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post #1 of 28 Old 08-12-08, 12:09 Thread Starter
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Paint codes for everything inc wheels/rims, engine casing, frame

Hi all,
does anyone have a clue on the paint codes for the non bodywork stuff. I've searched and searched and no joy.

The bodywork stuff is easy to find:
http://www.triumph.co.uk/uk/2046.aspx
But no references for the other colours (e.g. engines, frame etc)


Colour / Manufacturer / Paint Code / Triumph part number for touch up

Fusion White / DUPONT / 486950101 / T3120300-NF
Graphite / IVC / L3725 / T3120300-LC
Jet Black / IVC / L2344 / T3120300-PG
Neon Blue / DUPONT / RF2511 / T3120300-JO
Roulette Green / IVC / L2589 / T3120300-HG
Scorched Yellow / IVC / 1000792 (L4819) / T3120300-FG
Tornado Red / IVC / L2804 / T3120300-CM
Tornado Red / DUPONT / /BEC 2211 / T3120300-CM


Non Bodywork colours
These I can't find any references..
Engine casings - greyish??
Engine casings - SE black??
Wheel Rims - Greyish??
Wheel Rims - SE - Gold??
Frame - black-ish??

Other links:
DuPont for tornado red: http://color.dupontrefinish.info/scr...=&stcode=M1724
A company called "standox" seems to be or was a supplier. http://www.standox.com/portal/


US contact for IVC:
I V C Industrial Coatings Inc.
22452250 Valley Ave.,
Indianapolis IN 46218, United States
(317)636-4407
(317)636-4436 fax


Anyone got any other information?
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*Bump* Anyone? No one? Still have no idea on the non- bodywork paint codes..
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Pretty sure the hard parts are powdercoated.
Hence making a color code a *****.



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Pretty sure the hard parts are powdercoated.
Hence making a color code a *****.
Hrm.. Perhaps there are limited options for powder coating then? I thought some people had colour matched various things over the years.
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www.trgcoatings.com
he can colormatch anything.



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Any word on SE's Phantom Black or the SE engine covers?

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I'm not sure if you want to include these as "Aftermarket equivalents"

clutch, stator, and engine covers: Rustoleum Semi Gloss anodized bronze (spray paint)

Graphite: Rustoleum Metallic Charcoal (very close match) (spray paint)

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I need the code for the SE wheels, if anyone has any luck finding it... Let me know!!!

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SE's Phantom Black:
Standox 769086, Triumph's code: T3120300-PR

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anyone who has the code for the frame? There is some sort of flake in it.
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