RSP paint question
Does anyone know if this is an actual pearl paint where a pearl coat(s) are applied? My next project supra is going to be rsp or something similar. I was wanting to know because if it is i might try something different and experiment with different pearl mixes.
My friends dad owns a paint booth and high grade paint equipment and he is going to help me figure out if an new type of color can be produced. Dont get me wrong i love rsp i just want to experiment and see if something original can be come up with.
Does anyone know anything about this sort of thing or has anyone ever messed around with pearl paints? If so let me know, thanks in advance
I'm at least 90% sure that RSP is just another basic metallic color...not a "3-stage" color (but I could be wrong). Your friend's dad should be able to pull up the code and see if it calls for a "mid-coat" or not. I never actually pulled the code on the computer, but if it doesnt call for a mid-coat, then its just another metallic color. "Mid-coat" is the actual pearl color applied to a base color, then you clear.
base color, then mid-coat (actual pearl-3 coats), then clearcoat.
Its a 2 stage paint. I just had my front bumper and hood repainted at a Toyota body shop, and thats what they told me. It matched perfectly.
Ah okay thanks supraLB. Thats all i needed to know, if there was an actual pearl coat. That explains why it can be matched up thanks again for the input