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  • starting4fun
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    Re: Ceramic Coating WORKS!

    New to the forum with a question what are using for the inside are you using the black satin for the insides?

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  • BottleFed70
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    Originally posted by UrineMachine
    Hehe single turbo inline 6 with a 50mm wastegate pipe.
    Ahhh... that mikes sense. That wastegate pipe is huge (looks bigger than 50mm) so I mistook it for a crossover.

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  • FiReBReTHa
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    Re: Ceramic Coating WORKS!

    curious,

    you cant sandblast the inside of the pipe because your limited in how far it will travel. you can def get the outside but limited on the inside. I heard guys will cap the side and then put in 1 0z or something and then swish it around pour into a cup and then go the the next tube, same procedure.


    Does this sound about right?

    I am also thinking about Doing ceramic coating for atleast me and my buddies bikes.

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  • UrineMachine
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    Re: Ceramic Coating WORKS!

    Originally posted by BottleFed70
    That turbo manifold has me confused.... Single turbo V10?
    Hehe single turbo inline 6 with a 50mm wastegate pipe.

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  • BottleFed70
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    Re: Ceramic Coating WORKS!

    Originally posted by UrineMachine
    Haha another BMW builder on Caswell?

    That turbo manifold has me confused.... Single turbo V10?

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  • UrineMachine
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    Originally posted by Zpider

    Haha another BMW builder on Caswell?

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  • corybarta
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    Yes we are talking about black satin ceramic coating. Thanks guys
    From what I understand this stuff works the same a cerakote chromex only black satin has a higher temp rating.

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  • Noob2PC
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    http://www.techlinecoatings.com/faq.html

    Will Answer all your Questions about the Product.

    Yes it is desinged to hold the heat inside the Pipe. I did my Heads, Exhaust Manifolds, Exhaust Pipes and Mufflers. The Under Deck lid temps are way down from even the old 4 CYL.

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  • Zpider
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    Originally posted by jtagger19
    you did it right
    it's not suposed to hold the heat that the whole purpuse of it
    lowering the temp by disipating the heat
    Are we still talking about Satin Black?
    The purpose with it is just to keep the heat in the pipe, not letting it out in the enginecompartment, thus getting higher gas speed and lowering the temp around the pipe. TLTD on the other hand works the way you describe...

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  • jtagger19
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    you did it right
    it's not suposed to hold the heat that the whole purpuse of it
    lowering the temp by disipating the heat

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  • Zpider
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    As i said, ive been using it long enough to know it really works. Use any siliconespray you can get, here in Sweden we dont have the same brands as you guys...

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  • corybarta
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    my typing is not very good the word this should be the word thin. oops

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  • corybarta
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    did I do it right, I applied the black satin coating on my smowmobile pipes this weekend. I blasted the pipes using garnet as a blasting media. I then hung the parts and used my hvlp gun a put on a very this coat. I then baked the pipes at 450 degrees for 1 hour, this is all the hotter my oven gets. I took them out and let them cool down and everyting looks great. Does this stuff really work, it seems like a this coat of paint would not hold heat in. any vote of confidence would be nice this stuff is expensive. thanks

    by the way what did you use as a silicone spray.

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  • Zpider
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    Originally posted by jtagger19
    hmmm , satin black doesn't come out like that , that header has clear or some type of oil over it.
    True, and a tip to you who use Satin Black then, spray it with a siliconespray after curing, stains of water and oil dont stick as much after the silicone get burned in. So what you see on the pic is plain satin black, with a layer of silicone...

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  • jtagger19
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    hmmm , satin black doesn't come out like that , that header has clear or some type of oil over it.

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