mikeymike69: i liked the blk and red better myself..
demaciu88: doesn't look good at all, especially up close.
Rafael Sanchez: you missed a video with that stupid song in the background
Smiley Thegee: crap doesn't even come close to the real chrome
J Smith: You show close up of the before painting the rim and during painting the rim but you only show after results with the bike moving and then stopped from a distance. Can't tell much at all. Can't see a shine. Why no close up ?
Fifty81: sorry but that doesn't look like chrome it looks more like gunmetal
Mike Mac: Does it go faster?
Michael Cervantez: Looks like crap
christopher worden: e rrrrr paint brush lol u dumb??
gigabytex64: I was trying to say that Alclad paint can be used to give you a perfect chrome look simply by use a gloss black the same you did, but instead of doing the silver, use Alclad chrome paint then top off with clear. I prefer hi gloss clear to finish. For some reason the word Peform ended up being placed in by predictive text sorry for the mix up. I use the Alclad as it give a mirror finish, I do mean mirror finish my skyline has a wolf on both side's of the car and one on the bonnet and I cant show photos as with anything chromed its hard to get a really good pic. Again sorry for the mixup. if you like look for C3PO costumes on youtube you will see how it looks better.
John Shagawat: Looks like polished not chrome ?
rod ney: chrome paint sux. Black was better.
gigabytex64: Here is a handy tip spray the alclad over tge surface and it will become perform yes you can back it with ajy dark clor but there is enough that you can do 3 coats with it and still left over and it looks like a mirror unlike so many that you require gloss alclad just needs a dark color
romeo lagardon: he didnt put too much chrome. i can still see some black paint mix with chrome.. u got it wrong.. not pure chrome yet. i think its 70 to 80% chrome...
RedTeamWolf: where's the chrome? it looks like a dull silver
MegaReddevil91: That high gloss black looked amazing.
SaltyTaco: They still don't look like genuine chrome wheels.
Redneck Italian: Chrome coats really need a glossy black finish as a base. When using Por 15 the metal has to be very clean an prepped/etched first or it will flake off. It is a great rust preventative but it will not deal with UV exposure well. Usually for the next coat to adhere correctly Por 15 needs to be roughed up to allow the next topcoat to stick. Thus It would defeat the purpose of having a shiny base. In this case, there is a risk of the chrome paint also coming off over time. It has been four years, how have your wheels held up?
Mihai Nemoiu: Rubber one, big freaking grooves, use a paint for the base... Your, my friend, are retarded :| I would beat the he'll out of you if you present to me those wheels... :/