Devlibiss or Sharp both have some decent guns that should work out well for you.Oh yeah. I want to be able to do this in my free time as a hobby, and still make some money from it. I would like to graduate to cars eventually, because I have an eye for a few 15 year-old luxury cars that would be in my price range. A guy down in miami put up a minijet 3 on craigslist on Friday. $80.00!!
I call him today, and he sold it on ebay already for 170.00 or so.
So I guess I'm looking at the Devilbiss line. I'm the type who likes to do tons of research, and then hear from those in the know, like yourself, and then make an educated purchase. Thanks for your time.
Now, tell mw. Since this is my bike, and I have the time to put into prep work, I imagine I should be able to get a top notch job with a budget spray gun (Devilbiss?). I have every intention of sanding the primer, sanding the basecoat, and sanding/polishing the clear. Sounds like a better gun will reauire less sanding, which results in less wasted paint and time. Is this the major benefit??
The Sharpe is a MUCH better gun than a Devilbiss, from my experience.Went to the paint shop today. Guy says his DeVilbiss plus shot better than his Sata 3000. Only person I heard say that in all my research.
One thing he did say, however, is if you're trying to save money upfront, you'd be better off buying one standard size gun instead of a mini gun. Anyone disagree? I do plan on graduating to cars eventually. Given the price, I'm almost sold on the DeVilbiss.
I'll do some reasearch on the Sharpe.
Yeah, if you can find all the parts to that S3, you can go ahead and dig them all out of my trailer, and I'll sell it back to you, lol.