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Ceramic Header Coatings


Inka

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Hi everyone,

Does anyone have experience with ceramic coating headers? I searched and found one thread that was favorable, but I wanted to throw the question out again to see what kind of feedback I got.

For those that have used ceramic coatings, where you happy with it, did you have any problems with it, etc? Also, is anyone aware of an alternative to ceramic coatings?

Thanks,

Robert

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I used JetHot on my Alfa headers and have been really happy with it. It has held up for over a year now and still looks like the day I installed them. The car is not my daily driver though. Also have used a local powder coater that ceramic coats on another set - while they have held up, the shine went away slightly - still worth the cost savings. Check around for a powder coater in your area that might do it.

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