450BHP Pug 106 Turbo Behemoth Paint Correction Detail

jonjay

50 Years of 911
Jun 27, 2005
5,843
1
Essex
This weekend saw a beast of a car being detailed. This is probably the fastest Pug 106 in the country boasting 450BHP, 380 of which are at the wheels in an 800KG shell! Race clutch, race cams, roll cage and differential, its clear that no expense was spared in making a car “that would scare” a lot of people once moving.

The car was sprayed over a year ago however the paint wasn’t up to the standard Dean was expecting. Dean has done a superb job of looking after the car since, regularly using the two bucket method and SRP monthly has kept the paint work in good clean condition. Of course the main problem was swirling and a plan for agreed on how we would tackle this.

Products

Wash n Drying
Meguairs NXT Tech Shampoo (body work)
Meguairs All Purpose Cleaner
Valet Pro Snowfoam
Sonus Drying Towel
Meguairs, Chemical Guys and Shagpile microfibers

Body Work
Cleanyourcar fine polyclay
Meguairs Last Touch Quick Detailer
Menzerna Power Polish (PO 203S)
Dodo Juice Lime Prime

Sealants and Waxes
CarLack 68 Acrylic Sealant
Chemical Guys Blitz Sealant

Plastics, Rubbers and Glass
Autoglym Vinyl & Rubber Care
Turtlewax Glass Cleaner
Chemical Guys Wheel Guard
Turtlewax Tyre Gel Dressing

Tools
Meguiars G220 mk2 machine polisher
Karcher Pressure washer
Snow foam Lance
Myriad of foam applicators
Menzerna Polish Pad, Lake Country Cutting and Polishing spot pads
Swissvax Detail Brush
Meguiars Wheel Spoke Brush
3M 3434 Masking Tape


Here is how she turned up.

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Cleaned the wheels

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Cleaned the plastics

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jonjay

50 Years of 911
Jun 27, 2005
5,843
1
Essex
Valet Pro snowfoam

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Valet Pro Snow foam cleaning ability is pretty impressive

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Wash Stage

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jonjay

50 Years of 911
Jun 27, 2005
5,843
1
Essex
Claying Stage - as you can see AG SRP has done a superb job in keeping the paint clean and smooth.

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Drying Stage – got to love the leaf blower!

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jonjay

50 Years of 911
Jun 27, 2005
5,843
1
Essex
Left Side Wing correction

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Left Side Door correction

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Left Side Arch correction

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jonjay

50 Years of 911
Jun 27, 2005
5,843
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Essex
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Right Side Wing correction

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Right Side Door correction

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right side vs ride side rear

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jonjay

50 Years of 911
Jun 27, 2005
5,843
1
Essex
450BHP Pug 106 Turbo Behemoth Paint Correction Detail Part 2

Wet Sanding

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Rear Side arch

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Roof corrected – reflectastic!

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jonjay

50 Years of 911
Jun 27, 2005
5,843
1
Essex
Rear Bumper corrected

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Front Bumper correction

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After

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Here are the results of the first pass with 203S. Quite impressed with the cutting and glossing capability. Just gives you that little bit more cut that the 106FA but you don’t lose the gloss factor like you do with intensive polish.

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jonjay

50 Years of 911
Jun 27, 2005
5,843
1
Essex
For the second stage I decided on Dodo Juice Lime prime instead of Menzerna. Reason for this was I tried Lime Prime via machine on one panel first, the results were so good I didn’t think twice to do the whole car with it. Gave a super deep gloss finish and my mrs even commented on what a difference LP made.


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With this special car Dean wanted the interior machined also. Weapon of choice was Lime Prime again as many of the scratches were real deep so I went for look over correction. Worked out pretty well!


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Rear boot area

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jonjay

50 Years of 911
Jun 27, 2005
5,843
1
Essex
Boot was machine with Lime Prime then al the interior surfaces was treated with CarLack AIO Sealant.

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The car was then treated with 3 Coats of Chemical Guys Blitz spray sealant that also contains lovely canny wax.


Results

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