Hydro dipped Spark top cover

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  1. Mad.Flyer

    Mad.Flyer Active Member

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    I've been planning to try out hydro dipping for some time already. When my white Spark arrived, I also tried to cover it with classic wrap/skin available on the market, but didn't like the result.
    Since top cover is relatively easy to remove, I thought: "It's high time to try".

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    #1 Mad.Flyer, Dec 10, 2017
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  2. shutter13

    shutter13 Well-Known Member

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    That’s flipping awesome!!
     
  3. AeroMirage

    AeroMirage Well-Known Member

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    Looks cool!!
     
  4. Criptix

    Criptix Well-Known Member

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    I can't see the picture?
     
  5. Spark 317

    Spark 317 Well-Known Member

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    The link is not available to click or see.

    I can imagine what it looks like as I have seen a similar video from you YouTube of this process (?) being done to some BMX parts.

    Although I (we) can't see your creation, I'm sure it's cool.;)

    Guess I need a Photo Bucket account or ???
     
  6. Mad.Flyer

    Mad.Flyer Active Member

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    FIxed
    Fixed ;)
    It seems that Photobucket wants me to have paid account to be able to show photos on other pages.
     
  7. steveo

    steveo New Member

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    Man that's so bad