I would like to repaint my cylinder for my 70. Would it be wise to get it sand blasted then spray paint the outside only with high heat primer then high heat glossy? I also plan on getting it reboard for a new piston.
It should be cleaned first, then bored, then painted. The people who bore it should do the cleaning for you, the things I've had machined before were always cleaned before they did any machining, if the items needed it of course. You will need to clean it well after the machining is done too. As far as primer goes, I've never used heat primer and I haven't had any problems with the dozens of parts I've painted, the heat paint sticks just fine. Thats my