Anyone use Ducati Red touch up paint from colorrite.com? I need some and was wondering what worked best from these guys, the pen or the bottle and brush? I have a few small chips on the front nose fairing from getting stuck behind farmers. Thanks guys.
2006 999 Track Bike
2012 Hypermotard 1100 evo sp Corse
Last edited by NickyD999; Oct 16th, 2007 at 11:20 pm.
Don't waste your money and time with Color Rite.
Go to Autozone and get a vial of "Dupli-Color Scratch Fix 2 in 1", color number TY 01560, Toyota Super Red 2 #3E5, touch up paint.
It is a DEAD-ON match for Ducati red. It's not close, it's EXACTLY the same, and it's a few dollars. Same color, same glossiness, same thickness. I just used some this afternoon to fix some nicks on my frame. One vial will last you forever.
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'84 VF500F Interceptor
999 or 998 Streetfighter (next build)
I scratched the lower edge of the fairing (red 1098) on the wheel chock of my trailer. Tried the Color Rite in the bottle specifically for the red 1098 as per their web site. Horrible match. Two completely different reds. So I bought a new lower fairing. Can't have a scratch on my baby like that. It was pretty noticeable to me even touched up. I wasn't happy with the match of that touch up paint color. Had the wheel chock milled down so now more scratches towing. Might try that other stuff per nove-r when the need arises.
2007 Ducati 1098 Red
2006 Ducati ST3sabs Gloss Black
Testors gloss red model enamel; 1.39 a bottle in my hardware shop. Its a very very close match to Duc Red once its dried. Testors brushes are about 1.19 so your getting touch-up paint for less than 3.00. Also Testors Gloss White is a dead on match for Duc number boards.
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