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Old 11-03-2008, 09:38 PM
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Default very tiny greddy update

got my new turbo tony downpipe in today,
painted it with heat paint that doubles as rust protection :thumbsup:

thanx to turbobluemiata for fast shipping across the usa


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just get that **** ceramic coated. The paint won't last more than a week.
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Originally Posted by hustler View Post
just get that **** ceramic coated. The paint won't last more than a week.
Unless of course, it's on Hustler's car, in which case it will last for decades since it will never see any temperatures over ambient .
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Originally Posted by KPLAFIN View Post
Unless of course, it's on Hustler's car, in which case it will last for decades since it will never see any temperatures over ambient .
the turbine housing is starting to decompose.
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Originally Posted by KPLAFIN View Post
Unless of course, it's on Hustler's car, in which case it will last for decades since it will never see any temperatures over ambient .
nice save
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Originally Posted by hustler View Post
just get that **** ceramic coated. The paint won't last more than a week.
i have my current dp painted with this ceramic paint, and its been black for about 2 months now

so you sir, can eat ****
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Originally Posted by urgaynknowit View Post
so you sir, can eat ****
This is his other hobby, as well as collecting gay WWII **** action figures.
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Hey! that's my old DP thanks for the oil plug I got that today, looks pretty good actually, and what's wrong with **** action figures
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Originally Posted by turbobluemiata View Post
Hey! that's my old DP thanks for the oil plug I got that today, looks pretty good actually, and what's wrong with **** action figures
no prob, i have tons of miata **** around the house, most stock stuff tho
i cleaned the plug before i sent it out
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HAHAHA I meant the DP looks good, not the oil plug but thanks for cleaning it!
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Originally Posted by turbobluemiata View Post
HAHAHA I meant the DP looks good, not the oil plug but thanks for cleaning it!
I was wondering what could make a drain plug look so damn good..
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gotta agree, the paint probably won't last. I don't think there is anything that you can apply out of a can that will stand up to the heat.
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my dp is never that hot really, its ******* like 11 degrees out side, whole exhaust line is usually warm to the touch. dp gets got, but im willing to bet, not as hot as some of the people that live down south, i duno, ive coated all my previous dp's with this stuff, and it hasnt come off yet
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What brand is it and is it rated for any temperature?
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What brand is it and is it rated for any temperature?
dont member the brand, i threw the can away after i was done, something with ceramic coating written on the side,
and its rated for 700*, at least so it says
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I used to record 780* on my dp, YMMV.
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