Thanks man! I bought both, went back and forth on which one to use, settled on the remover. Read more than a few times that the converter can only handle a thin layer of rust. If the rust is thick enough than only the surface will convert but the rust underneath remains. Might use it on the tank though. Wouldn't want to see that turn yellow. More spray painting. Had another go with the epoxy primer because it looked like it was sprayed on thin. Really cleaned out the spray gun properly this time and there was so much gunk in there. Sprayed so much better after. Sprayed the top coat too and man that stuff is a lot harsher on the lungs and lingers. Had to improve ventilation. All in all not too bad but still plenty of room for improvement. Didn't properly cover more than a few spots on the swingarm. Preparing the alloy parts. The frame came back from the powder coater in the city and it looks awesome. Great to see it in good shape for once instead of the state it was in before. Big step forward in the project. Also got the rims back from the sand blaster. Will try to do some work on them with aluminium brazing rods to fill up the rim rot. Especially on the rear. Need to get my hands on a torch first. Will be able to kick the project into first gear in a week and a half and start putting the bike back together again.