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    Re: 2016 CTS-V Black Diamond

    Looks awesome! Iíve seen a lot of swirled up black Cadillacs... that color really brings out the imperfections. You killed it.


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    Re: 2016 CTS-V Black Diamond

    Wow that looks great! Well done Justin!

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    Re: 2016 CTS-V Black Diamond

    What a awesome job! Out of the "Newer" cars this is my favorite. Dam race car for sure. There are a couple around here with motor work down, really sound good.
    My wife has a CTS but unfortunately it doesn't have the V at the end, It is the top end one though. Running 80mph feels like 40.

    Once again, great job

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    Re: 2016 CTS-V Black Diamond

    Quote Originally Posted by Justin at Final Inspection View Post

    Love this shot, good job man. Excellent Work!



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    Re: 2016 CTS-V Black Diamond

    Thanks everyone!!!
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    Re: 2016 CTS-V Black Diamond

    Wow Iím late on this. That finish is ridiculous, I love it.

    The most interesting thing to me is the industrial coating on the suspension pieces. Whatís the life span and care directions for it? Looks like it would be a great money maker just marketing that service for new cars in salty areas. Just coat the entire undercarriage.
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    Re: 2016 CTS-V Black Diamond

    Looks FANTASTIC!

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    Re: 2016 CTS-V Black Diamond

    Quote Originally Posted by JDGolden View Post
    Wow I’m late on this. That finish is ridiculous, I love it.

    The most interesting thing to me is the industrial coating on the suspension pieces. What’s the life span and care directions for it? Looks like it would be a great money maker just marketing that service for new cars in salty areas. Just coat the entire undercarriage.
    Thanks bud. So IGL Eclipse is definitely like nothing else. And I don't say that very often. It can be hand applied but compare it to applying gorilla glue when trying to level lol. Most users spray it as I do with a iwata lph80 gun set to 8-10 psi and a 1/4 turn back on the flow from closed. When done in this manner it self levels making it perfect for wheels calipers and suspension/liners.

    I have hand applied it to work trucks and have got a work out but it definitely provides results. Check out the Peterbilt dump truck I did last year.

    Its rated for 2 years in a true grueling industrial environment where stuff is worked hard. On a average car it will last a lot longer on wheels etc. People do granite, showers stove tops etc. Skys the limit. Definitely not a cheep product but it's super profitable.

    My cost for a 1 liter bottle is like 1100$. But my last liter profited me over 7k. Typically for 4 wheels, calipers and suspension/liners I charge 4-500 and use 40ml
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    Re: 2016 CTS-V Black Diamond

    Nice, thanks for the info. I'd love to see a side by side comparison to no protection on say differentials, leaf springs, control arms etc, vs one that was sprayed with this stuff. Run through the salt belt for a couple years and see how much was protected. And dang that's expensive!
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