he's a damn artist with the work he does at his shop.
He travels to Mississauga once a while, it just happen that Saturday he was coming up and that is convenience for me. My project this year is to make my engine bay look brand new as possible, so I have a project for Ronan.



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Looks factory to me... Excellent work! How much roughly does it cost to do something like that ?
I couldn't believe how cheap it was! PM'd



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How does it look underneath? Is there any over "spray"? Make sure you clean it out thoroughly before slapping it on the car. Don't want any remnants in the valvetrain!
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Looks like some on the oil fill neck and cam sensor. Clean that off good before hand as well
@afzan, iDomN8U

Underneath has been clean thoroughly, no paint and blasting materials. Oil fill and cam sensor neck has been cleaned off.
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Looks really clean Tyson
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That's awesome man. Glad you're happy!
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