Fusioncoat: Everything You Need to Know

Fusioncoat Copper Sample

While Eddie Motorsports might be your number one choice of custom billet parts, you may not be aware that we can help refinish the rest of your project. We can make your old parts look like new! Through the Fusioncoat program, Eddie Motorsports offers sandblasting, powder coating, and ceramic coating. Even large items like a frame are no problem! Once dirty and rusty parts have been sandblasted, they are ready to go into our 20-foot oven. New parts require no prep. Besides our standard powder coat colors, we have hundreds of custom colors in stock and others we can special order for an additional charge. For ceramic coating exhaust components like headers, we offer two finishes: Matte Black (up to 2,000 degrees) and Bright Silver (up to 1,300 degrees). Long-tube headers typically cost $250 in silver and $350 in black, while shorty headers are $125 in silver and $175 in black. Call 909-945-2830 for additional details on pricing any of these services.

Services offered:

  • Fusioncoat Copper Close UpSandblasting
  • Powder coating
  • Ceramic coating




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Click here for this story by Chevy High Performance:

If you’re building a car, you have three choices for refinishing the various metal bits involved: painting, plating, or powdercoating (also known as electrostatic painting). Powdercoating may seem new and high-tech, but it’s actually been around for over 40 years. Once used primarily for industrial applications, today it’s become a very popular option for getting a durable and good-looking finish on parts for our classic Chevys.

To check out the process firsthand, we dropped by Eddie Motorsports in Rancho Cucamonga, California, to follow along as they powdercoat some parts for a Camaro project we’re working on.


Or here for this one by Street Rodder:

After this truck frame and miscellaneous trim pieces were soda and copper blasted at Cal Blast, they were delivered to Fusioncoat, a powdercoating company owned by Eddie Borges (of Eddie Marine/Motorsport fame) based in Rancho Cucamonga, California. Fusioncoat has been around since 1997 and they have coated everything from car wheels to suspension parts, engine parts and air cleaners, and everything else in between. And where anodizing is a plating process where a dye is added to create a color, powdercoating is accomplished by negatively grounding the item to be coated, then positively charging a powder media that gets shot through a gun at low pressure and, when it hits the negatively grounded part, the powder sticks. What’s more, Fusioncoat can also do two-stage powdercoating that gives the finish a pearlized or candied appearance.




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