UFO sightings/earlier scar-list post

Fundsalo Racing fundsaloracing at yahoo.com
Sat Apr 6 03:33:24 EST 2002

I used high temp black ENGINE enamel on my UFS > 2 yrs
ago. Still look like new. No problems w/heat, but I
have not tracked them. I have a 'light' quattro that I
use on the track.



--- wolff at turboquattro.com wrote:
> >
> > I'm almost embarrassed to ask, but I've got this
> can of black high
> > temp enamel engine paint, and I'm so tempted to
> shoot a little paint
> > the non-contact surfaces, like the outer lip of
> the rotor and the
> > inner vanes...do I need to find something better
> to do with my time,
> > and/or would this be one of those innocent but
> really stupid ideas?
> > :-)
> >
> Someone suggested to me that I put my really open 5
> spoke 17" wheels from my
> urq on my 200 and paint the UFO's red or orange. I'm
> almost tempted to do it
> jut for the "What the f...?" factor it would
> generate with semi-technical
> people looking at it.
> Wolff
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