Ace is correct. I do a lot of casting and I always vacuum the resin and use a pressure pot. The resin I use has a 20 to 25 minute pot life. I'm not sure about the low viscosity resin not creating bubbles, I have a clear resin that's almost like water and it creates more bubbles! Best bet is de-gas and use pressure for casting. Also super glue is the way for filling pin holes!
First never use black for a chrome base. The best results I have is a gray base, 10 to 40 percent gray. Chrome dose not have color, it reflects whatever is around it. I use a two part automotive urethane clear, wait 5 to 10 minutes and spray Alclad. The two part clear cures in twenty four hours and you can try rubbing the Alclad off and it will not smear.
Can you tell me where you purchased the detailed RR instructions on the engine? I have a couple Pocher kits that I will be finishing when I'm
finished with my current project. Any info would be appreciated, thanks.
Get the appropriate diameter wire and slide one side of the hinge ( all three) onto the wire and glue them to the door. Then take out the wire and
attach the other side of the hinges and glue to the door pillar. They should open and close smoothly!
You can use just about any rod or tube, aluminum, brass, wood, or styrene. Pick the diameter you need and put a strip of two sided tape on one end
and your good to go. Replace the tape as needed. It will last forever.