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Josh Reel
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Josh Reel Sep 10, 6:18pm - #3753 
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body kit paint question

ALright guys im thinking about buying a blitz body kit from the ec.com store. what kind should i get jdm or the urethane. and how much would it cost to get the peices painted. if anyone knows individual parts painted you can also leave them. thanks

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Alpine_GT-S Sep 11, 9:54pm - #3754 
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I personally say urethane. Talk to isaac, im sure he can hook you up w/ nething for a good price. Urethane stands up a little more from what i hear, fiberglass is strong, but if you give it a good smack, it will crack easier. Feel free to tell me if im wrong guys. Im not sure on paint..I have family in paint business so everything is free. rice

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Josh Reel Sep 14, 5:25am - #3755 
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thanks man, can anyone else help me out here...i know yall have had to get ur kits painted

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I heard Urethane is better too.. I personally have Fiberglass (C One Kit) and I haven't had any problems with it, but if I could have gotten my kit in urethane, I would have..
As far as paint, I paid 350 to get 4 pieces painted.. but thats at a special discount. Usually a full kit is around 500.
good luck
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