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Imperial red colour code

What is the paint code for 2011 Imperial Red Kawi code 35D

I need to have some mixed up but I am in Thailand so Colourrite paint is not a choice, and their code 3802 seems unique to their brand.
We do have Dupont, Gaslrit and a couple of other international brands

Any international brand code that I can cross reference or the recipe would be appreciated.
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Try US Paint. I believe they have factory colors. Perhaps. They can help you.
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I am in Thailand and need a code that can be cross referenced to Dupont or some other international brand
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That was my point. Perhaps their code will cross.
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their website does not give any codes that I can see
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You actually need two colours to match the Imperial Red.
I think you need a base coat of 19J and then the top coat of 35D

See HERE on the RSBikepaint website

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This is due to your colour is a 2 stage paint and therefore also requires a specific base paint. Candys for example, rely on a metallic base paint to provide the metallic content. Your colour is transparent and hence needs a particular basepaint to create the final colour. If you do not use the recommended base, we cannot guarantee the colour matching.* Note on lacquers: Your paint will dry matt and will not be protected unless it is lacquered with the suggested gloss, satin or matt lacquer.
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Yes but those Kawi codes do not translate over to a international brand so that I can get it mixed
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You actually need two colours to match the Imperial Red.
I think you need a base coat of 19J and then the top coat of 35D

See HERE on the RSBikepaint website

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Yes but those Kawi codes do not translate over to a international brand so that I can get it mixed
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Found this on the Glasurit Paints Online Website



Also attached is a PDF breakdown of the paint mix.

Note - No 1 = Base coat mix, and No 2 = Colour top coat mix + the lacqure you want on top.

Hope it helps

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