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Old 03-07-2005, 10:29 AM   #1
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header focus svt ceramic coted

can i get my stock header ceramic coated , just want to remouve heat sheld to stop rateling and look good?
what price is gone by ?
any body did this befor ?
maby gain power?





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Old 03-07-2005, 10:38 AM   #2
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not going to gain power but to coat the header is cheap....just go to your local auto parts store, pick up high temp coating, then throw some cotes on the header and bake it....u may also wanna cut off the bolt bungs and sand it down...it would look much better then just coted. outcome is a nice looking header...if i had some pics of mine i would post....but never took pics
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sand fist right?
bake my self ?


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Old 03-07-2005, 12:06 PM   #4
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How long is it to do? How easy is it? I really wanna do this too mine!
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would I have a problem with the backing of the fans, and other plastic parts starting to warp due to excesive heat?
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Here's a couple good threads to check...
Jet-Hot Coating?
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would I have a problem with the backing of the fans, and other plastic parts starting to warp due to excesive heat?
Yes, you will.
Whatever you do, don't remove the heat shield, unless you plan on getting the header coated.
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superchargedSVT: nah, u wouldn't have any problems with plastic

yog: i would sand it down...its stainless but still gets serious surface rust...a die grinder will get rid of all the rust pretty quick. yes u can bake it yourself in an actual oven or drive for a prolonged period after install to cure the coating.

no_peg: if u camove and install an exhaust manifold then its no problem. either way with simple hand tools its possible to perform.
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thanks, really cool!
im gone try on piece of tubing or steel first ,just practice before my header.
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