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Old 03-06-2010, 11:13 AM   #1
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Default Powder Coated Intake Manifold $55 Shipped

Alright guys, trying to get rid of this manifold so Im selling it for crackhead prices. $55 Shipped. Chrome Powder Coated Intake Manifold. I believe off a 1.6L dont know if it works for the 1.8L as well.



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"Powdercoated" as in spray painted silver in the backyard?
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"Powdercoated" as in spray painted silver in the backyard?
+1 atleast dispose of the evidence.
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lol I think thats a front yard


+1 for grill/chair combo
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"Powdercoated" as in spray painted silver in the backyard?

No powdercoated as in using an electrical charge to spray a powder and baking it in the oven to make it flow. I took the pics outside when it was cooling down.


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Heres more "Spray painting in the backyard" you can even see it go from powder to hard plastic which is what powder coating is.

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Well, by calling you out, you just proved to us that you have mad powder coating skills that we were unaware of. Just trying to help
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...I hope the wifey doesn't know where her oven has been!
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Well, by calling you out, you just proved to us that you have mad powder coating skills that we were unaware of. Just trying to help

I aim to impress, even blow the mind away.
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I think it was the Honda in the background that gave your credibility the heaviest blow...but damn that's some nice work.
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Don't they say not to use a regular home oven for baking?
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You can use a regular home oven. Just can't use it for baking ever again.
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lol, I was going to make the first comment, but I thought it might be a DIY job. Looks good.
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you guys are brutal :P. John just like Alex said you can never use it to cook again, also never use a gas oven for powder coating as well.
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If it was a 1.8 manifold I would be buying it right now. Sorry, they aren't compatible. :(
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