<VV> Turbo Modifications
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Fri Nov 26 22:52:32 EST 2010
Rodney, I'm overhauling my engine this winter and am coating parts
with a three stage primer, paint and clearcoat VHT silicone ceramic
coating process www.vhtpaint.com that is good for 1200-2000 degrees.
I'm a aviation mechanic, (now work for the FAA) but turbine blades are
ceramic coated so they can withstand higher temps in the back end of a
jet engine. So, it can prevent the heat from getting through in either
They even recommend coating the heads of pistons to minimize heat
transfer to the piston and engine.
I bought mine at amazon.com.
On Fri, Nov 26, 2010 at 6:04 PM, Rodney Sampson <rsampson at kc.rr.com> wrote:
> I was considering using a ceramic coating on my exhaust components
> to retain the heat.
> Has anyone else tried this ?
> re: http://ccperformance.com/index.php
> Rodney Sampson
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