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Chassis Protection ACF-50

 
Author Dorchester

In garage
#1 | Posted: 21 Jan 2014 16:29 
Got a bottle of ACF-50 plus the atomiser all ready to spray and protect the 7's hidden tubes.
Question is, due to the atomiser/spray unit that is supplied, how large a hole is required to be made in the inner side panels to ensure good coverage and where's the best location for the holes?
TIA.
Dorchester

Author Eugene

Hotel de France
Male
#2 | Posted: 21 Jan 2014 17:59 
I use 1" holes, as then a 1" grommet is easy to fit into the holes...
And a 1" hole allows a good angle when spraying into the hole.

I have a couple or more along the inner panels - about seat height, and one higher up where the curved tube is that is just in front of the wheel arch.

Eugene
Le Presidente

Author Dorchester

In garage
#3 | Posted: 22 Jan 2014 08:41 
Eugene
Thanks Steve, that's pretty well exactly as I thought but was reluctant to start attacking the panels until certain.
By the bye, what method did you use to make your holes?
Cheers
Dorchester

Author Eugene

Hotel de France
Male
#4 | Posted: 22 Jan 2014 12:56 
I used one of those 'hole cutter' drill bits.
One that is a tapered cone.
Just make sure it's not too long before you get to the diameter hole you need
I made a pilot hole first with a normal drill bit.

Eugene
Le Presidente

Author Dorchester

In garage
#5 | Posted: 22 Jan 2014 20:52 
Eugene
Great, perforation of side panels begins tomorrow - should be quicker if it's lighter...
Thanks Steve.
Dorchester

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