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Paint colour code for black Frame (Rivale Ď14)

Iím considering powder coating the belly pans in as close an approximation to the frame colour as possible.
I picked up in a thread somewhere that the colour codes are available in the manual, but Iíve not been able to locate them.
Pointers appreciated!
Note: Iím considering powder coating since I believe it will be more resistant to flaking than paint; the left hand side pan is particularly close to the header, and Iím concerned that excessive heat will sabotage a paint job.
There is also the matter of stone chipping. There is a fair bit of pitting due to debris off the front wheel, but itís concentrated in a small area at front center bottom area.
There will inevitably be more damage, but style is about to take precedence over function
Has anyone tried Ďrubberizedí spray paint?


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I doubt the thermoplastic fairing will withstand the 350-400 degree baking stage of the powdercoating process, nevermind your exhaust.

And if you're talking about plasti-dip, sure, many people do it. Doesn't last too long down on the belly from what I hear. If you're worried about rock chips, consider Invisigard or similar. I have it on my 312R and can barely see it's there. Works very well.

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The stock belly pan is aluminum- likely due to the exhaust heat.
I guess plasti-dip type products are out for the same reason, looks like 95 degrees Celsius is about the limit, after doing some poking around.

But I guess powder coat would be preferable to engine block type paint, for example?


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Oh, sorry about that. I incorrectly assumed it was a regular fairing we were talking about. I think the high temp engine heat would be more durable as I've sprayed my frame plates and it's held up very well with my Bodis piped around them. I'm not so sure they would have held up if powdercoated.

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No worries, thanks!
Any ideas about the RAL code, though?


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