I see a lot of threads about doing your own riser. My coatings are thermally cured and require a lot of experience to apply---especially in the matte blacks. They are completely chemical resistant and are SUPER thin.-------but----- if you want to try the job on your own, then here is a good low cost way to get good results.
1. Have the riser stripped and media blasted and degreased
2. Use DupliColor self-etching primer as a base( it dries quickly and needs to be scuffed with medium scotch brite
3. JOHN DEERE BLITZ BLACK paint is a great choice for a satin/matte black. It can be purchased in a spray can, but I buy it by the quart and ad the recommended hardner for the toughest finish. It can be bought at any J.D. dealer.
I use it on cars and hot rods for the perfect hot-rod black look. It works great and is easy to use.