RIFE Mr Beasley-Torched

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jcamn1jcamn1 ClubWRX  704WRX Points: 100Handicap: 1Posts: 704 ClubWRX
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The pictures don't do it justice, but here is my torched Mr Beasley. These are the better ones to show colors.Tough to get a Great Picture with my camera...Sorry
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  • jcamn1jcamn1 ClubWRX  704WRX Points: 100Handicap: 1Posts: 704 ClubWRX
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    To all the guys that sent the PM's.... I use Mapp Gas, it seems to get hotter than normal propane....of course double the price too image/vava.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':vava:' /> . then two stroke oil...a little more color to start with.
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  • FATC1TYFATC1TY Getting it up, and down! Members  5139WRX Points: 2Posts: 5,139 Titanium Tees
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    MAPP gas is way, way better to use when doing torching. It does get hotter, and faster. It'll bring out the colors much quicker, and much deeper.

    Use a regular oil, not a synthetic oil too when cooling.
  • niconiconiconico nico Members  256WRX Points: 0Posts: 256
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    what did u do before using the mapp torch?

    or did you just torch and dunk in the oil?

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