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Old 08-21-2006, 07:39 PM   #21
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here's what I found on Black Satin.
http://www.techlinecoatings.com/Exhaust.htm#Coverage
Says it works in 2000f temp. I've been told places like Replika uses it for their exhaust coating. I haven't heard of anyone first has used it though.
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anyone take into account what I said????

I was still running the greddy bolts on the turbo too when I sold it.

Maybe Mine was extra tough for some reason
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Old 08-21-2006, 08:17 PM   #23
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maybe thats what did it pitlab (the thicker cuts) however whatever the cause may be it has happened to quite a few people so...I ordered a replacement from etd so i'll be seeing how that puppy turns out. I'll keep yous guys updated
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Pop - What are you using for DIY ceramic coating?

I have access to a large kiln, and the DIY kinda guy....
I have an 8 oz tin of Turbo X from Tech Line. Same place as the Black Satin mentioned. Was advised from the shop I got it at to to pre bake the piece first at about 900 F for an hour or so, them aluminum oxide blasting, followed by an acetone wash. Only have about 30 minutes or so to spray on the finish, let it dry (water based), then into the oven for about 4 hours at 750 F.

The black Satin also needs to cure and baking is still a much better option.
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I have an 8 oz tin of Turbo X from Tech Line. Same place as the Black Satin mentioned. Was advised from the shop I got it at to to pre bake the piece first at about 900 F for an hour or so, them aluminum oxide blasting, followed by an acetone wash. Only have about 30 minutes or so to spray on the finish, let it dry (water based), then into the oven for about 4 hours at 750 F.

The black Satin also needs to cure and baking is still a much better option.

Cool...Thanks!!!
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