Its custom from the catback with resonator; i know its huge...but i like the way it looks haha.
Took about 3 days just to roll on 4 coats, then about a weekend to wetsand it all down and buff it out. But just to let you know, I wanted to get it done quick so I really didn't take my time on it. So if you did take the time and effort, it would turn out a lot better than mine. It really comes down to the wetsanding. Other people who've done it wetsanded between every 2 coats with 6 coats overall. My rex was originally white, so I just went for 4. I've got some orange peel here and there that I COULD sand down to a smooth finish....but im lazy haha.
I only paid around $50 for the whole project and that includes: A gallon Gloss white rustoleum paint (you don't even really need a gallon, the most i used was only bout a quart), Mineral Spirits (to thin out the paint), ultra fine 4" foam roller, various grits of wetsand paper, fine liquid cutting compound, and I was lucky enough to have a neighbor lend me his orbital buffer.
So pretty much it's just the time and effort you put into it and it'll turn out A LOT better than rattle can. And it'll probably take a beating better than primer during the upcoming winter months. Oh yeah, and just to let you know I did this all outside in direct sun! It's best to do it in a garage. But yea just goolge "tremclad paintjob" or "rustoleum paintjob" and you'll get some links to other forums who've done the same thing. And i know at least a couple of people on here have done the same thing; so if you got any questions just hit me up.