If your bikes covered in oil most of the time there could be a problem!
Most brit bikes were notorious for leaking from new, and nearly always had satin or semi gloss paint for the frames.
It's fine to use, if you get marks from oils etc use isopropyl alcohol to wipe it off.
2k is also a hard finish.
Not everyone's a numpty you know.
After 32yrs of building bikes and refinishing stuff for a living I have some knowledge.
The frames done at last, I'm really happy with how it's turned out, the rear hoop and welds, with the support gussets are smooth and neat.
Also had a fiddle with the tank badges while I was a bit bored, they are a soft alloy and we're battered, so I sprayed them satin black then used a fine paper to remove the paint from the letters and give them a brushed finish.
And fitted some new swingarm bearings before I paint it, decided to use some threaded bar and washers to press them in as they are a bit too delicate to drift in.
OK, another change!
Even though the paint on the frame was 2k I didn't like it after a long cure time
it just looked a bit, I don't know, thin!!
So went again and this time gloss black followed by 2k clear, swingarm in the same.
Looks much better and nice and tough.
Got to loosely put a few bits together for a bit of a mental boost.
I have extended the thread down the swingarm pivot as I won't be using the old footrest hanger plates that it passed through, so I can cut it to a shorter length to suit.
No, they are the rfy shocks that have dubious build quality, they are going to be stripped down, checked and built with correct oil and air levels.
A machined bleed valve will be fitted to the reservoir too.
Different shock, seen that myself, he cut through it to see what was in it.
These have an air bladder filled with nitrogen in the reservoir, there is a schrader valve on the underside of the reservoir.
They are gas charged, just not matched as pairs, also the oil level will be low and air gaps will be wrong.