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post #1 of 18 Old 08-08-2009, 11:20 PM Thread Starter
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powder coating an exhaust

is it possible ?
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Sure can, I ceramic coated my header and always get compliments on it and it does reduce the heat from it.
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Nash how much temperature difference are we talking about?
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Sure can, I ceramic coated my header and always get compliments on it and it does reduce the heat from it.

Random UTV rider: That header sure does look sexy.

Nash: Yeah it sure d....I mean thanks.



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On the trails, you can barely feel the heat coming off but on technical trails which you are going slow, you do feel the heat coming from it, mainly towards where it connects to the engine. For the cost, I'm very please with it
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i took the heat shield off and wow is it burning me i need to do somthing to keep the heat down with out using the heat shield
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Ceramic Coating!!
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Ceramic Coating!!

...or you could just put the heat shield back on...



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nash is right, i have a paint gun, and ceramic coating is 30 bucks for 16 oz so I will go that rout just not sure if the exhaust its self will handle the powder coating, seems to me the exhaust temp will be over 400 degrees the can gets pretty hot maybe ceramic coat the can too ?
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nash is right, i have a paint gun, and ceramic coating is 30 bucks for 16 oz so I will go that rout just not sure if the exhaust its self will handle the powder coating, seems to me the exhaust temp will be over 400 degrees the can gets pretty hot maybe ceramic coat the can too ?
I would only coat the header and not the exhaust. Like you stated; might create an overheat situation with the exhaust, header will be ok.
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