Most people on the board have used just regular spray paint. Otherwise if you have the skill or the money, you can have it painted with a gun and real automotive paint. Bat Lord, myself, and I believe one other person did that.
Otherwise the regular $2 a can blue light special spray paint does the trick. Just make sure that before you paint, you clean your parts very very good. Either buy some wax and grease remover, or use regular dish soap to clean the parts. Clean them like 2 or 3 times just to make sure. The last thing you want when you paint are little fisheyes or dust particles in the paint. <img src=icon_smile_evil.gif border=0 align=middle>
When painting, use a good primer. Sometimes people get sandable plastic primer, and then once they apply 2 or 3 coats, they wet sand the parts until they're nice and smooth. When you apply the colored paint, don't do it all in one shot. Take your time, gently move the can side to side, holding it about a foot away from the parts. It's better to do 3 or 4 coats of light spray than 1 or 2 thick coats. Once it's all fully dried (best is to leave it dry over night) then wet sand it, and apply a few good coats of gloss clear. The clear coat is what's gonna protect the paint from scratches and dirt, so it's good to apply to like 4-6 light coats.
Then let it dry (again, preferably over night) and install all back together. Good luck! <img src=icon_smile_wink.gif border=0 align=middle>
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