OP
@motokroko avatar
UTC

Hooked
64 Benelli 50cc, Vespa GTS 125
Joined: UTC
Posts: 203
Location: Home-SoCAL/ Work- Europe
 
Hooked
@motokroko avatar
64 Benelli 50cc, Vespa GTS 125
Joined: UTC
Posts: 203
Location: Home-SoCAL/ Work- Europe
UTC quote
I have seen people do that. Any special way or tricks involved? I understand there is a small amount of flexing involved, so would not the paint flake off the plastic surface? For those who painted theirs...how does it hold up? Thanks. Dan
@hairball avatar
UTC

Hooked
2013 Vespa 300 SS
Joined: UTC
Posts: 345
Location: St Pete Fl.
 
Hooked
@hairball avatar
2013 Vespa 300 SS
Joined: UTC
Posts: 345
Location: St Pete Fl.
UTC quote
Use a plastic paint I guess...
I personally would have it painted by a professional or, go to an automotive paint store and get paint and additive used for plastic bumpers on cars.

Since the trim is so small, you could probably could use a "Preval sprayer" http://www.preval.com
DoubleGood Design banner

Modern Vespa is the premier site for modern Vespa and Piaggio scooters. Vespa GTS300, GTS250, GTV, GT200, LX150, LXS, ET4, ET2, MP3, Fuoco, Elettrica and more.

Buy Me A Coffee
 

Shop on Amazon with Modern Vespa

Modern Vespa is a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for sites to earn advertising fees by advertising and linking to amazon.com


All Content Copyright 2005-2024 by Modern Vespa.
All Rights Reserved.


[ Time: 0.0082s ][ Queries: 3 (0.0021s) ][ live ][ 313 ][ ThingOne ]