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Old 03-11-2017
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We used a 'dry ice' blasting process at work once.

Very effective and great when you don't want piles of blasting media collecting all over the place.
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Finally, a new episode!

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Finally, a new episode!





Loved it mate.

Iím subscribed to your YouTube channel.

Can you tell me why you went with hydro blasting as opposed to soda blasting?


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Can't really tell you to be honest. I've never had any experience with soda blasting. I've had bits hydroblasted in the past and like to finish it leaves.

Plus, Mark from Pioneer Finishes (who did these parts) is a bike enthusiast which helps.

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New episode - I made an engine stand...

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Really loving the time, craftsmanship and money gone into the whole project inspires me to do more on my RMX. Really wish I had of known what hydroblasting was before I did my engine finish looks amazing!
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Thanks for the nice comment mate!

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Bottom end completed...

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