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Choosing the HVLP spray gun for you. Review . paint my car/truck

Purchase a Paint DVD www.McQueenpaint.net Just a quick video. These are just some of the more popular gravity feed guns. There are plenty more chooses out there.
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  • imantenis
    February 12, 2011

    good video. More videos on painting techniques and equipment

  • ijuslykwach
    March 10, 2011

    thanx!!!! verry helpful vid

  • tadeuganzella
    April 17, 2011

    @mcqueenpaint thank you. I will try to import a sata or Iwata. Here in my
    country does not have … : /

  • jbascomb1
    April 19, 2011

    Hey man nice video, i want to paint my 95 subaru impreza from teal to
    white, which spray gun and type of paint would you recommend? Thanks.

  • Peter Wilson
    May 8, 2011

    Hi Great Video… Is it possable for you to make a vido showing how to
    setup a good spray pattern for Metalic Base coat and Clear coat. I cant
    find any profesional videos showing you atomisation… I seem to be getting
    it wrong, I seem to endup with a very Sarkly paint and lighter color even
    though the paint has been matched with the old panel. Thanks

  • mcqueenpaint
    May 8, 2011

    @PeterFalconII I plan on doing a spray video on these guns so you can see
    the differences. The setup I show in this video is the way we spray
    everything. It sounds like you are putting it on to dry. Tighten up your
    overlap and get a closer to the panel. Make sure the base is wetting up on
    your coats especially with pearls and metallic . Thanks

  • mcqueenpaint
    June 2, 2011

    @bunn1989 Iwata LPH400, Iwata Super nova, Sata jet 3000 or 4000, Devilbiss
    GTI, Devilbiss Tekna or whatever is in your budget. Just remember that you
    get what you pay for. You could also find these used on ebay for cheap.
    Thanks for watching

  • mcqueenpaint
    July 24, 2011

    @chaloguate One of the many things I have learned is there are a bunch of
    different ways to get the same end result. It’s up to you what you want to
    use to make the job quality with speed. I still learn everyday and will
    continue to share. Thanks for the comment bro

  • mcqueenpaint
    August 6, 2011

    @seabee277 I will do it soon. Thanks

  • mcqueenpaint
    August 16, 2011

    @MommyBird10 They will work O.K. for small stuff like Motorcycle’s or
    guitars. You will probably hate them if you tried spraying a whole car.

  • mcqueenpaint
    August 16, 2011

    @MommyBird10 yeah you should get at least 1 reg. for the guns. You can
    switch it over to whatever gun you are using to save money. You should be
    fine with the air compressor on the small stuff, you might need something
    bigger for Motorcycles.

  • Munky332
    September 28, 2011

    Eastwood company touts their guns as only needed 4 cfm – would you consider
    these worth the price if one only has a small air compressor but wants to
    do a large car? i only have a 30 gallon 6cfm compressor (thinkin bout buyin
    a cheapo harbor freight 60 gallon, which is actually just a belaire
    rebrand). also, would you recommend the devilbiss guns? i can get a 3 gun
    kit for under 200$. i have a TCP global 3 gun kit, but i’ve only shot
    primer with it… thinkin i might try SS urethane first?

  • mcqueenpaint
    October 31, 2011

    @saskekun101 Primer and sealer are thicker than base coat color in most

  • mcqueenpaint
    December 14, 2011

    @jrfunilariapintura The best clear guns I think are SATA 3000rp or SATA

  • mcqueenpaint
    December 26, 2011

    @wea619 Set to what gun says to. The standard here is 29psi. You can play
    around with it if its not spraying very good.

  • mcqueenpaint
    February 18, 2012

    @krikke666bass Yes, Go cheap for the primer gun.

  • supersport2778
    February 23, 2012

    Thanks for your vids! Quick question: What do u think about the devilbiss
    finish line HVLP guns? Worth getting to do a couple of first time paint
    jobs and touch ups? I can spend up to 300 bux. I’d like to start off with a
    good gun unless you think thats too difficult to learn with a good gun to
    start with? Also, break down the tips of the guns you use for shooting
    base,clear, primer and sealer. Thanks and I’ll keep watching!!!

  • supersport2778
    February 25, 2012

    @mcqueenpaint Thanks! I will look into that copper one. I see the favorites
    are sata and Iwata, but one guy said he didnt like the sata as it shoots
    out too much material/paint for his taste. I guess once youve tried them
    all, u can catch the little differences. When you can, tell us whats your
    favorite guns and why. And do most guys shoot base with 1.3 and clear 1.4
    tips? I see mixed opinions and styles out there. Thanks! Hope u put out a
    new video soon =). Thanks bro!

  • mcqueenpaint
    February 28, 2012

    @supersport2778 I will, You asked about tips and its all preference. You
    can use a 1.2,1.3,1.4 for base or clear. I can spray the same with all
    three. I just move faster the higher the number. The SATA is a fast
    gun(puts out alot of material). That’s why production guys like it so much.
    Gets the job done quick. Thanks and hope it helped

  • msbj10
    March 3, 2012

    what about the fuji super 3 HVLP gun .. i saw it on spraygunworld . com ..
    i want to start painitng guitars is it good?

  • mcqueenpaint
    March 5, 2012

    @msbj10 Never heard of it. If you do buy it let me know If it works good.

  • DaBears1883
    March 23, 2012

    I was looking at Ingersoll Rands Hvlp gun and it looks pretty decent for
    $120 do you know anything about it? Also tcpglobal has a set of 3 guns for
    $99 but I don’t know if that’s to goodto be true, thanks man and your vids
    are the shot!

  • mcqueenpaint
    March 25, 2012

    Not sure, I noticed with the cheaper guns they don’t atomize very well and
    spray a smaller fan pattern. You could try it out and take it back If you
    don’t like it. Thanks

  • Rick Hale
    March 27, 2012

    Thanks for the information

  • Amanda B
    December 4, 2013

    guns in my shop dont stay clean like that haha. freaking brand new! 😛