Final, Part 9:
I'm done with the spraying now.
I tried to take care of the previous clear coat runs with a colour sand:
800 - 1200 - 1500 - 2000 - Colour restorer polish.
This didn't leave a shine as nice and wet as the clear coat went on, I didn't polish any further I decided to shoot another clear coat on just to be satisfied.
I sanded back with 800 to scuff up the paint a little and allow for adhesion. I shot another 2 coats of clear on the F&F and bars. This went on well, without any runs. I turned the material down a little in the gun and set the pressure to 30psi for the 1st coat and 40psi for the 2nd and final clear coat. There seemed to be a lot of spray into the air, but the finish is OK.
I could see the finish melting together and looking quite smooth, I sprayed the frame hanging one went and once finished turned it around to hang the other. I don't know if this helped, but, I have no runs.
I'll let this dry well and then build the bike back up.
I think the clear coat needs weeks to dry proper before some polish and wax.
I've properly enjoyed this is it's given me some practice for the bike I planned to paint before buying the kit.
Last pics to document all steps, not much different then the previous step's pics.