I need it really good quality, much like the decals on team orion or other motors in that same type of material. I have a simple job of taking one decal and bassicly change the colors on it, the hue of colors and thats it and making it into a new decal for the original motor. Its for the Micro rs4, the team orion elite mod. Its decals is made up of blues, I want oranges and yellows.
check your yellow pages for someone that does printing, ask if they can make sticker with an oil resitant cover. They probally will not make just one for you - you will probally need to order a sheet. Unless you order a lot - it may cost a pretty penny.
second idea - print what ever you like on regular label paper (that has a sticky side) - then use clear contact paper on top of it. This doesn't last as long as a professionally made sticker, might be cheaper
There is something a little better than contact paper. I have used self-adhesive laminating sheets to protect ink jet labels.
The ones that I use are very high gloss and will give you some protection. Unfortunately, motor spray and other liquids can still attack the label from the bottom side. I forget what they cost, but they should be less than $1 per sheet. You can then use a normal ink jet label and get a bunch on a single page keeping the cost down.