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frankster66 09-26-2012 07:35 AM

Looking for engine decal
 
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Does anyone know where I can find this decal; I need two of them, one for each side.

The decal is on my 94 205.

Thanks

Barefooter92 09-26-2012 08:18 AM

Skip it! Update to a single MasterCraft chrome, you can find them on ebay for under $15/pair

frankster66 09-26-2012 09:16 AM

Barefooter92 - What’s a single MasterCraft chrome? Picture? Link?

mikeg205 09-26-2012 09:33 AM

You can use a blow dryer to remove - carefully, wipe off old adhesive with label remover and then reapply with 3M permanent spray adhesive.. and re apply...If decal survives treatment. Special process to make they decals. Chrome effect with metallic type silver ink. I have the same problem with the bubble. The adhesive needs to be replaced. However not sure if the decal would survive the restoration process.

frankster66 09-26-2012 09:37 AM

mgorczak1 , I’m looking for the decal, when I bought the boat the decals were missing.

mikeg205 09-26-2012 10:06 AM

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Originally Posted by frankster66 (Post 880389)
mgorczak1 , Iím looking for the decal, when I bought the boat the decals were missing.

Ah...sorry... I am trying to figure out how to recreate the silver part. Roland Printers have a mettalic ink that might do the trick.

frankster66 09-27-2012 06:13 PM

Is the black plastic cover just a beauty cover? Can you just remove it?

Double D 09-27-2012 06:25 PM

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Originally Posted by frankster66 (Post 880776)
Is the black plastic cover just a beauty cover? Can you just remove it?

Yes, and sell it to me!! :D

You still need a Frame Arrestor cover of some sort.

lake weir skier 07-04-2018 05:45 AM

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Originally Posted by mikeg205 (Post 880387)
You can use a blow dryer to remove - carefully, wipe off old adhesive with label remover and then reapply with 3M permanent spray adhesive.. and re apply...If decal survives treatment. Special process to make they decals. Chrome effect with metallic type silver ink. I have the same problem with the bubble. The adhesive needs to be replaced. However not sure if the decal would survive the restoration process.


You refer to "3M permanent spray adhesive." Which of the 3M spray adhesives would be best for re-applying the original decals to the engine cover? 20? 76? 77? 80? 90? Something else? I'm particularly concerned about heat. I may stick a thermometer on that engine cover next time out to see how hot things are getting where the decals go.

mikeg205 07-05-2018 12:51 PM

I took off my plastic engine cover cuz it covers the ECU. Heat is the killer of electronics and i want my ecu to cool as fast as it can...

Regarding the spray adhesives.. I have only used the 77.... that should more than enough for a decal.. 90 is overkill



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