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Wide
06-25-2005, 03:24 AM
I am happy to bring this product to your attention.

This stuff was devoloped in Texas by some real serious folk. Martin Bros use this stuff and dig it. It's called KillaGlass

It is 100% GLASS coating, not powder but real glass!

You can do graphics on it, make it any color you like or a close match to your bike.

This stuff is good untill 1050 degrees, it can glow red & not discolor.

I have seen the tests & this stuff flat out works.

We put some on our glass bike's exhaust then had to weld an extra peice on the flange & this stuff did not even bubble or discolor with the TIG welder 1/8 " away from it. This is a mean ass coating.


I dont have a price yet but it's more expensive then powder coating & will out last your pipes.

Here are a fre pictures & one of it glowing in the kiln during the curing process.


Soon as I get a price ist I'll post it

Tony
06-25-2005, 03:31 AM
Damn, looks like some kick ass stuff for sure.

Wide
06-25-2005, 04:20 AM
Damn, looks like some kick ass stuff for sure.

I saw it & still cant believe it, this stuff is the ultimate for custom work.
And to just add to this, it dissapates heat extremely fast, it kind of wicks it away, very spacy stuff boobs

Willy
07-04-2005, 03:41 PM
sounds very similar to porcelian coating which is basically glass I think. Looks awesome

tmidgley
07-12-2005, 10:03 PM
Are you doing this stuff now wide? Got a cost yet?

Wide
07-12-2005, 10:08 PM
sounds very similar to porcelian coating which is basically glass I think. Looks awesome


No this stuff is glass & very strong, porcelian cracks & chips real easy, this stuff rules


Are you doing this stuff now wide? Got a cost yet?


No a good friend devoloped this system, BTW he is in Texas

$400-500 for a bike exhaust depending on graphics & color
killacycles.com

tmidgley
07-12-2005, 10:14 PM
Bad ass shit... might have to spend the $400 that I was going to spend on pipes... since I just cut down my stock exhaust I guess I could justify it... will have to figure out my paint first though... really cool work...

Wide
07-12-2005, 10:19 PM
Let me know when your ready & I'll hook you up with the man ;)