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Posted by 92_talonGsXt, Apr 10, 2009
Appearance/Interior/Exterior - All interior and exterior tech discussions; body and paint, conversions, lighting, washing, waxing, etc.
blasted, rather than only a light sand blast. Coating will hang on better.
What did you "prime" this with?
Did you clean all of your surfaces properly and apply more then just on coat? I did 3 coats on mine and 1500 miles later it's still looking good and keeping temps down.
Just don't touch it, it likes finger prints... as you can tell .
did you let it bake the full 30mins on the 3 different heat levels?
However, I am doing my homemade O2 housing with it this weekend and plan on sandblasting and doing a few coats so I am sure it will turn out better.
Especially ATV pipes. If prepped properly as directed, it holds rather nice. Even when going from red hot to ice cold in seconds. As in being dunked in a mudhole or creek.
Last coating got it Really thick and then wrapped in header tape. Even sprayed the tape with high temp silicone paint, the stuff works GREAT! for reducing temps. Im no longer scared of burning my leg off from a uncoverd exhaust pipe.
Have you used it on your dsm for anything?? how did it workk for you on your dsm if you have used it?
Page 9 and 10..I couldn't find the ones of mine installed..
Contrary to popular beleif, header wrap just traps the heat in the manifold, and eventually might cause cracking, due to the heat retention of the wrap..Ceramic has the opposite effect..And makes you able to almost touch what was coated..