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I'm looking for a cover from a DI cassette that I can take to get powder coated...can't have my DD down while I wait...anyone have one they want to let go of super cheap?
 

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I've never ever seen the top of a DI cassette.
I know people have done it but..
I'd be interested to see what it looks like underneath.
 

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I could swear I had seen someone that had theirs powdercoated or something, no? If I'm off my rocker let me know. Alternately, if I manage to find/get one apart, I'll be sure to post pictures of the guts.
 

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Well, I just picked up a pimpin' c900 valve cover from Moreboost, and will be using it to replace my gross peeling black one in my NG...Tentative plans right now are to either powdercoat the valve cover, or use one of those g2 epoxy brake paint kits on it...I really want to have my DI polished and then powdered clear...obviously you can't just toss the whole thing in the oven so there must be a way to get that cover off...right?
 

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That's what I'm going to find out. I've been told it can't be done, but only by people haven't tried it so... we'll see how it works out. I'll post in my new thread my progress on that front. Just need to find someone who powder coats for reasonable $$.
 

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I don't think you can swap the top from a dead one onto a good one...I pulled mine apart and the black plastic is actually the cover, all the electronics are attached to the top part. Unless there was a way to separate them that I missed.
 

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Yeah - not sure how you will make it work.... I know ppl have gutted them for non-DI cars before as a cover (I thought that was what you were doing....) Not sure how you take it appart to powder coat.... I'd just mask it all off and spray paint it nice.
 

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The coils and other electronics are inset and potted beneath the black plastic cover. Aside from cutting the stuff out, there is no realistic way to swap the internals. You could certainly painstakingly remove them and use the DI housing as a cover on a c900...but not much else.
 

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Awwwwwwww lame. Guess we'll be going the hand polish route then. Crap.
 
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